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Blogging for Dummies – a Review

As blogging grows more and more popular, whether for business, keeping connected with friends and family, or simply for fun, it’s a good idea to keep up with what’s current in the blogging world.  Also, if you’re just beginning, it’s helpful to have some guidelines. Blogging All-In-One for Dummies, by Susan Gunelius, is an excellent [...]

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Free Tax Software for Procrastinators

I’ll admit, I’m one of those who hasn’t even started my taxes yet!  I’ll be calling today to schedule my appointment. I wish I were confident enough to prepare my own taxes, but the deeper I get into blogging professionally, the less confident I become in the thought of preparing my own taxes. However, for [...]

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Entrepreneurs making substantial livings by blogging

In just a little over a year John Chow of Richmond, British Columbia has turned blogging into a profit many of us dream of. While I may not agree with some of this tactics and wouldn’t resort to some of them myself, I have to hand it to him, he has arrived with blogging. According [...]

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Notice anything different around here?

Have you noticed how much quicker the content loads here on MomGadget versus how slowly it loaded even a week ago? My awesome blogging bud Mike found the fix and he’s sharing the secret on NerdZapper. Check it out!

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Money doesn’t grow on blog trees

Money doesn’t grow on blog trees. Money comes from the fruit those blog trees produce. Instead of me telling you where the money is to be found on the internet (which I have done before, but only a few heard what I was saying), I’m going to propose a bit of a project to get [...]

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A Group Writing Project with a Parenting Theme

A Group Writing Project Contest hosted by BabyLune is open now and closes at 11:59 PM on Thursday, 14 June, 2007. The theme: You’re invited to tell all about a parenting mistake you’ve made, what you’ve learned from it and how you’re trying to make sure it will never happen again. And — There’s a [...]

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The Benefit of Comment Spam

While having my morning coffee and browsing through some of my favorite message boards, I stumbled on a tip that just blew me away. Rather then getting frustrated with all the comment spam you receive, let’s think about how we can use it to our benefit. Yes, there really is a way! Obviously those spammers [...]

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Today is Stop Cyberbullying Day

Out of respect for the efforts of bloggers everywhere who are taking a united front to combat Cyberbullying – I am going to be taking the rest of the day off from my own blogging efforts. I’d written earlier this week about what happened to Kathy Sierra and though I’ve never been involved in cyberbully [...]

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Writing Thoughts Interview with MomGadget

For a person who has a hard time talking about herself, I’ve sure been busy this week with interviews and meme’s that have forced me to tap into that side I visit so rarely. I’d like to thank my blogging buddy Laura for inviting me, MomGadget, to be a part of her WAHM Week on [...]

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I’m Green with Envy

Wendy Piersall is in San Francisco rubbing elbows with some of the finest in blogging. Wendy was selected as the winner of one ticket to attend Elite Retreat. She’s already shared a fountain of information from her notes while she is away. I can hardly wait until she returns when she can really get down [...]

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