10 Questions Every Blogger Should Ask Themselves


Great pointers from blog-guru Christian Mihai. Thanks, Christian!

The Art of Blogging

The truth about writing is that it’s 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration; a good writer starts with a quick burst of creativity and spends the rest of their time refining and editing those initial ideas.

This ratio of creating vs. editing time helps clarify your ideas so your audience understands your point of view.

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How to download and install beautiful fonts in seconds! #Fonts #MarketingTips


Natalie Ducey ~ Poetry and Graphic Design

Greetings, everyone! ♥

Today I’d love to share a quick video tutorial on how to download and install beautiful fonts in seconds!

We live in a visual world. Many followers of my blog are writers, authors, and/or bloggers, AND readers. We share and market our work, and the work of others, through visuals. What grabs our attention? For me it’s pictures, but a big source of inspiration comes from the typography.

We can create beautiful marketing graphics using unique fonts. Our words convey a message and, hopefully, a story; but first we must gain a reader’s attention. Any font will convey a message, but the right font will tell a story. Your story. ♥

Typography is also a huge part of branding. It’s huge and often gets overlooked, but it’s an essential piece of what we do. It’s important to choose a style that’s right for you and your work…

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My experience of blogging over the last three months on WordPress – The good and the ethically questionable. By Louis


This is going to be a review of my experience of blogging and the word press platform, and how I have gone from 0-750+ followers in three months. I will pre-warn you that not everything I talk about is going to be in the realm of good ethical behaviour. Things I have learned: Tags are important […]

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Are You Sabotaging Your Blog? — The Art of Blogging


Correct me if I’m wrong: you know you should write a blog post. After all, it’s been a while since you last hit that publish button. Yet, somehow, without you realizing it, you spend hours on Twitter and Facebook “working,” only to wonder later what happened… You comment on other blogs, telling yourself you’re “networking,” never […]

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Amazon Releases Amazon Advertising


Thanks, Nicholas. I’ll reblog for the GeezWriter community.

Nicholas C. Rossis

As you may remember, I’ve been experiencing computer trouble for the past week, so I’ve been using Electra’s computer. The first time I tried to log in, I was stunned to see a new login screen asking me to specify what kind of Advertising I was interested in:

Amazon Advertising | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's book

This was the first I realized Amazon has retired three of its ad services and products as well. The move looks like a response to Google’s move earlier this year which saw the search engine giant dropping many of its advertising brands. Despite becoming America’s second $1 trillion company, Amazon’s marketing and advertising division still lag behind its two direct competitors: Google and Facebook Ads.

The All-new Amazon Advertising Department

In an announcement made last week, as reported by The Passive Guy, Amazon SVP Paul Kotas introduced the all-new Amazon Advertising department. Amazon will be retiring three of the company’s most popular marketing platforms: Amazon Media Group (AMG), Amazon Marketing Services (AMS), and Amazon…

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