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7 Blogging Mistakes That Will Cripple Your Efforts

Are you just beginning to build your own blog? Or one for your employer? It can be tricky business, starting a blog, especially when you aren’t fully aware…

On the importance of political science blogging

Five years ago, I agreed to team up with Seth Masket, Gregory Koger, and Hans Noel to start a parties-focused blog. We wanted to focus on political parties…

The Problem with DIRECTV Now

It is now almost four months since AT&T launched DirecTV, its latest strategy to lure the cord-cutters. The verdict on the service is – it has more bugs…

When tweeters attack: why do readers send authors their bad reviews?

If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. It’s a simple enough rule that most of us learned as young children. So why is it…

Millennial ‘influencers’ who are the new stars of web advertising

Seven years ago, Chiara Ferragni was a fledgling 23-year-old fashion blogger, studying law at university in Milan. She never finished her degree, but now lives in a $3.5m…

Cowboys News: Odds Say Ezekiel Elliott More Likely To Crack 2,000 Yards Than LeSean McCoy or Le’Veon Bell

Stuart looks at the teams with the largest variation in rushing performance in 2016 – as measured by a percentage deviation from the team’s average output. Here’s his…

Four Storylines That Could Emerge From The Cowboys OTA Practices

OTAs are mostly just fun for football junkies, and if you are reading this, there is a good chance that description applies to you – like it does…

How to Start Your Own Video Blog

Entrepreneur Network partner Salma Jafri interviews blogger, speaker and author of Vlog Like a Boss Amy Schmittauer. In the interview, Schmittauer starts by explaining why incorporating video into your blogging…

How to Avoid Writing Boring Outlines using the IKEA Method

You’ve read all of the blogging advice. You know writing an outline helps keep your blog post to the point. But try as you might, nothing’s happening. An…

Blogging at the time of dictatorship

For decades before the revolution, the ruling regime in Tunisia dominated public space, monopolized the media, confiscated the voices of dissenters, and spent a lot of effort and…