Increase Traffic to Your Site With These Tried and Tested Blogging Tips

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A blog is one of the best ways to drive traffic to a website; whether it be a corporate website, directory, or online shop. By adding great content to your blog regularly, you will provide useful resources to visitors and publish more pages for search engines to index.

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Good Reads: Aim for Boring

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When you start a business there are lots of peaks of excitement, spikes of traffic and surges of signups. It’s addictive, and you look forward to the next adrenalin rush and try to work out how to engineer the next ‘moment’. That’s fine, for a while.

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Good Reads: Plan Ahead With A WordPress Scheduling Plugin

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If you own or write for a blog, you might have discovered and probably even used the WordPress scheduling feature. Although it is a great way to prepare your posts ahead and have them published at a certain time, it lacks somewhat in the overview what post is scheduled for what time.

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Good Reads: 20 More Sets of Free Icon Fonts

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Last year we published our very popular post 30 Free Icon Font Sets, and today we are back with another 20 fantastic free sets for you. Icon fonts do have their pitfalls and there are certain things you should consider before using them.

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Good Reads: The 6 Ballsiest Con Men of All Time

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You probably picture con men as shady dudes in Cadillacs wearing polyester jackets, hustling rubes in small towns across 1950s America.

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Good Reads: The Top Places To Find WordPress News In 2014

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As a WordPress user, it pays to stay up to date with the latest WordPress news and developments. This will advise you about important WordPress security issues and new WordPress plugins and themes that have just been released.

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Good Reads: 6 ‘Facts’ About Historic Figures (Their Enemies Made Up)

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The truth is like Silly Putty: you can stretch it, mold it and use it to destroy someone’s life. Just ask anyone who’s ever run a nasty smear campaign; a good, juicy lie or half-truth about someone can not only follow them to the grave, but can echo down through history long after.

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Good Reads: 21 Seriously Annoying Blog Design Mistakes You Need To Fix Right Now

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1. Your homepage looks confusing. No one likes landing on a site having to squint and strain to figure out what you’re all about. Attention spans are short, so make it easy for readers to see who you are and what you do – in seconds. Here’s how to fix it:

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