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    WordPress.com Vs. WordPress.org : Which Blog Platform To Use?

    July 28, 2013
    What is wordpress

    When ever we think of starting a blog, we are bombarded with many options. Some of the options like Blogger, WordPress, Tumblr are very popular and few of them like Ghost is work under process. Selecting which blog platform to use depends upon your requirement. If you are blogging for fun, and more like a personal journal you can use BlogSpot, WordPress.com or Tumblr as they are free, and quite easy to manage. When you ...

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    Top 15 Free Blogging Tools Every Pro Blogger Must Have

    July 26, 2013
    SEOQUAKE free tool

    Who doesn’t like free stuff? In my opinion, unless you’re giving away used socks, chances are I’ll take it. Recently I found myself in quite the conundrum. I had maxed-out my hard drive with free blogging tools, and was standing at a computer-crossroads. With so many free tools available to bloggers, who is to say what’s worth the go, and what’s not. So there I was, mouse in hand, an endless supply of free blogging ...

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    PostPlanner Review : Perfect Marketing Tool for Facebook

    July 15, 2013
    Post Planner Facebook App

    Facebook has always been one of the top free tool for internet marketers and brand managers to drive traffic, and to create brand awareness. From a blogger POV, it’s one of the easiest way to connect & engage with your readers. For ShoutMeLoud, I use Facebook as major social media channel to connect with other Shouters, and to help me with this, I use various Facebook tools and apps. Earlier I reviewed PostRocket app, which ...

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    5 Online Proofreading Tools for Error-Free Writing

    June 20, 2013
    SlickWrite

    If you are a blogger or a freelance writer, I am sure you must be aware that how important quality of content is to attract readers. Many of us spend maximum time on deciding topic according to targeted audience, creating drafts, rewriting final article but we hardly give much time to proofread. Proofreading is a vital part of any article, it helps you to improve the quality of an article. Learn : How to better proofread an article ...

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    How to Schedule Status Updates on Google Plus page

    June 19, 2013
    import Google plus page

    Earlier we learned about how Social media sharing impacts SEO, and now we all know a strong social media presence is very important for any blog for more traffic and better search engine ranking. Of all the social networking sites, Google plus dominates search engine ranking the most. Now, for a bloggers it’s really hard to keep updating all social networking every day, as it takes lots of time, and with rising number of social networking ...

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    How to Get Your Website Traffic Report in Infographic Format for Free

    March 30, 2013
    Visually options

    By far Google Analytics is one of the best solution to track your website stats. And If you don’t know about GA I suggest you to read, What is GA : Free WebSite Stats Program Google analytics makes it very easy to track every single element of your traffic. You simply have to connect your website with GA and you are all set, GA will start monitoring every single visitor. You can even use GA for ...

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    Many Useful Android Applications For Bloggers To Blog From Mobile

    March 30, 2013
    Blogging with android

    Number of smart phone users are rising every day, and gone are those days when mobile were used only for phone calls, and SMS. These days, we can do most of our online work from our mobile and with bigger screen tablets and stand alone apps, our work is getting easier day by day. We have covered many articles in the post which talked about best apps for your mobile phones, and this is another ...

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    5 Benefits of Using Facebook Comments for your Blog

    March 29, 2013
    Facebook commenting system

    Blogging evolved as a platform for people to express what they have to say. And as any conversation goes, blogging is almost always two-sided. Most of the popular blogs have comments enabled, and they use various platforms to deal with managing them. Even Seth Godin, the master marketer who does not allow comments on his popular blog, says comments are terrific. Comments often help blogs build a community. So when you are considering what to do ...

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