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Staying married after customers say “I do”

You combed your hair and shined your shoes, you took them to the big dance and gave them a ring. They said yes and the wedding was amazing. They loved those thoughtful things you did for them and told all their friends…
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Popdust shares the WordPress love

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Tips For Successful Blogging

Too many writers are always in search of inspiration. They think that for them to write, something needs to happen to them worth writing about. They get moody, they walk around aimlessly and they try something new in hopes they'll find material.…
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March Madness guide to getting things done

Most people will tell you they'd like to do more. They'd like to be more productive, write more often and earn more money. Tons of people will say that working smarter, working longer and working harder is the key for all of…
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#SXSW The Good and the Awesome

Editor's Note: This post is from our archives, and not all content is still relevant. For a fresh look at our company & tech, we recommend these sections: Our Managed WordPress Hosting Service Articles on WordPress for Business Industry-specific Hosting Solutions Our…
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Fear and the writer

Many people assume that a blank page is a writer's worst nightmare. They think, regardless if the writer is a novice or expert, that starting is the single most difficult thing any writer faces. They are wrong. Starting is definitely tough, but…
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Connecting with your audience

Many popular writers aren't highly skilled in "proper" writing techniques. They often break rules, take shortcuts and employ tricks to get their points across. In fact, I bet if you gave a grammar test to most writers, they would fail. So, if…
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Five steps to a better bio

Nobody ever remembers the details. Think of the last time you met more than a couple of people, say at a networking event, large dinner or other such occasion where meeting people and introducing yourself was an integral part of the event.…
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How to be a storyteller

"The stories we tell literally make our world." Michael Margolis in his Believe Me Story Manifesto. Ask anyone about their lives and they'll always be able to relate to a character in a well-known story. From Chandler in Friends to Donal Logue…
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