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Month: January 2013

How to Get a Birds’-Eye View on Your Blogging Competition? Keywords are the key

From Wikipedia, A bird’s-eye view is an elevated view of an object from above, with a perspective as though the observer were a bird, often used in the making of blueprints, floor plans and maps. Now imagine the object being your competitions blogs. Including the ones you want to work together with, now or in… Read More ›

4 little steps to keep your commitments work for you

Set, Stick, Check, Retune. Do you make commitments when it comes to blogging? If you do not blog, take X. No don’t leave, take X. And how is that working out for you? Do you regularly look if your blog is getting better because of your commitments? It might be working out great for you,… Read More ›

Expert bloggers on your blogging rhythm.

We all need to deal with our blogging rhythm. Below are five blog post that all give some insights into this topic. Insights valuable for every blogger to read. They all address rhythm from a slightly different angle. Making it easy for you to look at it from different perspectives. My guess? It will give… Read More ›

Blog(ging) experts that can help you

In random order, I’m going to introduce you to 5 experts. I like to share the inspiration, that you’ll find in their blog posts. Ali Luke is a writing coach for bloggers, copy writers and more. Her blog aliventures.com covers in-depth material that is essential for writers. Her posts include: 8 writing secrets and Essential… Read More ›

Catching The Big Fish: The approach of David Lynch

Where do ideas come from? Filmmaker David Lynch (Wild at Hearth, Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks) wrote a little book, Catching the big fish, that provides a rare window into his method as an artist, his personal working style, and the immense creative benefits he has experienced from the practice of meditation. Lynch describes the experience… Read More ›