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-What About Adding a Forum?

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            (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Forums are one of the most popular and successful forms of social media when it comes to religion on the Internet.  A lot depends on what topics normally appear on your site, but many Christian websites, blogs, and ministries can be a natural home for supporting a potential forum. It is […]

-Improving the ‘Bounce rate’ on Your Blog

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     (Image via CrunchBase) One of the ways that blogs can be evaluated is the ‘Bounce rate’. Any of you who have Google Analytics installed on your blog already know what this is all about. The bounce rate is the percentage of visitors to your site which read only one post and bounce away without […]

-Tool: Blog & Website Grader

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Ever wonder how your blog or website stacks up against all of the rest? Here’s a tool that will evaluate your site in a minute or even less: <<Website Grader>> It’s easy! Just go to the site and enter your URL, add an email address, and then click on the “GENERATE REPORT” button. It is […]

-Ten Common Grammar Errors That Plague The Web

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I know that I have broken some of these basic rules in grammar dozens of times while writing on the Web in the last six years. It occurs to me that if I could use a quick refresher in this area then maybe some of you might benefit from it also. Here’s an article by […]

-The Daunting and Haunting Task of Proofreading

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(Image by Dan Patterson via Flickr) Proofreading is probably a writer’s least favorite task. It is also quite necessary, entirely expected, and all of the ‘rewards’ are negative at best. What makes it particularly daunting and haunting is the obvious fact that all of us fail at it occasionally no matter how many times we […]

-Having and Using Multiple Email Addresses

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Image via CrunchBase Practically everyone and everything demands an email address from you these days. Purchase flowers online, book a room or a flight, to access a news site, set up a blog, join a social network, download a new program, leave a comment on a website, or keep in touch with family or friends. […]

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