Monday, October 30, 2017

How to Start a Successful Blog: 30 Tips That Got Me 1 Million Monthly Readers

Around 10 years prior an idea flew up in my mind. 

I needed to begin a blog to share my own particular contemplations about the propensities I had begun to change and about self-awareness. 
So I went on the web and rapidly set one up only for the sake of entertainment and trusted I would get possibly two or three several perusers after some time. 

Things went somewhat superior to that. Two of my initial articles on social abilities rapidly took off via web-based networking media locales that were well known at the time like Digg and Delicious and a huge number of perusers poured in amid only a couple of days. 

So I believed that I ought to likely consider this more important. I began to peruse significantly more than I had effectively done. I set up a week by week posting timetable and I began to work increasingly the specialized side and on the most proficient method to get great outcomes via web-based networking media and in web crawlers. 

Today, in 2016, this site Now, since my begin in 2010 I have committed numerous errors. Had difficulties. Gained some huge ground. 

So in this article I'd get a kick out of the chance to share the response to a standout amongst the most widely recognized inquiries I get in my inbox: 

How would I make a fruitful blog or site? 

Here are 30 of the best tips that I have mastered amid the previous 10 years about only around 1 million month to month perusers and for as long as couple of years I have possessed the capacity to do this full-time..
1. Find a good name and domain name.
Your space name is the thing that you write into the deliver bar to go to a site. For my situation it's for instance: 

Be that as it may, how would you locate a decent area name and name for your site? 

All things considered, here's the way I did it: 

I made sense of a theme for my blog. For my situation it was Tech and self-improvement. 

I conceptualized names. Subsequent to finding the point I brought perhaps 30 minutes with a cushion and paper and conceptualized conceivable names. 

I disposed of a modest bunch of names. Some since they felt excessively nonexclusive and exhausting, making it impossible to me. Others since they didn't portray what the site was about that precisely. 

At last my decision limited to the one I observed to be easy to recall and that caught the soul and subjects of what I needed to expound on.

2. Get web hosting.
After you have discovered your own name or best competitor you have to go and enroll it on the web. You can do that at a web have where you'll likewise get facilitating space so you can store the blog entries, records, pictures, recordings and so forth that all together is your site. 

A standout amongst the most mainstream (it's utilized by more than 2 million sites) and frequently prescribed web has – by for instance WordPress, and Pat Flynn of Smart Passive Income – is Bluehost. 

4 different motivations to pick Bluehost are: 

It's exceptionally easy to begin there in only 5-10 minutes. That is on the grounds that they have a 1-click programmed WordPress establishment. WordPress is the free programming I utilize each day to effectively make and deal with my sites and distribute content in the most straightforward way accessible today. 

You'll act naturally facilitated. This implies you control everything on your site (nobody will for instance embed undesirable promotions into your substance). In the event that you need to seem more expert to perusers and organizations and you need adapt your site as I've done and make a side-pay or in time a full-time pay you should act naturally facilitated so you have full control over your substance, outline and brand. 

You get a free space name. What's more, you likewise get a free SSL declaration that you can use to include an additional layer of security to your site (this is something Google and numerous others are getting really genuine about). 

You'll recover a 30 day cash ensure. In case you're not content with them then you'll get a discount. 

What's more, Bluehost has been sufficiently caring to give all Positivity Blog/Newsletter perusers a restricted time offer. 

3. Locate a decent search for your site. 

After you have enrolled your space name, setup you're facilitating account and made your site by utilizing the a single tick introduce of WordPress it's a great opportunity to discover a search for it. 

You do that by picking a subject. There many free ones to browse in your WordPress control board. 

There are likewise premium subjects that have a tendency to be more expert and incorporate more helpful capacities.
4. Start creating the content you are passionate about and share it with the world.
Presently, after you have set up the essential specialized stuff the time has come to ask yourself: what do individuals need from a site? 

In the event that you ask me the appropriate response is just esteem. 

From a site like mine they need the best and most useful self-improvement counsel that can help them to enhance their lives. 

From an amusingness site they may need the most interesting recordings or funny cartoons. From a history site they presumably need history told in a charming and engaging way. 

So esteem can come in many structures in light of what specialty your site is in. 

The way to making a great deal of significant worth regardless of what your site is about is to compose, podcast or record recordings around one of your interests or greatest interests in life. 

