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Blogging Tips

5 Things You Might Hate About Blogging

If you're a blogger, chances are you've experienced some of the ups and downs of managing your own site/content. Depending on how long you've been doing it, some of these frustrations may have come around more than once; alternatively, you may be starting out and want to prepare for what's less appealing about blogging.

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Transatlantic Life

12 Fascinating ‘Would You Rather’ Questions to Share

Hypothetical conundrums and dilemmas offer an entertaining way to initiate thought-provoking conversations. Even though these deep questions are designed to be fascinating and fun; would your answers surprise those around you?

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Writing The Best Blog Post Titles

Having the right blog post title can make the difference between enticing readers to your writing or turning them away. Requiring a mix of creativity and technical know-how (like sentiment, readability and SEO); coming up with something that captivates and resonates with your readers (and you) can be a little tricky. 

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Blog Post Ideas When You Don’t Have Time to Write

When we're pressed for time but are still motivated to write a blog post; it can be a bit tricky to figure out what topic or content can fit into the creative moments we have available. Life can get bustling or frustrating for many reasons, hopefully these blog post ideas produce some inspiration!

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Transatlantic Life

Behind the Blog: Writing About Life

If you're part of the blogging community; as a visitor/reader or writer/creator, you likely know how important it is to connect to the person behind the blog. It encourages us to relate to each other in a more personal, welcoming and supportive way.

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Blogging Tips

Blog Tips That Can Overcome Writer’s Block

Being a blogger who writes and shares content that connects deeply with what you want to put out into the world can provide a powerfully creative outlet. No matter what topics or blog niche/s you work under, there's nothing better than writing a blog post that you're proud of ... that is until writer's block decides to show up.

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Discovering Your Blogging Niche

It's probably safe to say that if you're a blogger; you're likely aware that understanding your site's niche is key for creating content you're excited about and that resonates with your readers. But what if you're struggling to figure it all out?

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Blogging Tips

6 Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Blog Comments

Blog comments are the ultimate relationship builder between you, your readers and fellow bloggers. They're a way to connect with people and create valuable exchanges of knowledge, opinion, ideas and support.