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Easy Methods to Make Running a blog Easier

Make an effort to make sure your entire content is fascinating in your visitors; compose what you think they would be thinking about experiencing. Should you use up all your tips, check your opposition away, observe what’s becoming published there. A blog doesn’t have to be thus formal, a lot more an extension individuals or perhaps your companies individuality. Invite …

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5 Easy Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Blog

5 Easy Ways to Get More Traffic to Your Blog   Your blog is your baby. You nurture it, tell it stories, and say goodnight to it every now and then. Like your real child, you want what’s best for your blog and you’re willing to do just about anything for it. Sure, it’d be nice for your blog to …

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Red Alert: Paid posts can dent your Blog’s SEO

In the recent years guest posting emerged as the most effective technique for search engine optimization. Through the proper guest posting many bloggers have secured top ranking in Google search engine and achieved high Page ranks such as PR 4 & PR 5 for their novice blogs. However if the same guest posting is used in a manner deviating Google’s …

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Google+ app for iPad available now in the App Store

In May, we redesigned the Google+ experience for iPhone, adding full bleed photos that fall into place and bold visual elements that bring your stream to life. Today, we’re introducing new features for iPhone and an iPad app that you won’t be able to put down. A hands-on iPad experience The Google+ app for iPad was designed with the device …

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Vietnam arrests well-known blogger for criticising the Government

Vietnam arrests well-known blogger One of the better known bloggers in Vietnam has been arrested for posting criticism of the communist government, the latest case in an intensified crackdown against dissent in the one-party, authoritarian state. Police arrested Pham Viet Dao, 61, at his home in Hanoi on Thursday for the offense of “abusing democratic freedoms,” the Ministry of Public …

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