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Hacks to Eliminate Bad Blog Posts

Let’s leave out the blogger versus journalist debate. It’s about as tired as the tourist versus traveler debate. But even if you don’t have a fancy degree from J-School or English isn’t your first language, there’s no excuse for poorly written blog posts. Not only is it painful for your readers, but it doesn’t look […]

How Working Locally Benefits Bloggers

 

Six Considerations When Picking A Travel Camera for Blogging

As a travel blogger, I’d argue that one of your most important pieces of equipment is your camera. Images are a powerful tool for getting your story across to your viewer, and it should definitely be a bit of kit that you are comfortable using to get the photos you need. There are a wide […]

The Best Services And Tools For Bloggers

By Matt Gibson I was recommending my favorite blog theme companies and host providers to a blogger who had asked for advice in a Facebook group today, when I realized two things: A lot of people need good advice about stuff like that A lot of people on Facebook give terrible advice I give advice that’s […]

How I Cleaned Up All The Links And Redirects On My 10-Year-Old Blog

By Gary Arndt of Everything Everywhere After days of staring at a computer screen, I’m mostly done with fixing all of the redirects and links on my website. I literally had to fix thousands of redirects and links and fixed almost all of them by hand. Here is a good outline of the problem in […]