By doing as such you'll consequently make a superior showing with regards to and you'll continue making better and better substance after some time. Furthermore, you won't get worn out or exhausted and quit so effortlessly before your site takes off.
5. Find powerful topics to write about.
Regardless of on the off chance that you compose, podcast or make recordings you need to do it around points that are critical to you as well as to other individuals as well. 

However, how would you make content that will probably help many people and take off via web-based networking media for instance? 

Two things that have worked for me are: 

What do perusers and the general population you met, in actuality, get some information about? Answer regular inquiries you get from the general population you met on the web and, all things considered, in your substance. On the off chance that a couple of individuals have gotten some information about a similar thing at that point there are likely a ton more in your readership that might want to know the appropriate response. 

Offer your answers for the most serious issues or difficulties you have confronted. Individuals are regularly very comparative. So on the off chance that you can share what has helped you to beat one of your most concerning issues or difficulties in life at that point there is a quite opportunity of a lifetime that it will reverberate with a mess of other individuals as well.
6. Go the extra mile.
Compose a more extended blog entry than a great many people may do. Or, then again do a more inside and out podcast. 

My most well known articles are for the most part the ones I have emptied a considerable measure of time into and that are very long. These articles additionally have a tendency to do the best on Google since they are essentially the absolute most inside and out sources on the theme you can discover on the web. 

So take every necessary step a great many people won't do. I could for instance have composed only 10 brisk tips for this article yet chose to go significantly more remote than that. 

