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  • How to Add Social Media Buttons to Blogger Posts

    You want your blog visitors to share your great content with their friends, right? So make it easy for them by adding social media buttons to each of your Blogger posts! They can share your posts on Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest without leaving your blog. (If you have a WordPress blog, you can view those instructions […]

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  • How to Backup your Blogger Template

    Planning on editing your Blogger (Blogspot) template? Make sure you backup your Blogger template first! Here’s why: If you run into any problems with your edits, you can simply revert your template back to its previous condition by restoring it from your backup. Fortunately Blogger makes it very easy to backup your template. This article […]

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  • What People Hate About Websites

    Digital K

    We’ve all visited websites that annoy us. I’m talking about the websites that make us cringe or worse yet, make us leave the website promising never to return again. If you’re planning on designing a new website – or if you’re doing a review of your existing website – take a peak at this list […]

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  • HubSpot’s List of Things People Hate About Your Website

    Digital K

    I recently read an article on the HubSpot blog: 15 Things People Absolutely Hate About Your Website. I agree with most of the items on their list… but not everything! Below I included their list, along with my opinion on whether I agree with them   – or not! 1. Pop-Up Ads HubSpot says it well: […]

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  • How to Use Free Photos from Flickr for your Blog Images

    Adding photos or graphics to your blog post not only helps to break up the text of your article, but it also can make your article more interesting, more memorable, or easier to understand. If you are writing a blog post about a specific product, take a picture of that product and include it in your […]

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  • Change your WordPress admin Username

    Change your Wordpress username from admin

    WordPress is setup by default with an “admin” username as the administrator. However, if someone wants to hack into your blog, the first username they’ll try is “admin”. Then all they need to do is figure out your password (which can be easier than you think!). To beef up your security, I recommend you change the administrator’s […]

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