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Build a Community: Ten Lessons From Four Months of Blogging (Part XI)

In my first few months of blogging, over 50% of my traffic came from search engines. That said, I suspect that my other sources of traffic will increase over time. A little over 30% of my traffic was from what I … Continue reading

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Generate Unique and Interesting Content: Ten Lessons From Four Months of Blogging (Part X)

My previous nine posts focused primarily on how to drive traffic to your site. Once you have been blogging for several months and have built up a small following, the next step is to keep your readers coming back for … Continue reading

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Use Multiple Media to Engage Your Audience: Ten Lessons From Four Months of Blogging (Part IX)

Sometimes viewing nothing but text can get boring. Consequently, you should consider mixing it with other forms of media. The last thing you want is a boring and static blog that readers avoid like cancer.

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Posts Follow Pareto, Not Gaussian, Distribution: Ten Lessons From Four Months of Blogging (Part VIII)

Another important blogging insight is that a very small percentage of your posts will generate a disproportionate number of your page views. In other words, the number of page views per post exhibits the characteristics of a power law (sometimes called … Continue reading

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Leverage Your Personal and Professional Networks: Ten Lessons From Four Months of Blogging (Part VII)

Another way to generate traffic for your blog (and uncover unanticipated opportunities) is to leverage your personal and professional networks. Spread the Word Throughout Your Network Using Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter, as I have discussed in a prior blog, can be instrumental … Continue reading

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Thurston and Talbot Welcome Guest Collaborator Qaddafi

Thurston and Talbot scheme with everyone’s favorite Mad Dog of the Middle East.

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The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

I decided to break from tradition and to publish something a little less serious. I put together this little video using a program called xtranormal. It is satire on what many left bloggers write and think about conservatives. Huffington Post … Continue reading

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