Giving a valiant effort and going the additional mile that many essentially won't has – few out of every odd time yet frequently – brought me numerous, numerous perusers throughout the years.
7. Spread the word about your website.
OK, so you got your website up. You got some valuable content published. Some readers may start to trickle in.
But how do you spread the word about your website to really start building your audience?
Well, I got lucky with a couple of social media mentions early on (although the articles that got mentioned were very useful and I did go the extra mile with them).
But what can you do to spread the word if that doesn’t happen early on?
One of the best way I have found to get readers that very likely to enjoy your content and stick with you for quite a while is to guest post on other blogs in your niche.
How do you do it?
  • Make contact. Do some googling and simply contact other people in your niche that say that they are looking for guest posts.
  • Write something that fits the website owner’s wishes. And you think is a good match for his or her audience.
  • Make it easy for the person you are guest posting for. Don’t forget to edit and proof-read and perhaps even format the post before you send it to the website. Make it as easy as it can be for the website owner to just cut and paste the article and hit publish. I used to publish guest posts on The Positivity Blog maybe 6 years ago and I loved it when people did that. I did not love it when people sent me lazy drafts and hoped I would do the cleanup.
  • Go the extra mile here too. Write a long and in-depth article if possible, don’t just do the minimum amount of work required. You’ll make the person you are guest posting for happy. And the post will likely rank better in search engines and get more social media mentions.
  • Make it easy to become a regular reader. When readers want to check out your site after reading the guest post then make it easy for them to become a regular reader. You can do that by setting up an email newsletter…
8. Start a newsletter.
People sometimes ask me what I would differently if I started all over again today. Well, one of the things I would do and the biggest mistake I made in the first few years was to not start an email list sooner than I did.
You see from 2010 to the start of 2014 only used blogging for my business.
Then in February of 2015 I finally took the advice many had given me and added an email list to my website.
And I am very glad I did.
Here are the huge benefits I have experienced in the past years from having an email list:
  • Engagement shot up. I usually get more comments, feedback and personal and inspiring stories from my readers when I send an email newsletter compared to any blog post I put up on my website.
  • Blog readers and shares increased. A simple thing you can do is to let your newsletter readers know when you have a new blog post published. And to simply ask them to share it if they like it. I have found this to have a big and positive effect.
  • Sales shot up. When I send out an email about a new product or a special offer I usually get double the sales or more compared to when I put up a blog post with the exact same content. And most of my weekly sales of my own products nowadays – probably 70% or more – come from the emails I send out.
  • I’m less affected by outside influences. Your popularity in Google search results and in social media will likely go up and down. They certainly have for me during these years. And that can have a big impact on your income and your overall success online no matter what your goal is.
    But an email list is yours. It is not something another company can reduce or take away from you. The email list is a form of security for you and your small business in an online world where things can quickly change.
So how do you start an email list?
I recommend letting another company manage your email list. It will cost a bit if you get a lot of subscribers. But it is worth it because then you get someone who really knows what they are doing and the time and work you have to invest will be minimal.
I have used – maybe the most popular email list company – since 2015 for my email lists and things have worked very well.
It’s also very simple to start an email list there, it took me maybe 30-60 minutes to start my Blog Newsletter that now has tens of thousands of subscribers.
9. Add an email subscription lightbox/popup for your newsletter.
So you’ve created an email list for your website. Now, how do you get people to join your newsletter?
I recommend a sign up form in the sidebar of the website and on your Start Here page.
I also suggest adding an email signup lightbox. That’s the small notice you may have seen pop up or fade in on my website and many others where you get an quick invitation to join an email list. If you have joined Aweber then they have a free and simple way to add a lightbox to your own website.
Now, I know some are hesitant about adding one of these to their website because they think people will hate it or get mad with them for it.
That has not been my experience. I’ve had one for many years and only had a handful of complaints (while many thousands of people have used it to join the newsletter).
I do follow these two rules though to not make the lightbox annoying:
  • It shows up after a visitor has gotten some time to start reading my material, so after about 30-60 seconds.
  • It only shows up once per visitor (and not every time they visit the website).
10. Engage by using social media.
Setting up profiles for your website on the biggest social media websites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn etc. and sharing your content there and engaging with your readers can also bring in many new visitors to your website.
If you don’t have much time to spare each week choose just one social media website to focus on. You may get bigger returns from doing that than trying to cover all the big social sites and getting stressed out and spending too much time on this instead of creating new content.
Use the buttons you get by installing Easy Social Share Buttons (see tip #11) to make it easy for your audience to share your content with friends and followers on social media or via email.
11. Set up a Start Here page.
When people arrive at your blog via the homepage or an article that they found via Google or Facebook for example they are just thrown in there. They may be confused about where to go next.
So make it easy and help them focus on your best content and what to do next.
One good way to do that is by setting up a Start Here page (I use this instead of an about page, since I think it makes it easier for the new reader to find a starting point).
Here’s what’s on my Start Here page:
  • A quick summary of what this website is about.
  • A quick summary of who I am.
  • A list of some of my best and most popular articles.
  • An introduction my premium courses.
  • A few sign up forms for my email newsletter sprinkled throughout the page.
12. Add the best plugins to quickly build an even better website.
When you use WordPress then you can customize the functions and look of your website even more to make it a better experience both for you and for your audience.
You do that by adding small programs called plugins to your website. Most of them are free.
Here are my 5 most valuable plugins that I use on my website (the first three can easily be found in the plugin area of your WordPress control panel):
  • Akismet – the more popular your website becomes the more spam comments your articles or posts will receive. This one keeps the spammers filtered away.
  • Fast Secure Contact Form – I use this on my contact page so people can email me but at the same time it prevents automatic spam emails from being sent to my inbox (you can in my experience get a lot of that if you don’t have a filter like this).
