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Pinspiration Saturday: Time for Podcasting with Daniel J. Lewis


We’re back for another Pinspiration Saturday, our weekly series where we highlight a quote from one of our amazing speakers every week. If that quote resonates with you, we hope you’ll take a minute to share the “pinspiration” with your followers on Pinterest by pinning it! And as always, you can also share via Facebook, Google+, Twitter, or any of your favorite social networks.

It's how you use your time

Today’s quote comes from Daniel J. Lewis who recently devoted an episode of The Audacity to Podcast to one of my favorite topics: time management.

In this episode, Daniel starts by mentioning the fact that we all start every day with the same amount of hours. Rich or poor, tall or short, male or female, we all get 24 hours per day. Your success with your content, and in life in general, depends on how you choose to use those 24 hours.

The rest of this episode is filled with awesome tips about making enough time to podcast. And really, most of his tips can apply to any task you are trying to accomplish. We could all use a little more time with our families, a little more time for passion projects, and a little more time for happiness. So check out Daniel’s podcast for more tips on making time for whatever you need to get done in your life.

Also, did you know that Daniel will be speaking in the podcasting track at NMX? Check out his bio and the rest of the speakers on the NMX 2014 Podcasting Spotlight page! Don’t forget to pick up a ticket to the show to attend Daniels’ session live.

Craig Jarrow Talks about Blogger Productivity


If you’re like many bloggers, chances are good that you’re always crunched for time. You know you need to be consistent with your content creation, but it can sometimes be hard. Work, clients, spouses, kids, pets, and your must-watch TV programs can all interfere with your online goals. As a new blogger, how do you find time for it all?

Check out what NMX speaker Craig Jarrow of TimeManagementNinja.com has to say about finding time to blog. And, be sure to check out Craig’s session at NMX in January, “Productivity Power Panel: Learn the Tools, Tactics, & Workflows of Highly Productive Bloggers.”

To learn even more about blogging, be sure to check out the sessions in the blogging track at our upcoming conference. To learn more about NMX, or to get a conference pass, visit NMXlive.com. See you in January!

20 Brilliant Bloggers Talk About Time Management


Brilliant Bloggers is a bi-weekly series here at NMX where we look at the best posts from around the web all surrounding a specific topic. Every other week, we’ll feature a brilliant blogger, along with a huge list of more resources where you can learn about the topic. You can see more Brilliant Blogger posts or learn how to submit your link for an upcoming edition here.

This Week’s Topic: Time Management

Blogging takes a lot of work, so it’s no wonder that people with the best time management skills often make the best bloggers. At NMX 2013 in Las Vegas, speaker Craig Jarrow will be teaching us some can’t-miss time management tips in a session entitled “Productivity Power Panel: Learn the Tools, Tactics, & Workflows of Highly Productive Bloggers.” If you want to get started with time management today, though, check out today’s list of Brilliant Bloggers who have covered the topic.

Brilliant Blogger of the Week

Time Management Ninja by Craig Jarrow

Today’s edition of Brilliant Bloggers doesn’t feature a single post – it features an entire site! Craig isn’t just an a-list speaker for NMX; he’s also an awesome blogger. Craig writes at Time Management Ninja, where you can find all sorts of posts on being more productive in your career and at home.

Here are some of my recent favorites:

Remember, check out Craig’s upcoming NMX session to learn how to be a more productive content creator, and don’t forget to follow him on Twitter at @TMNinja.

Even More Brilliant Advice:

  1. 25 Time Management and Blogging Tips for Creative People by Riyaz Sayyad (@riyaznet)
  2. A Tactical Guide To Increasing Your Blogging Productivity By 250% by Jason (@methodsem)
  3. Effective Blogging Time Management Tips For Lazy Bloggers by Sadhil Kumar (@mokshis)
  4. How to Blog Almost Every Day by Chris Brogan (@chrisbrogan)
  5. How’s your Blogging Time Management by Nikk Parkingson (@stylingyou)
  6. Time Management For Bloggers! by Bosco Anthony (@boscoanthony)
  7. Time Management for Bloggers: Streamline and Maximize your Time Online with Tools by Marcela De Vivo (@marceladevivo)
  8. Time Management Tips for Bloggers by Jasmine
  9. Time Management Tips for Bloggers: The Major Time Absorbers by Korah Morrison
  10. Time Saving Apps for Busy Bloggers by Raul
  11. Tips from the Trenches: Best Blogger Productivity Tools by Darren Rowse (@problogger)
  12. The Top 50 Productivity Blogs (most of which you haven’t heard about) by Leo Babauta (@zen_habits)
  13. Top Productivity Bloggers Share their #1 Tip by Ciara Conlon (@ciaraconlon)
  14. Top Ten Productivity Tips for Bloggers by Harsh Agrawal (@denharsh)

Did I miss your post or a post by someone you know about time management? Unintentional! Help me out by leaving a comment below with the link.

