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Goodbye All My Children

Goodbye All My Children

| September 20, 2011 | 0 Comments

In 1970 an enterprising writer created a socially conscious daytime TV drama called All My Children. This show went on to be the number one ranked daytime show from the late 1970’s up till the early 1990’s. All My Children wasn’t like any other soap opera, it tackled many controversial issues and raised awareness. The […]

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How To Delete Multiple Posts In WordPress

| September 17, 2011 | 0 Comments

A quick way to delete multiple posts in WordPress. Just use the bulk delete and change the screen option number of posts from 20 to 999.

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Major Writing Errors How To Avoid Sentence Fragments

| December 30, 2009 | 6 Comments

To avoid run on sentences and comma splices it is possible to end up with sentence fragments in our writing. Fragments are incomplete sentences. Usually, fragments are pieces of sentences that have become disconnected from the main clause. A main clause must contain a subject and a verb as well as express a complete thought. […]

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Quick Tools For Brushing Up On Grammar

| December 28, 2009 | 1 Comments

Most native English speakers don’t put a lot of thought into grammar, not even when writing. We just form sentences that we think sound correct.  This automatic use of grammar makes our writing simple and fast. We only have to focus on the ideas we are trying to convey and not worry about word usage […]

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Using An Outline To Make Writing Easier

| November 28, 2009 | 1 Comments

If you are used to writing you can usually formulate an idea in your head and then write about the topic. Usually all that is needed is a quick Google search and some main points either in your head or jotted down on a notebook.  I usually organize the structure for my articles as I […]

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How To Write A Niche Article

| October 2, 2009 | 5 Comments

Most experienced  Internet Marketers know how important having content for your sites and link building efforts is. It’s like a never ending treadmill of research keywords, create sites, write articles for the site, and then once that is out of the way. Write tons of other articles for your link building efforts. The most time […]

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Than Or Then

| August 26, 2009

It seems like I am using the word than frequently in my writing. In fact, I have been using the word so much that I began to wonder if I was using it correctly. So here is a simple grammar brush up. This post is mostly for myself, but there may be a few of […]

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Blog Blazers

Blog Blazers

| May 29, 2009 | 8 Comments

This is free book review #6 and probably the last of my free reviews. Being a blogger myself I really enjoyed Blog Blazers by Stephane Grenier. Stephane has a blog called Follow Steph and is the owner and creator of Landlord Max which apparently is the easiest property management software available. I am actually a […]

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The Power Of Less

| January 22, 2009 | 10 Comments

I just finished reading the Power of Less by Leo Babauta, who is also the creator of the Zen Habits blog. The idea is to maximize productivity while simplifying your life. This is based on the following six principles: Set limitations. Choose the essential. Simplify. Focus. Create habits. Start small. By setting limitations, we must […]

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Words To Know Version 4

| January 5, 2009 | 0 Comments

Version 4 vexillology \vek-sil-AHL-uh-jee\, noun: The study of flags. acumen \uh-KYOO-muhn; AK-yuh-muhn\, noun: Quickness of perception or discernment; shrewdness shown by keen insight. scion \SY-uhn\, noun: 1. A detached shoot or twig of a plant used for grafting. 2. Hence, a descendant; an heir. desultory \DES-uhl-tor-ee\, adjective: 1. Jumping or passing from one thing or […]

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