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8 Ways to Monetize Your Blog and Make Money Online

When you’re just starting out with your blog, it can seem like one of the most arduous and frustrating tasks. With so much information to consume and strategies…

How to Use Blogging To Build Social Media Marketing Strategy

For every business to grow, it is important to be recognized. There are various methods that can be used for getting the necessary recognition. However, the most important…

Your Summer Reading List from the Copyblogger Editorial Team

I don’t believe in a “writing gene.” Writing comes more easily to some folks, for sure. But those aren’t always the people who end up writing really well….

Move over, Tinder. Carpooling can get you better dates

It seems that nowadays one can find a date even during a good ride. If Facebook posts are anything to go by, I would tell you that romance…

How to Take a Break from Your Blog

Do you ever feel like you need to take a break from your blog but you feel like you’ve created a monster that just needs to keep being…

Here Are the Top 5 WordPress Plugins You Must Use For a Better Blogging Experience

Bloggers who use WordPress, beginners or pros alike, always face one question – what are the best plugins to use to optimize the performance of your website? WordPress…

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…