15 Blogging Tips For Beginners

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Blogging isn’t hard, and once you get the hang of it it can certainly be a treat, but when you first create a blog it can be a little challenging to consistently publish new posts. You may be all excited about your blog, but if you don’t channel that energy into creating posts and interacting with the community, the excitement may soon fade and your blog may end up like one of those abandoned construction projects, a house beautifully envisioned but which, due to the mismanagement of resources, has been abandoned to the whims of the weather.

Don’t get me wrong – WordPress.com offers us one of the easiest ways to create a blog. But after that, after your blog has a name and a theme and the Hello World page greets your eyes, it’s up to you to choose topics, create posts, and find your pace.

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The Second Kindle Keyboard

It's  surprisingly cool and cloudy, a welcome respite for everyone especially from the weekly hot inferno sunny summer days we have been experiencing.  I like to thank everyone who enjoyed reading my first article about my Amazon Kindle Keyboard. I used other ebook readers such as the Nook from Barnes and Noble and a local ebook…Read more The Second Kindle Keyboard

Freelance&Work@Home 101

Travails and Ventures of a Freelancer/Work@home I was checking on  my notes and personal assignment for the week. The hours passed as I  was working on  a design for graphic arts. At the same time, I was writing  my itinerary and brain  storming on some topics using Trello. Everything seemed fine, until a message showed…Read more Freelance&Work@Home 101

Nice Read about Skills!

The 10,000 hour rule is a theory that states that it takes 10,000 hours to master a skill. According to aficionados of this rule the common factor of the amount of time we practice in a particular skill within any area of study which is about 90 minutes per day for 20 years of practice. […]…Read more Nice Read about Skills!

The Best WordPress Contact Form Plugin

I like this, thanks for the heads up! Have a good week ahead of you my friend.

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If you own a personal blog or website, you know how important it is to have a contact form on your site. I use contact forms on my site so that people can drop me a line in case they want to say hi, form a partnership with me, or to hire me to set up and design their websites. There are so many WordPress form builder plugins available out there but not all of them can come close to what WPForms offers in their plugin. Moreover, WPForms comes from the same stable as OptinMonster, MonsterInsights, and SeedProd.

Let’s see if WPForms is really the best form builder plugin for WordPress in this short yet detailed WPForms review.

WPForms Review: Why choose WPForms?

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There are thousands of contact form plugins available in the WordPress.org plugin repository and in various other marketplaces, but WPForms is the most beginner friendly…

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Fleeting Moment

Fleeting Moment It is 4:30 in the afternoon, besides tiny squeaky chirps of sounds from sparrows coming from our house rear windows. I heard a large booming "Vhong" sounding out from a decade old clock. It is an ancient decade old grandfather clock- coming from the family room. Reminding me of my itinerary for the…Read more Fleeting Moment

Attention: Small Medium Enterprise Check out…

iSEARCHko iSEARCHko was conceived to address specific pain points of startup enterprises, growth pain points for existing SME's and survival pain points for Small-Medium Enterprise in our country. Providing FREE internet AD POSTING thru our classified ad website in order to equip and enhance their capacity to do business in this fast paced world. Providing…Read more Attention: Small Medium Enterprise Check out…

What About Your “About” Page?

Glad to be acquainted with your blog. I love what you wrote.The essence of “About” Page.

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Few things in this world are more disappointing that a blog without an About page. Many times have I been lured by links, comments, or avatars to interesting posts on interesting blogs, where I clicking on About, only to find my curiosity dashed to pieces by “This is an example page” or some other default message.

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