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Wednesday Writer Roundup: Personal Finance, Travel, Science, and Health & Wellness writers


This has made me a sought after writer on mental health, publishing in outlets such as Thrive Global, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and Modern Healthcare, with blogs on Psychology Today, Medium and blogspot.

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Slow and steady content-creation wins the Google Search race


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9 things you can do today to improve your Google search results


And, don’t start your blog in or on or on Blogger/Blogspot, but on your own domain. Not for me, not for fame, not to pursue your writer’s life, and not to scratch your mentor’s it, but for Google. To Google Be the Glory Forever and Ever, Amen. This should get you through today.

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Why Twitter Needs to Change to Keep Up with Social Media Marketing


An ad on Facebook or an affiliate link on Blogspot will pay off immediately. They look at Twitter, and all too often, they see nothing but an expense. True, it’s possible to make a Twitter following really pay off, but only in the long term. The Lack of Multimedia. Multimedia isn’t the point of Twitter.

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Conductor New Feature Roundup | C3 2020


Content isn’t always a website, or a blogspot, or an ecommerce page. Reach out to the Conductor Team to get started. Unlock Your Holistic Online Visibility with Digital Presence. Track any Web Property Across Social, Owned Content, and Earned Media. It can be YouTube videos, social posts, press coverage, and so much more.

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Report: Blogs Are An Important Part Of The Marketing Mix

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Additionally, the majority of bloggers are using a free third-party blogging platform, with WordPress, Blogger and Blogspot as the main platform for roughly three-quarters of all respondents.

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Philadelphia Wants $300 Business License From Bloggers Who Make No Money


Another blogger, Sean Barry, writes about music on his blog Circle of Fits , hosted on Blogspot. She got a letter from the city demanding she pay $300 for a license plus taxes on her profits. He earned $11 in profit over two years and also received a letter.

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