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Reading Articles

Are you new to the world of blogging? Anyone can create a successful blog as long as they are dedicated to this project. You should go over the following article for some useful tips on blogging.

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Start by creating an account on a blogging platform. Learn more about different platforms and select one that corresponds to your needs. Some platforms offer more features than others. If you care about the design of your blog, look for a platform with a wide selection of designs to choose from. Consider purchasing a paying account if you want to get access to more features. You can start with a free account and consider upgrading it later if you decide you need more features.

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Choose an eye catching name for your blog. Your visitors will be more likely to come back to your blog if they can easily remember the name of your site. Your blog should have a name that is related to your topic so visitors can quickly identify what your blog is about. Avoid changing the name of your blog once you launch it, unless you are ready to start promoting it all over again.

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Create content for your blog. Ideally, you should add a few articles a week. You can recycle old content every six months or so but it is best to write fresh content for your blog. Your content should be useful and meet high quality standards. Readers will probably not go over more than one article if they cannot find useful information or if you did not take the time to proofread your article.

Business Purposes

You do not have to limit yourself to writing articles. If you are not comfortable with articles or find that your audience is not really interested in reading articles, consider launching a video blog. You can upload a weekly video to YouTube or another similar site and feature it in a short blog post. You can also record your articles on a Podcast if you think your audience will be interested in this format.

Golden Opportunity

Organize your blog efficiently. Your visitors should be able to locate the information they need right away. Create some pages to present your most important information and organize these pages in a menu. You should also create an archive once you have enough articles. Organize your articles into categories instead of having your visitors browse through your articles in chronological order.

High Interest

Look for ways to share links to your content. You will get more traffic if your links are featured on other sites, preferably on pages that rank high in search results. You should exchange links with other bloggers or send some articles to different article directories. If you can think of any online publications the audience you want to target will be interested in, keep sending them your best articles until they publish some of your content.

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These blogging tips will help you develop a successful site. You should apply them and give yourself enough time to develop your new blog.

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    • Pherocious Phil
    • December 6, 2013
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    What Is The Best Blogging Platform And Why? What is the best blogging platform and why?

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      Create your own blog and share with others. You can try wordpress.

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    • 28 Special
    • December 9, 2013
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    Would Anyone Know Of A Blog That Posts Art Articles Online About Art Business? I like to read articles about supply and demand. Any suggestions?

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      Try http://www.etsy.com. It’s a place where artists/craftsmen sell their art and there’s loads/tons of information on the business side of making/selling art! There’s photography, listing, pricing, a place called “Quit Your Day Job”, site info, much, much more.

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    • I'm sexy
    • January 3, 2014
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    Is Reading Information On The Internet Still Considered Reading? If you spend a lot of time on the internet, reading articles, information, etc, is that still considered reading? Say you read a lot of random things, and learn a lot from them, can you still say you read a lot, or does it have to be from a book? I know that I never sit down and actually open a book and read, but I do find myself reading new things about the current world, history, science, etc, every day.

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      Yes, it definitely counts as reading. I read a lot of things on the internet, too. You can really learn a lot, as long as the websites you read from are reliable.

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    • Marianne
    • January 4, 2014
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    Is It Okay For Someone Who Isn’t A Dietitian To Blog About Food And Healthy Eating? Now, I know there are a lot of people out there who do.

    Thing is, I’m thinking of starting a food blog myself. I’m not obsessed with food, but I’d love to share some simple and practical food ideas through a blogging platform.

    The only qualm and reservation I have about it is the fact that there are food bloggers out there who promote certain diets and ways of eating without actually having any professoinal dietetic education and background.

    I’m a nursing student and although I don’t have plans to due further study in nutrition or dietetics (as yet), would it be okay for me to start a food blog from a perspective of a young person who just wants to share some quick and easy tips for healthy meals? (I won’t be talking a great deal about nutrition, nor will I be writing about diets) I know I won’t get sued – I’m just asking from a moral and ethical standpoint.

    Any thoughts would be very much appreciated.
    I know they’re just opinions, but I’d read that there are health professionals who aren’t too pleased with laypeople promoting ways of eating and food advice without evidenced-based research to back it. But I just want to talk about food in a light-hearted manner, that’s all.

    Thanks kindly for all your answers. I realise my question is a little bit silly – I just wanted to be certain that what I’m doing is okay and nobody will shoot me for it.

