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226 Transitional Words and Phrases Every Writer Should Know + MORE – Blogging News -May 05

226 Transitional Words and Phrases Every Writer Should Know + MORE - Blogging News -May 05

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WordPress Monthly Roundup: April 2015 WordPress Monthly Roundup is a new feature on this blog to showcase the latest and best WordPress themes and plugins of the month. Every roundup will be published at the end of the month so expect the next post to be published the last week of next month. WordPress Themes Sensible Whether you’re running a startup or a blog, Sensible offers an elegant theme for your WordPress website...

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Easy Ways for Bloggers to Use Keywords to Drive TrafficThis is a guest contribution from Nick Rojas. The world of web promotion and search engine optimization has never been a consistent one. Constantly changing Google results algorithms compete with tricky marketers in what is essentially an arms race, with each side trying to gain a lasting advantage against the other...

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226 Transitional Words and Phrases Every Writer Should Know Good writing uses transitional words and phrases to help the reader smoothly work through what you wrote. It’s strange how simple, but powerful, these words can be. Basically, these words and phrases are used to connect one idea to the next. Look at the word “consequently,” for example. Consequently means “as a result...

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Button Boost: How to Label and Design High-Converting Buttons Your website visitor hovers over your button, deciding whether or not to click. It’s the moment of truth! There’s a lot more to creating a high-converting button than simply getting the design right. Whether or not that button gets clicked depends on the button label, the text around the button, and even the content on the rest of your website...

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Looking for Premium WP Themes and Plugins? Check out WPeka ClubThe beauty of using WordPress as your platform is that you can you change your design whenever you wants with a couple of clicks. It’s just a matter of finding a new theme, uploading and activating it from your dashboard. Now if you are looking for a professional design, purchasing a premium theme could be a good idea, and those tend to be more polished and they come with more customization features...

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7 Invaluable Free Blogging Resources for Beginners Blogging is an attractive way for writers and content creators to make extra income. By developing a blog the right way (writing and publishing posts, as well as marketing and reaching out to your audience), you can even turn this into a full-time career. But with the different resources made available to us, it’s difficult to determine which among the pages online will provide you with the best and most comprehensive information on how to blog the right way...

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How Bestselling Author Ann Handley Writes In this episode of The Writer Files, host Kelton Reid invited digital marketing pioneer Ann Handley to chat about her writing process. She’s a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, brilliant keynote speaker, the world’s first Chief Content Officer, and a prolific digital content creator...

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Many bloggers write drafts and then ‘edit’ their writing – but ‘revising’ is a little different and is definitely a good exercise. Today I came across a great short video by Beth Dunn from Hubspot that was recorded earlier in the year at the Inbound conference. In the video Beth talks about ‘fixing your writing’ by learning to ‘revise’ your work...

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