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Setting Up Your Browser to Increase Your Productivity + MORE – Blogging News -Feb 16

Setting Up Your Browser to Increase Your Productivity + MORE - Blogging News -Feb 16

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Bloggers: Should You Follow Your Passion?Follow your passion: Great idea, or terrible advice? To say “Follow your passion” has become as cliché as “Believe in yourself.” While the latter is widely accepted by society, the former tends to make many think twice. Before getting into more detail, I’d like to pay extra attention to the word “Success...

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How to Simplify Complex Subjects for Your AudienceThere are plenty of reasons a reader might walk away from your perfectly good article. One such reason revolves around the complexity of the subject, which may prove intimidating. While there’s nothing you can do about the subject itself, you can effectively control the overall presentation by making it easier on the eyes and the brain...

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Setting Up Your Browser to Increase Your Productivity As bloggers we spend most of our work time staring at our browser. How we have a browser set up can have a significant impact on our productivity in two ways: It can help us eliminate distractions. It can help up keep focused on our key activities. Below I am sharing four ideas you can implement to your browser, which will boost your productivity...

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Some subjects are harder to write for than others. It may be due to a lack of audience familiarity, the presence of technical terms and concepts, or the sheer depth of the subject matter, but in any case, it’s difficult to write about these subjects without scaring users away or alienating them entirely...

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Transform Your Content from Predictable to Provocative with This Bold Method Stop for a moment to think about a super-athlete. A person who won 122 consecutive races and broke the world record four times. That super-athlete is Edwin C. Moses, a man who completely dominated the 400-meter hurdle event and won every race in sight between 1977 and 1987. And then it happened. On June 4, 1987, in Madrid, Spain, Danny Harris beat Moses...

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Turning The Challenges of Remote working Into Strengths This is a guest contribution from Nick Chowdrey. Remote working is an attractive prospect for many people in this digital age. But it’s not as simple as packing up your laptop and riding off into the sunset – it takes a lot more effort and skill than that. After all, there are offices for a reason...

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It’s old news now but, last year, The Guardian, Netflix, CNN, and Reddit were taken offline in the largest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in history, a simple but effective bit of cybercrime that overloads a service with data until it collapses. With hacking now an almost mundane occurrence, there’s an obvious question to ask – how does this affect me? As a blogger, it’s easy to think that your website will slip under the radar of cybercriminals but, as DDoS tools can be loaned on black marketplaces (the above attack was done by an amateur and cost $7,500), the barriers for entry are falling – and it shows; ZDNet notes that 124,000 DDoS attacks occurred every week in 2016...

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All Editors are Not the Same, so Which do You Need?A question that frequently comes up in writing and blogging groups I’m part of is: ‘anyone know a good editor?’ This is usually followed by comments of ‘I used this guy once but it was a frustrating process’, or ‘mine was ok, but I’m not sure I’d recommend them.’ I’ve come across so many people who were really disappointed with the editor they hired to help them with their books or blog posts and in almost every case, once I’ve done some digging, I’ve discovered it was because their expectations of their editor were completely unrealistic...

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