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Top 10 Blogs for Authors

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Serious writers, who have experienced some level of success, when probed, will reveal that they have done their homework.

 

They continuously read various magazines and blogs for authors, not just to help them improve their writing, but to ensure that they stay on top of the latest developments and opportunities.

 

Many of the opportunities that I’ve snagged were discovered only as a result of reading and interacting with others on various blogs. These are opportunities I never would’ve found, otherwise...


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how to use google alerts - 10 Ways to Use Google Alerts for Business and Social Media (Plus Tips for Improving Search Results)

how to use google alerts - 10 Ways to Use Google Alerts for Business and Social Media (Plus Tips for Improving Search Results) | brave new world | Scoop.it
Keep track of your business, personal name, industry news and more. Here's how...

 

One of the most useful services released by Google in recent years is its powerful Google Alerts (http://Google.com/alerts). This free tool allows you to receive e-mail notifications when keywords and phrases that you specify appear on websites, blogs, online news channels and more.


Here are 10 ways to leverage Google Alerts for your business...


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Natural Evolution of a Web Community (& how to beat it)

Natural Evolution of a Web Community (& how to beat it) | brave new world | Scoop.it
The typical evolution of a Web community looks and sounds a little something like this:

 

Stage 1: I love dogs! OMG, do I love dogs! If only there was a Web community to connect with others who love dogs.

Stage 2: Must. Get. Word out about my new dog community. Must host many constructive/ intelligent conversations, unlike those OTHER sites about dogs where users just howl and whine. We will be different. TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Send everyone!
Stage 3: Dude, people are joining! Operation: Let’s Talk About Dogs is becoming a success! I am so smart! Floodgates open!
Stage 4: People really are talking about dogs! They love dogs! They love my site! Community rules!
Stage 5: People are talking about EVERYTHING, not just dogs! YEY! Harmony! Bliss! UNICORN FAIRY!...

 

Don’t let the Internet win...


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