Next Brilliant Blogger Topic: Small Business Blogging

I’d love to include a link to your post in our next installment– and if you head to the Brilliant Bloggers Schedule, you can see even more upcoming posts. We all have something to learn from one another, so please don’t be shy! Head to the schedule today to learn how to submit your post so I won’t miss it.

The Ultimate Key to Easier Content Marketing for Small Business Owners


As a small business owners, one of the biggest challenges is having time for it all. When it comes to your online marketing efforts, the latest trend is content marketing, and for good reason – it works. Content marketing is essentially giving away content like blog posts, videos, and ebooks in an effort to drive them toward an action (typically buying something from you).

So, for example, if you own a web hosting company, you might publish blog posts every week that teach people web design skills or if you own a bakery, you might give away a very short cookbook with some recipes at-home bakers can try.

Content marketing definitely takes time, though, simply because you have to actually create that content. You can pay a freelancer to do this, but if you’re a small business owner on a shoestring budget, you might not have money for a quality product. Even so, to get the best content, you have to spend time managing the project.

So what’s the key to actually making content marketing easier? Use the resources you already have.

When you’re creating content for marketing purposes, you can repurpose the resources you already have as a small business owner. Don’t make the mistake of thinking you have nothing to offer. Here are some of the things most small businesses have:

  • Employees who are super knowledgeable and able to write or speak on camera about topics in your industry
  • A bank of questions your customers ask you often that could each be turned into their own blog posts (or videos or even sections of an ebook)
  • “Insider” resources relating to your product/service (for example, recipes from your restaurant)
  • A network of industry contacts who would love to be interviewed

You can also consider creating content in ways that allow you to present something super valuable to your audience without spending as much time. Consider…

  • Attending conferences, writing down speaker quotes, and compiling a list of advice
  • Creating resource lists linking to everyone writing/talking about a specific topic (like we do for Brilliant Bloggers)
  • Asking a question via social media and publishing everyone’s answers

Additionally, you can take content you’ve created and use it as a starting point to get even more use out of it. For example:

  • A single, long blog post can become a multi-part series if broken down into sections
  • A series of blog posts can become a short ebook without much additional work or a longer email if you write more content
  • A video or podcast can become written content if you include a transcription

The key is to work smarter, not harder! If you’re short on time, you need to throw your attention into the most important tasks to make your small business run, so this might mean that you “never get around” to the content marketing thing, since it seems like such a daunting task. With the right approach to it, however, you can at least start to put out great free content to attract a larger audience to your business. You’d be amazed at the amount of content you can produce even with a limited number of hours to allocate to this process.

If you’re a business owner interested in learning more about content marketing, social media, and online marketing, definite check out our BusinessNext conference, presented in conjunction with NMX (formerly BlogWorld). BusinessNext will feature three days of speakers teaching you how to take your business’ online presence to the next level.

How Can I Find Time to Blog? [Video]


Without a doubt, one of the biggest challenges all bloggers have is making the time to blog. Even if you never procrastinate and even if you are a pro at time management, there are only 24 hours in a day. We want to blog, but we want lives as well. Or at least sleep. The truth is, bloggers who spend every waking minute working on their blog still often feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day.

So what can you so to find more time to blog? In this quick video, BWENY speaker Dino Dogan from DIY Blogger gives you three great tips about finding the time to blog. Check it out, and then read on because I want to give you a few of my own tips as well.


