Jon Morrow explains how we need to use different skill sets, which he calls "hats," when we write a blog post. We start with the architect, with an outline and move through different hats, ending with the artisan, who perfects the words to the best possible artistic effect. Want to improve your writing skills? These 6 Writing Hats will totally transform the way you think about your craft.
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Every small business needs an Internet presence these days as more and more potential customers reach, not for Yellow Pages but their lap tops. Services like Google Local Businesses are becoming the first port of call for many wanting to know where to get...
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The rollout of the Google Panda 4.0 has been long speculated and awaited. Post the last Panda update on 15th March 2013, Google had confirmed that they weren’t quite working on any updates and that there was nothing to look out for in this regard. But then, it happened.
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We all know that social media is all about sharing. Some people have a preference for Facebook, others Twitter and the older demographic leans towards email and in the mix are other social media channels such as Linkedin. How much is sharing worth? We all know it is worth something but what? Eventbrite has just [...]
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