• 5 Ways to Jump Start Your Neglected Blog

    Neglected blog

    Have you been neglecting your blog? We are busy people in a busy world and sometimes your blog takes a back seat. Maybe you had too many other priorities, or maybe you just couldn’t face writing one more thing! Blogs are beautiful because they keep the momentum you have built for a period of time,

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  • Kickstart your first 3 months with Google AdSense!

    Kickstart Google Adsense

    Does anyone actually make any money off all those Google ads on their website? Here’s what I found in the first 3 months moving from a traditional business to trying out Google AdSense. Do you make any real money from it? Yes and no. You probably won’t make a 6 figure income but you can

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  • The whys and hows of premium WordPress themes

    I have just completed a total overhaul of my personal website, changing it from a freelancer-for-hire focus to a minimalist portfolio. Even though I’m a website designer, I chose a premium theme I’d never worked with before, and used it pretty much straight out-of-the-box, doing very few customisations to it. Why?

  • How to Record & Host Pro Quality Audio Interviews on your Blog or Website

    Recording Audio

    Having audio interviews on your website is a great way to add variety of content to your blog or website, as well as an opportunity to have new voices and perspectives presented. Audio in particular is great as your audience has some flexibility when listening – audio interviews and podcasts can be consumed when cooking

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  • 3 Web Copy Mistakes that Still Happen Way Too Often

    Because the web world moves fast, web copy needs to be different to print copy. Web visitors should: be able to quickly (and I mean really quickly!) see what the web page or blog article is about be drawn in so that they want to read more be able to easily skim through the copy

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  • How to Create Pro Video Interviews without Pro Video Gear

    Which camera for filming interviews

    Video interviews are the ultimate kind of interview as your viewers get to see the body language and facial expressions of your subject. For this reason it is important to do a good job! There is nothing more frustrating than trying to watch an interesting video when the quality of the production is bad! What

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  • 5 Usability Updates your Website Visitors Will Love

    Let’s be honest. The web world has changed a lot in the past few years. And I mean a lot. Even in the past year. Website designers, developers and marketers are becoming more and more savvy to what web visitors want from a website. Which means that new and updated websites are being created to give

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  • 3 Cool Tips On Writing For The Web

    Tips on writing for the web

    Writing content for the web is a critical skill. It’s not the same as other type of writing such as print, magazines, press releases and books. People approach the web differently and this means you need to write differently to capture and hold their attention. To help you do this, there are techniques you can

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  • Why Content Sure Ain’t King

    It feels like I’m reading the same post every day. “Content is king,” they shout. “Writing engaging content is the answer,” they drone. “Great SEO = Great content,” they bleat. And you know what? It’s rubbish! Let’s see if I can make it clearer. You can write the most bum-clenchingly awesome piece of content in

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  • Grassroots Goodies for May

    Have you been thinking about ways to kick-start your blog? We’ve got a special offer this month from Caylie Price that will help you do just that! Fellow Web Peep Tessa Needham has also launched her new course on Managing Content in WordPress and has a fantastic introductory offer. Last – but not least –

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