    ? Thanks again

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      Of course this is okay.
      As long as you present yourself honestly and don’t claim to be something you’re not, there’s nothing wrong with sharing your thoughts and ideas with others.

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    • Patty
    • April 18, 2014
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    Have You Read The Wikipedia Article: Objections To Evolution? It’s very interesting from whichever side of the fence you are on.

    I would recommend the article section called “Objections to evolution’s scientific acceptance” but really, the whole things is quite good.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criticism_of_evolution

    Have you read it and what are your thoughts on the article? (not on Wikipedia as a whole)

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      Have you read the Wikipedia article: Objections to Evolution?
      It’s very interesting from whichever side of the fence you are on.

      Yes, I have read it. I would say that it is an accurate accounting of the arguments in which the religious use in their arguments against evolution and atheism. I don’t agree that it is interesting, however. I have heard them all before and every single one of these weak, deceitful arguments have been soundly refuted by reputable philosophers and scientists. The problem with people who argue in the favor of religion is that they argue from a weak standpoint. Their arguments are not backed by fact, but emotion. They try to play on that because it is their only strength. From years of teaching the Bible, they know that if you repeat something enough times people will begin to believe it, so they stick to repetition of these inaccurate points in an attempt to persuade the less intelligent to the side of religion. Intelligent, informed, critically thinking people clearly see this for what it is, religious propaganda trying to disguise itself as scientific fact. This is why we must promote education at all cost. If we don’t, religion gains a better foothold and we return to the Dark Ages. If you think I am joking, look at any country in the world where the government isn’t secular, but based on theism. For example, look at the atrocities committed against citizens of countries where Islam holds supreme power. Have you heard of sharia law? Religion and it’s followers sicken me, but I assume you can deduct that from my answer.

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    • Anonymous
    • April 24, 2014
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    I Cant See Or Read Articles? Some reason I’m not able to scroll down n read entire articles. It stops scrolling down after a paragraph or two. What can be the cause of this?

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      You are referring to articles on Yahoo on your mobile. Not much you can do about this. Yahoo may solve this within the next 10 years or so. I’d suggest you simply use Google news in the mean time, like I do. They don’t have this issue at all.

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    • Anonymous
    • April 29, 2014
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    How Many People Actually Read Playboy Magazine Articles? So I found a playboy magazine laying around, and instead of fapping to it I decided to read an article. I couldn’t get past the 4th paragraph or so because it was the most boring and bland 4 paragraphs I’ve ever read.

    So how many people actually read ANY of the articles in those magazines at all?

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      Very few people read it for the articles, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the articles are bad. A large percentage of the world’s greatest writers and intellectuals have been published in Playboy. Granted, in terms of literary prestige it’s not “The New Yorker,” but the literary content is part of the reason many don’t consider it “porn.”

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    • Fox_maple
    • May 18, 2014
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    I Read An Article That Said A 2 Year Old Should NOT Be Learning How To Read? My two year old son has a big interest in learning his letters, numbers, shapes, colors etc. We had bought him a little toy computer for his first x-mas because he was always wanting to bang on ours. It has some little letter games on it and he has really decided that he likes it. One day I realized that from his computer he had already learned 70% of his alphabet, so we started encouraging him. He loves showing people that he knows his numbers and his alphabet. I just read an article that says “You will agree that at two years of age, the child should not be learning the alphabets. But it is perfectly OK for her to scribble randomly with a crayon on paper or with chalk on the floor.” Why shouldn’t he be learning if he is enjoying it? It’s not like we are pushing this on him.

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      The article you read was the opinion of someone, and everyone is entitled to an opinion. A two year old should certainly not be FORCED to sit down and learn something, but if they are interested in it you should encourage that. My now 11 year old daughter LOVED to sit down and do worksheets at two years old-numbers, basic math, letters, a few simple words and could write her name. My son would have absolutely hated that at that age (and still does not like it at 8), and I certainly would not have forced him to at two.

      You can most likeley find numerous articles stating that it is good for children to be exposed to letters, numbers, etc. at an early age-and certainly that is what is mirrored in children’s programming such as Sesame Street and the like, which teaches these skills at an early age. For every article against something, there is going to be an article with someone’s opinion for it-and vice versa. What matters is that you do what you think is best for YOUR individual child.

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