Dino’s tips – stop doing frivolous things, diversify, and integrate blogging into your life – are fantastic. To add to those tips, here are a few of my own:

  • Use formulas. I recently posted about Nate Rigg’s advice to use formulas to make yourself a more efficient blogger, and I wholeheartedly agree with this advice. You don’t want to be so formulaic that you’re boring, but having a formula as a starting point definitely can help you be a faster blogger.
  • Post Q&A interviews. People love answering questions because it is human nature to want to talk about yourself. When you post interviews, all you have to do is come up with some good questions, send it to your interviewee, and they’ll write the bulk of the content for you. It’s a definite time-saver.
  • Be personal. Not every blogger feels comfortable being super personal, but it’s often faster to tell a story from your own experiences on your blog than it is to write a more formal post. Again, it goes back to the fact that everyone likes to talk about themselves (yes, even you and I).
  • Use your moments of downtime. This relates to Dino’s advice to integrate. Look for those moments in life where you’re typically waiting for something and doing nothing and figure out how to be a productive blogger in those minutes. Waiting for the dentist? Blog. Waiting for the kids outside of the school? Blog. Waiting for the microwave to heat your lunch? Blog. All of those minutes here and there can really add up, and smartphones/tablets make blogging on the go really easy.
  • Hire help. As your blog grows, you can post more content in less time by hiring contributors or a virtual assistant to help with tasks like tagging, formatting, and distributing. You’ll shell out some money, but these options may be more affordable than you think.

Now it’s your turn – leave a comment with your best tip for finding time to blog even when your life seems super busy! What works for you?

Are You Cheating on Your Blog?


Do you make time for your blog?

Twitter. Facebook. Google+. LinkedIn. Pinterest. Email. Sometimes it feels that by the time I’ve checked all my social networks, I don’t have any time left to actually visit my own blog. It’s only a matter of time before I’m caught with lipstick on my collar, so to speak. I love my blog, but sometimes I feel like I’m cheating on it.

There are only so many hours in a day, and most of us suffer from shiny ball syndrome. I should really write some new posts today. Ooo, look at all those new pins. Ooo, someone sent me a funny email. Ooo, I have new messages on Facebook. Ooo….

Our blog feels stale and boring with all the interesting things to do online. And we tell ourselves that our blog will always be there, waiting for us when we get home.

But we all know that isn’t the case, don’t we? If we don’t give our blogs enough attention, one day, we’ll come home to find that the house is empty and there’s a note on the kitchen table telling us it’s over.

Now really, a blog can’t just get up and leave like a scorned lover, but if you’re “cheating” on your blog by spending more time on social media outposts, email, etc., any success you find will be short-lived and packing a suitcase before you know it. Blogs need to be nurtured, or readers won’t remember you.

A see a lot of bloggers saying, “I only write when I have something to say.” That’s great. You don’t have to have a blogging schedule to have a great blog. But if your blog isn’t in the forefront of your mind, you haven’t given importance to it and you’re not going to suddenly think of ideas. If you haven’t had anything valuable to say on  your blog for two or three weeks, why are you maintaining your blog at all? Put your blog first and you’ll probably find that the ideas start flowing.

More importantly, all the social media outposts that you love don’t actually belong to you. What would you do if Facebook suddenly disappeared? You don’t have control over whether or not your content stays live on those sites, and you certainly don’t benefit from advertising on other monetization efforts on these networks. You blog needs to be your home base and the place most important to you online. It’s cool to connect with readers elsewhere, but you want to always encourage them to interact with you most on your blog itself.

They won’t if you aren’t there. Be aware of the difference between not having time and not making time. Don’t lie to yourself. If you had time today to play Words With Friends, you had time to check your blog.

If you’re guilty of being a dirty cheater, the good news is that you can rebuild your relationship with your blog. Here are a few things you can do to recommit:

  • Right now, do all that maintenance work you’ve been avoiding. Update to the new WordPress. Clean up your sidebar. Add that new plugins you’ve been hearing so much about. Redo your header. All those little tasks that have been piling up in the corner aren’t going to do themselves. If you’re really short on time – hire someone to do them for you.
  • Write a post at least twice a week. I can appreciate the “only blog when I have something to say” mindset, but if you don’t have something to say about your niche at least twice a week, why are you even blogging about that topic in the first place? It’s about putting your blog to the front of your mind. When you do that, rather than just wait for ideas to strike like lightening, you’ll be amazed at just how much you actually do want to write about.
  • Start your day on your blog. Before you check your email, social networks, etc., check your blog comments and stats, get some writing done, and promote a link or two. Again, it’s about putting your blog in the forefront of your mind.

