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Twitter, Making Those 140 Characters Count

Twitter sprang onto the web in 2006 and quickly gained popularity. In Twitter, you post or “tweet” a 140 character message. Users can read, view, post (tweet), and retweet messages to the people that follow them. Today there are over […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Feb 21, 2014

Getting the Biggest ROI from Your Blog Post

When I started blogging, I would take a week to develop a post. Then early Sunday morning, I would send my fledgling post out into the digital world to be free. There I sat like a proud poppa staring at […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Feb 13, 2014

Shake Things up by Adding These Content Types into Your Blog

Content types or content styles can differ depending on the type of information you are trying to convey. Though there are a trillion topics that you can write about, there are only a few basic styles in which to present […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Feb 9, 2014

How to Attract Visitors and Keep Them Coming Back For More

The average reader will stay at your site for eight seconds. That does not give you a lot of time to catch your reader’s attention and keep them on your page. Eight seconds is approximately the amount of time that it […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Feb 2, 2014

Beginners Guide to WordPress Plugins

I’m an old time HTML kinda guy. I started coding back in the days when you sat at your desk plunking away on the keyboard, adding tags, start tags, and end tags, and this tag and that. Then, when you […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 26, 2014

Tips to Make Today and Everyday a Productive Day

Staying productive can be difficult with our busy schedules. With all of the responsibilities we have, how can you get anything accomplished? Do you want to make this year a productive year? If so, then check out these productivity tips. […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 20, 2014

Generate Leads the Old Fashion Way

Social media is here to stay. It seems everyone is on social media to generate leads for their business. Everyone wants you to be a lead for their business but no one wants to be a lead for your business.  So, what do you do to […]...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 12, 2014

Avoid These Common Newbie Mistakes and Blog Like a Pro

The blogging revolution (or is it the blogging evolution) is here to stay! Blogging is more popular today and is becoming a vital part to any online presence. Blogging brings readers to your site and establishes you as a though leader … Contin...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 11, 2014

What Are You Going to Write About Today?

So, what are you going to write about today? “Today, I am going to finally sit down and write my novel!” CHAPTER ONE Ian walked quietly down the street. Blankly staring at the screen… Now what? Have you been there? … Continue reading U...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 5, 2014

What to Do When Others Tell You, You Can’t

The New Year is upon us and it is the time when we start making goals for the New Year. Sometimes we set goals that are a little too farfetched and that we know we can’t achieve. That happens to … Continue reading →...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Jan 1, 2014

Why Blogging is Important for Your Online Success

Seems like everyone has a blog these days, but for some reason you haven’t decided to dive into the world of blogging. Is it because you don’t feel it is necessary or that it doesn’t fit your business model? Blogging … Continue readin...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 31, 2013

Own Twitter in 2014

Twitter sprang onto the web in 2006 and quickly gained popularity. In Twitter, you post or “tweet” a 140 character text message. Users can read, view, post (tweet), and retweet messages to the people that follow them. Today there are … Cont...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 28, 2013

Blogging 101: Beginner Mistakes

You’ve been reading a few blogs online and start to think that blogging might be fun. You see others blogging on the web and they seem to be making money at it. It looks easy enough, you know how to … Continue reading →...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 21, 2013

Why Do I Need a Posting Schedule?

What good is a posting schedule anyway? That’s what I thought when I started blogging. “It’s too much work.” “I can sit down and write this on my own.” However, after blogging for a while and honestly it wasn’t very … Continue...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 15, 2013

Blogging Strategy for 2014

A New Year is almost here and it is time to think about what we can do to improve our readership in 2014. What are you going to do in the new year to engage your readers and keep them … Continue reading →...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 15, 2013

How Do You Get a Writing Job Without Any Experience

How Do You Get Noticed Without Any Writing Experience You’ve been writing for a while and have developed a nice portfolio. So, where do you go from there? You want to get your name out in the writing community, but how … Continue reading ...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 8, 2013

Tips to Become a Technical Writer

Technical writing has changed over the years. Not long ago, illustrations were hand drawn then photographs were taken of the image. Writing programs such as FrameMaker were used to create the document. Today, we use computer-based images taken from P...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Dec 5, 2013

3 Things to Do Before You Hit the Publish Button

You’ve finally written that epic post. Nodding to yourself, you say, “It is good,” and click the PUBLISH button to send it on its way. Twenty minutes later, as you reread your masterpiece, you realize that you used often in … Continue rea...
by The Nuts and Bolts Blog on Nov 30, 2013


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