This post is by Alden Tan.I’ve been blogging for about a year and a half now and it actually took me that long to come this far. I’ve done over 50 guest posts, (If ur a writing/blogging noob, remember these 4 “New Writer” Traps and How...
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Solid advice in here. Alden definitely hit the nail on the head with the "Writing too Much then too Little" syndrome, among others.
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