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-To Date or Not to Date

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  (February 2012 (Photo:Carol Browne) I don’t know if you have noticed or not but some of the most successful blogs on the Internet no longer date their posts –Copyblogger for one. Why? Blogs that have dropped the traditional dating have found that their older posts are now getting read at a greater frequency, the […]

-2012: What Really Matters

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The coming of a new year is always a good time to sit down and evaluate what you’ve been doing during the past year and compare it to your goals and reasons for being on the Internet in the first place. Right now you can find one article after another talking about 2012 and "what […]

-Blogging During the Christmas Season

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                 (Image via Wikipedia) Most of the time holidays are a one day or a weekend at best affair but Christmas is an entire season that spans nearly a whole month. Plus it is a natural for Christian bloggers since the whole reason for the season revolves around the birth of Jesus Christ. When it […]

-The Digital Reformation: The Internet is Bringing a Paradigm Shift in Evangelism

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The invention of the printing press brought with it revolutionary changes in communicating the Gospel and spreading Christianity around the World. It made it possible for Bibles to be mass produced and available to regular folks. Since then the Bible has been translated into thousands of different languages. In fact some Bibles associations are forecasting […]

-Top Christian Blogs Fall 2011

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Here’s a link to ChurchRelevance’s List: Top 200 Church Blogs for Fall 2011 Top 10: 1. Between Two Worlds 2. Michael Hyatt 3. DeYoung, Restless, and Reformed 4. Get Religion 5. Tim Challies 6. Dr. Albert Mohler 7. Jesus Creed 8. The Resurgence 9. Pyromaniacs 10. Fr. Z’s Blog <Rest of the list 11-200> Take […]

-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 […]

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