And don’t be afraid to let it go if your blog really isn’t that important to you. You aren’t a quitter and you certainly aren’t a failure by admitting that you just aren’t that into your blog anymore. Move on to projects you do care about instead.

How Bloggers Can Make The Most of The School Hours


As the kids go back to school, we bloggers have several hours during the day to ourselves. If you are not careful, those hours will go by very quickly and you’ll find that you haven’t accomplished anything. Here are a few tips bloggers can use to make the most of school hours.

Routines. Set up a weekly routine and put it on your calendar. I like to start my week out by writing on Mondays and Tuesdays. That way I have the rest of the week for social media, meetings and anything else that comes up. Some weeks, I have to rearrange, but I try to stick to that routine. By having it on my calendar, I don’t spend any time figuring out what I need to do. I can be productive as soon as I sit down at my desk.

Do tasks that require peace and quiet. I try to schedule conference calls and meetings for the 6 hour span that all 4 of my kids are in school. I know I won’t be settling arguments while on the call. That is another reason I like to write during the day. My thoughts are not interrupted by, “I’m hungry.”

Exercise. That may sound counter productive, but if you start your day by moving your body, you will have more energy for your day. I find the days I work out, I accomplish more in less time.

Be ready when the last child leaves. Don’t use the time the kids are gone to shower and get ready for your day. Get up before the kids if you need to. Once they are out the door, you can begin your work day.

Set business hours. You may want to post your business hours on your blog. If someone is trying to contact you or set up a meeting, they know what your hours are.

Following these tips has helped me become more productive during the day which leaves me open and available to my kids after school when they need me. I have had to learn to be very flexible though. It never fails that someone will be sick or we will have snow day when I have an important meeting. I will rearrange my week so I can work around the changes. Ultimately it all comes down to managing your time well.

What tips do you have for maximizing those school hours?

How Do Parent Bloggers Find the Time to Blog? 10 Tips For Finding Time


The number one question I’m asked when I tell people I blog is, “How do you find the time to blog when you have 4 kids?” The second question is, “How do you do it all?” I use the time effectively or I would never get anything done.

Finding time to Blog There are days where it all flows easily and I feel like I’m on top of the world. But there are also days where I am lucky to get a shower in, I forget to pick someone up from school and all three meals are McDonald’s. Not something I care to admit, but the truth.

Here are my tricks for finding time to blog, keep a house up and raise kids.

  1. Let go of perfection. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t have standards and you shouldn’t try to do a good job. It just means that not everything you do has to be done to perfection. That is an impossible goal, so don’t even try.
  2. Don’t do it all yourself. I have someone come and clean my house every 2 weeks. I know that if nothing else, my showers and floors will get cleaned every 2 weeks. It also forces me to pick up every 2 weeks. I hate cleaning with a passion and so I let someone else do it. Ask for help when you need it.
  3. Carry something with you to take notes. Whether it’s a pad of paper or audio notes on your iPhone, when an idea strikes, take note of it. I use my iPhone because I can talk faster than I can write. When I have an idea for a post, I talk it out. I find that often I talk enough to get an entire post written. If you use a program like Dragon Dictation on your iPhone, you will save some of the writing time too.
  4. Work when you wait. According to Answers.com, the average person spends 2 – 3 years in their lifetime waiting. When I’m waiting at the doctors, in line at the grocery store, in line to pick-up kids, I get small things done that I can do on my iPad or iPhone. I check e-mails, read blogs, research for articles I’m writing or edit articles. It doesn’t seem like much, but it helps me get some of the small tasks done. There are days where during that time, I listen to music or catch up on a TV show. Either way, I’m accomplishing something I want to get done.
  5. Have a weekly plan. Each week, I look at my deadlines and plan out how I will accomplish everything. Things do come up and I have to adjust, but I find having a plan helps me.
  6. Schedule in time for last minute stuff. I have deadlines each week, but I try to make my deadlines several days before the article is really due. That way when I have to take a kid to the doctor or I am sick, I have some leeway on my time.
  7. Learn to say No! I’m still working on this one. You have to know what you have time to do. Saying no isn’t not an insult. It just means you do not have the time. There are so many things we would like to do, but we have to prioritize our time. Leo Babauto of Zen Habits wrote an excellent article, 7 Simple Ways to Say “No.”
  8. Take a break. This may seem like an odd tip for this topic, but if you do not take time for yourself, you will burn out. It will begin to take you longer to do tasks because you will not be able to focus. Take a break and you will feel refreshed.
  9. Enlist the help of your family. When I have to review products, I get my family to help me. If it’s something we can all do, I get everyone to try it and I record their responses on video. This morning my kids and I did a workout video together for a review I’m working on. We had a blast and it was a great way for me to work and spend times with me kids.
  10. Have fun! When you stop having fun blogging, then it may be time to quit. When your work is something you love doing, it doesn’t feel like work.

