May 2010

Update: I have been bizzzzzzy! In a couple of days I’ll update you guys on the blogs I’ve been working on for clients. It’s been keeping me pretty tied up. PLUS, I just launched a brand new side business called Tucson For Sale By Owner, which I’m very excited about as it allows me to […]

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This question was submitted by Irene Saiger of Bamitbach: Sharing Food and Memories with Friends and Family While reading this, some things you might think about are: Is your existing theme helping you out at all? Is your sidebar wide enough to fit widgets that you need or want? Have you recently changed your theme […]

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This post is the 5th in the [intlink id=”2458″ type=”page” target=”_blank”]Common Sense Blogging[/intlink]┬áseries. Last time I checked, “stale” was not a positive attribute. Stale cereal, stale bread, stale popcorn, stale wine – yuck. No one wants to consume those things, and they end up in the garbage disposal or becoming food for the ducks (well, […]

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StumbleUpon has carved out a growing niche of devotees and casual users large enough to draw attention from marketers both big and small. These 10 tips will give you a competitive edge in getting your message out to StumbleUpon users.

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This question was submitted by Kristin Glasbergen of Peace, Love & Muesli.

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This question was submitted by Jennifer Brown Banks, of Pen and Prosper.

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Question submitted by Monica Dennis of Village Works, Piece by Piece

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The Problem: Your blog is not converting visitors into clients or customers People are coming (maybe in small numbers), clicking around, maybe even staying awhile, etc. They’re signing up for your free newsletter – maybe – or subscribing to your RSS feed. But they’re not contacting you or hiring you. Somewhere along the path, people […]

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