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11 Online Grammar Checker Tools For Error Free Writing

11 Online Grammar Checker Tools For Error Free Writing | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
COMMUNICATION is knowledge and you should MASTER it! Nowadays, most of them struck up at writing skills and others would have English as their second language. For those falls on these categories. ...
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12 PHP Benefits You Must Know Before You Begin in PHP

12 PHP Benefits You Must Know Before You Begin in PHP | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
PHP web application or website can run across all major operating systems available out there, and thus it is called as cross-platform language.
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3 Myths About Nonprofit Blogging Debunked

3 Myths About Nonprofit Blogging Debunked | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
There are a lot of barriers in the way of nonprofits who want to get into blogging, especially when it comes to technology.

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Google's Matt Cutts on How to Avoid the Guest Blogging Spam Trap

Google's Matt Cutts on How to Avoid the Guest Blogging Spam Trap | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it

Matt Cutts says be careful that the sites you guest blog on are of high quality and definitely avoid any guest blogging sites that appear low quality and spammy. Don't:

-  Make it your only way gathering links.

-  Send out thousands of blast emails offering to guest blog.

-  Guest blog with the same article on two different blogs.

-  Take one article and spin it lots of times.


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Four great blogging tips from Google's Matt Cutts.

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Bloggers And iPhones

Bloggers And iPhones | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
If you are a blog freak and looking for easy ways to blog on your iPhone, let me tell you that there are a number of applications introduced for this purpose which gives the ability to type and edit a long post, embed videos or add pictures and...
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Best AdSense Plugins For Your WordPress Blog

Best AdSense Plugins For Your WordPress Blog | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
Best adsense plugins for your wordpress blog to make money with adsense program.These are best adsense plugins available on wordpress directory.
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Celebrity Trainer

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"That feeling of your muscles shaking during your workout; you're about 15-20 minutes into the hour and you have that 'uneasy-might-just hurl' feeling in your stomach.  You dont quite know what you need to do to get relief from the, less than peachy glow you have at that moment, but stopping would probably be the smartest survival option. Yet, deep down you also know that stopping will be the WORST thing for you in terms of getting anywhere past this awful feeling, every frickin' time you set foot on the gym floor.  Its like somewhere inside you is a rotary blade whirring at a constant crazy speed, the shock force of each rotation vibrating through your body making you feel disoriented, unstable and jittery. No matter how much you will yourself to stop 'whirring' you just cant. You feel weak and heavy, oh yes...and SICK!! Who said this was a good idea, who said this was...HEALTHY?!! Sound close to familiar? We have all been there, oh and it was your trainer that said this was healthy..remember?!..lol...okay, so jokes aside, it is an awful spot to be in. Starting out or amping up a program. Yep, it pretty much SUX for everyone at some point. Some longer than others. I have found that the incredibly strong willed suffer longer in the CNS SUX-FEST because they mentally resist the pain harder; that’s not science, that’s just observation and opinion formulated over 16 years of coaching. 
CNS-SUX-fest? Yes, 'Central Nervous System (CNS) SUX-FEST'. Any training at intensity, be it endurance, strength or combinations of both will see the nervous system taxed. That shaky, pukey, 'rotary blade-whirring-in-the-depths-of-your-chest-cavity'  feeling - that is your CNS in overdrive. Its also exactly the point of why you are doing this. What is the Nervous System? The nervous system is divided into the central nervous system (CNS) that includes the brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nervous system (PNS) comprising cranial nerves and spinal nerves. The brain comprises of two regions:Cerebellum - coordinates muscles to allow precise movementsDiencephalon - contains two structures:Thalamus - acts as a relay station for incoming sensory nerve impulses, sending them on to the relevant areas of the brain for processingHypothalamus - keeps conditions inside your body constant e.g. regulating your body temperatureResearch indicates that prolonged sports involvement influences the way the CNS 'controls' muscular recruitment and patterning. Researchers from Finland (Eloranta 2003)[2] investigated the influence of sports background on leg muscle coordination during concentric and drop vertical jumps. They went on to conclude that, "Prolonged training in a specific sport will cause the central nervous system to program muscle coordination according to the demands of that sport".So basically, the CNS is the bridge between information coming to the brain and the action your thoughts produce. 'Threat approaching (seen and heard), turn and run like a MOFO, CNS fires muscles and you sprint like a crazy person in the opposite direction.Whats interesting is that researchers ( Sports scientist Tim Noakes at the University of Cape Town) discovered that 'fatigue' during intensive physical activity could be entirely down to the brain regulating physical actively based on signals from the CNS rather than the muscles themselves. So 'fatigue' may well be entirely emotional rather than physical. Indeed, I know from my own training and that of others, you have physically about 20% more than you think you do when you get to 'fatigue'.  “Hence the novel suggestion is that the conventional understanding of fatigue is flawed because it makes no distinction between the sensation itself and the physical expression of that sensation which, we suggest, is the alteration in the subconsciously regulated pacing strategy consequent on changing motor unit recruitment/derecruitment by the CNS.”
When you become fatigued during exercise, your perceived difficulty increases. Signals from the body create a neurological response that corresponds with feelings of fatigue. Ursin and Eriksen suggest that stress is, in part, due to self-sustaining loops between our thoughts and physical stress systems, feedback loops which can be observed in conditions of chronic fatigue and muscle pain. Patients become used to exhaustion or being in pain all the time, and thus their thoughts become focused on exhaustion and pain. This preoccupation actually sensitises the neural pathways generating the fatigue effect, so much that focusing on the stress makes the stress worse. Again, neurological functions are correlated with thoughts and feelings.  READ MORE?...sign up to the newsletter and have the rest of the article sent to your inbox ..."

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10 Maxims of Successful Blogging: Infographic Edition

10 Maxims of Successful Blogging: Infographic Edition | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
My post on the 10 Maxims of Successful Blogging has become one of the most popular on the {grow} blog and really summarizes the advice I give bloggers the most often.

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6 Practical Uses of Blogging

6 Practical Uses of Blogging | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
One of the emerging innovations in technology is blogging. The emergence of blogging started when political figures and candidates use it to express their opinions on different social issues. The blog became a news source.

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Best Creative Ways To Connect With Your Customers On Facebook

Being clever does not take creativity, and being creative does not mean you have to be clever. You can connect with your customers in a number of fancy ways on Facebook, but the most effective methods are not often the most clever or creative.
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Unfurl The Knot of Your Creative Block

Unfurl The Knot of Your Creative Block | Blogging Tips | Scoop.it
How often have you wished to put the world on fire, throw all the books in your room out of the window, scream till your lungs explode, smash your monitor screen and crumble your keyboard like a pi...
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