Not all of these tips will work for everyone. Use what works and leave the rest.

What ideas do you have for finding time to blog?

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Crowdsourcing to Find Interviewees for Your Blog


Crowdsourcing is a term I’m seeing creep up more and more among bloggers. Basically, it means going to your community to solve a problem or complete a task of some sort, making your job easier. It also allows you to do a better job, in many cases, since you’re drawing from the experiences and opinions of an entire group, rather than yourself.

One of the best ways you can crowdsource is to find people to interview for your blog.

Most people love to be interviewed. It’s human nature to want to give your opinion, and by agreeing to be interviewed, you’re getting free promotion for your own blog or projects. Win-win.

But, as a busy blogger, it can be time-consuming to find people to interview. The most popular bloggers in your niche are often too busy to respond to interview requests and although new bloggers typically readily respond to interview requests, you also want to make sure that the person is actually doing something that is interesting to your readers.

This is where crowdsourcing comes into play. The inspiration for this post was something my friend Andy told me was going on at the Matador Network – a call for nominations for their new series, Breaking Free. It’s an awesome opportunity for people who have quit their 9-to-5 jobs to move overseas and do something new and interesting, and there are certainly tons of people in this world who qualify. But rather than spending hundreds or even thousands of hours looking for these people, Matador turned to there community. Not only are they going to get some awesome nominations, but they’re probably going to find people they would otherwise have never found. (Including you? Go apply!)

The point is that by crowdsourcing, you can find tons of interesting people that you would have never found otherwise – and at least one member of your community is already raising his/her hand and saying “I want to see an interview with this person. I would read it and likely promote the post via social media.” As an added bonus, you spent next to no time finding these interesting people for your blog.

Another great example of crowdsourcing? Recently, right here at the BlogWorld blog, our own Deb Ng wrote a post asking for your BlogWorld 2011 speak recommendations. As of right now, there are over 60 comments on that post, most with 5+ recommendations, and I expect we’ll see even more recommendations in the coming weeks. Of course, BlogWorld goes out there to find people who would make great speakers that may have been missed in the comments session, but just look at all those awesome people! There were people not on BlogWorld’s radar, and it also confirms what the community wants for the people who were.

The moral of the story? Don’t be afraid to ask your community for recommendations. Interviews are an awesome addition not matter what your niche, and crowdsourcing is definitely one of the best ways to find new contacts.

5 Golden Rules: Time Management


This post is part of 12 Days of Blogging 2010: 5 Golden Rules. Make sure you check out the rest of the series for more awesome advice from bloggers around the world!

I’m getting better every year with time management. While procrastination used to be my middle name, I’ve learned that the most successful bloggers out there have a plan of attack for things. They manage their time well and, because of that, they seem to have more hours in the day than the rest of us.

Blogging is hard. So many people start blogging thinking that it will be a quick and easy way to make money from home, but there’s a reason why so many blogs are part of the mass Internet graveyard of sites that haven’t been updated since 2006. So today, I wanted to highlight five bloggers who are talking about time management, since they can help you escape this fate.

1. 6 Bold Faced Time Management Lies We Tell Ourselves Every Day by Sid Savara

Sid is one of my favorite bloggers when it comes to productivity and reaching your goals, and this post is one that every person needs to read, whether you’re a blogger or not. We all have a tendency to lie to ourselves, but the sooner we can admit these lies to ourselves, the sooner we can actualy get stuff done! From Sid’s post:

Time is the most valuable resource we have – and yet we often squander it by making small mistakes, and telling lies to ourselves.  In my years mentoring and coaching, here are six of the biggest time management lies I’ve found – and I’m no better, I usually catch myself telling at least one of these lies before lunch!

Check out more from Sid’s blog on personal development and follow him on Twitter @SidSavara.

2. How to Kill Time Wasting Activities Online by Jimi Jones

Jimi Jones’ site on productivity has a ton of awesome posts about time management, but I wanted to highlight this one since I’m guilty of wasting time online with things like social media, Skype, and email. The tools of our business can hurt our business! From the post:

One sure-fire way to make time management easier is to eliminate time wasting activities and follow a schedule or to-do list.

I’ve tried to manage my days without them but came to realize that I am just not that great at avoiding things that distract me or cause me to spend too much time doing.

One reason for this is the fact that we assign a greater level of importance to some things than they deserve. We make them a priority over things that are more beneficial to our goals. We allow our focus to shift from what’s most important.

Check out JimiJones.com for more productivity tips and follow him on twitter @JimiJones.

3. The Complete Flake’s Guide to Getting Things Done by Sonia Simone at Remarkable Communication

Many of you may know Sonia best from her gig as senior editor at Copyblogger, but her own site, Remarkable Communication, is an awesome resource as well. In this post, she talks about an affliction common among bloggers – awesome ideas that never move past the idea stage. We flake. Writes Sonia:

You, my friend, are a flake. Congratulations. We are a worldwide force. If we could all get ourselves moving in the same direction, we would change the world. However, that will never happen.

Most of us are creative and smart. We’re often very funny and really pretty charming. We get things quicker than a lot of people do.

What we lack is focus. Everything looks good to us. We want dinner in Paris and a dive trip to Fiji. Most of us care more about experiences than about stuff. But because we don’t take care of the “stuff” aspect of life, we don’t have the experiences we really want to have.

If you’re tired of being a flake, check out the full article at Remarkable Communication and don’t forget to follow Sonia @SoniaSimone.

4. How to Add 15 Days to Your Year by Matt Cheuvront at Life Without Pants

Life Without Pants is a recent blog discovery of mine – god bless recommendations on Twitter. This is one of my favorite new reads (though LWP itself isn’t new – it’s been around since early 2009). This post’s title isn’t a crazy tactic to make you click – Matt really does talk about a way to find 15 extra days of time in  your annual schedule. That’s over two weeks of additional productivity! From the post:

Spending more time with you family. Finding time to exercise. Clearing out your e-mail inbox on a regular basis (I know, shocking). What would you do with an extra 15 days each year? 15 days you can take that vacation you’ve been putting off, 15 days to start a business, 15 days to discover a passion you didn’t know existed.

One of the wisest decisions I’ve made this year has also been one of he craziest. But that’s the thing about wisdom – it often parallels insanity.

To learn Matt’s secret, head to Life Without Pants, and make sure to follow Matt on Twitter @mattchevy.

5. The Slacker’s Guide to Staying Motivated by Nathan Hangen – guest post for Remarkablogger

Nathan Hangen first came on my radar when…well, I can’t remember when, to be honest. He’s the MC for Lifebeat (with Oleg Movhov DJing), which is hands down one of my favorite podcasts out there, and he’s involved with a number of other interesting projects, like The Fountainhead Society. This is a guest post he wrote for Remarkablogger, a blog by Michael  Martine that I highly recommend if you want to make more money with your blog. From the post:

Seriously, I can sleep in as long as I want without worrying about a boss riding my ass, or a co-worker waiting on me to complete a project. It’s just me baby…me. With freedom, comes responsibility. But then I thought about the other side of the coin.

I’m responsible for my income now, and if I get comfortable being lazy, then that attitude is going to bleed over into other areas of my business.

Sleeping in one day becomes 2…2 becomes a week…suddenly my traffic is dead and I haven’t sold anything for a month…I’m toast.

To read more from this post, head to Remarkablogger. You can follow Nathan on Twitter @nhangen and Michael on Twitter @remarkablogger, and check out Nathan’s blog at his Building Digital Empires website.

And just because time management is so important (seriously, nothing else matters if you don’t devote time to your blog!), here are THREE bonus posts about time management:

Add your own posts about time management with a comment below!

This post is part of the 12 Days of Blogging Series. The 5 Golden Rules are:

You can also check out all of the posts in this series here: 12 Days of Blogging 2010

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