  • W3 Total Cache – Absolutely essential. This is a plugin that will make your website load faster and put less stress on your hosting account. It’s very important to have it to prevent your website from crashing when one of your articles or other content goes viral on social media or is mentioned on a popular website and many thousands of visitors may pour in quickly.
  • Easy Social Share Buttons – This one is the best social media plugin I have found. You use it for adding the buttons you see on just about every website so your readers can share your content on social media like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. A premium plugin but it only costs $14. Well worth it since it loads faster and looks better than the previous free ones I used to use.
  • Ninja Popups – The best $20 I’ve spent on my website in 2015. This one lets you create a popup windows that show up in front of your content and can help you readers to sign up for your newsletter, share your website on Facebook and many other things. It helps me to add about 30% more new email subscribers a day to my Positivity Newsletter. To not annoy people, be sure that his window is only shown once for each of your readers.
Keep the number of plugins you use down. The more you have the slower your website will load for your visitors.
And if a website is too sluggish then Google will not like it. And many new readers will just impatiently click the back button in their browser and go somewhere else online.
13. Think about security before you get hacked.
I didn’t and I got hacked several years ago because I used an old version of a plugin + an old version of WordPress. And it was a few very stressful days before I got it sorted out.
I would recommend not making my mistake. It will make your life a lot easier.
Here are 3 steps you can use to make your WordPress website more secure:
  • A better password + username. Do a bit of googling to find out how you can use a safer username and password for WordPress (and other logins you may have in your life).
  • Security plugins. You can find many free and highly rated plugins in your WordPress plugin panel that will help you to beef up the security.
  • Always keep your WordPress installation updated to the latest version. You only have to press a button and it just takes a few minutes. By doing so you avoid someone sneaking in through a security hole in an older version of the software.
14. Speed is becoming more and more important.
Nowadays speed is more important than ever. People surf the web via smartphones and other devices in record numbers and if you want to get them to read your website then you want to it to load quickly. Otherwise those potential readers will likely hit the back button and move on to someone else’s website.
How fast your website loads is even an important factor in how high your website will place in Google search results.
So it is critical to think about how you can get that speed of your website up.
Let me share a few tips that have helped me to get started with that:
  • Step 1: Go to Tools at Pingdom and put in your website address to see how many seconds it takes to load the website at this moment.
  • Step 2: Look at what is not that important and you can remove from the sidebar of your website. It could be badges from various sites, ads that bring in very little revenue or extra images that do not fill much of a function to your readers.
  • Step 3: Install the W3 Total Cache plugin as mentioned above. It will help you quite a bit with the speed of your website.
  • Step 4: Stop displaying how many likes you have. If you have like buttons on your posts from for example Facebook or LinkedIn that display how many likes/upvotes you have from each social media network then that can drag the load times down. I chose to stop displaying how many likes my posts got from each network and only kept the buttons. It made a big difference. You can also choose keep the number of likes but display buttons from fewer social sites, maybe just 2-3.
  • Step 5: Now go back to Tools at Pingdom and do another speed test. How much faster is your website now?
15. Know how to not run out of things to write about.
One of the most common questions I get when I met new people in real life and I tell them about what I do is this one:
“Don’t you run out of things to write about?”
Many aspiring bloggers have emailed me about this over the years and shared their worries and difficulties with this.
I have sometimes had trouble to come up with topics and content for new posts over the past 8 years but it has frankly not been a big issue overall.
Let me share some of the best tips that have helped to make the creation of new content into a relatively easy and fun process.
  • Always keep a capture device close by. Ideas can come to you at any time and if you don’t write them down then they can easily be forgotten and lost. So write down every idea for a blog post that you get and then evaluate if it’s a good and useable one later on. I use a memo app on my smart-phone for this when I am out and about. And my computer when I’m at home.
  • Find inspiration from books, movies and conversations. You can get many ideas for new posts by just keeping your mind open in your everyday life.
  • Keep reading and listening and pick up inspiration. Stay up to date and deepen your knowledge about your niche. Read books and blogs about it. Listen to podcasts and watch videos. When you have new ideas flowing into your mind each week and month you’ll come with new stuff yourself. Or combine what you have learned. Or you can share your experience with what you learned from someone else.
  • If you have already written a lot about a topic, zoom in on a smaller subtopic. I have written about happiness many times. But I have also taken out pieces from such posts about being grateful or overcoming perfectionism and expanded those subtopics into full and deep posts.
  • Write several posts about a certain topic. If you have written about the best fishing lures once then don’t be afraid to revisit the topic later on. People need reminders to get inspired and to take action. And you’ll learn more about the topic along the way and may have a slightly different view now that you can share. Plus, you’ll get new readers that haven’t read what you wrote a year ago.
16. Reminder: You don’t have to publish a new post each week.
Plenty of people have over the years said that you have to publish at least once a week to be competitive and to grow your audience. I didn’t say that but I did post a new article on my website nearly each week for years.
But some time ago I asked myself: could I spend more time on 1-2 posts, publish less often and still get new readers?
So I tried it. I scaled back to publishing only 2-3 times a month for several months (instead of my usual 4-5 times).
What happened? Well, the audience did not only grow. It grew faster.
Because I was going the extra mile more often and I was writing better and more in-depth articles. And so I got more new readers via Google search and had more hits that went viral on social media.
17. Write headlines that attract readers.
This can make a huge, huge difference for how many will actually read your content or listen to your podcasts.
If you don’t have a good or a great title then few people will have a look. No matter how good the content may be. So I suggest to do a bit of research on this topic. By doing so you’ll give all that effort you put into your content the best chance it can get.
A few of the best templates of sorts for attractive headlines that I have used over the years are:
  • How to X: 7 Simple/Effective/Powerful Steps (or Tips)
  • 7/10/21 Smart Ways to X.
  • The Quick and Simple Guide to X.
  • Famous Person’s Top 10 Tips for X.
18. Use images to create more attractive posts.
I like to start most of my articles with an appealing photo.
I think it sets an intriguing, positive or exciting tone for people before they even start reading the article.
It also helps an article to pop and to stick out if it’s shared on for example Facebook, Pinterest or other social sites. And that will help you to get more people to click and to read or listen to what you’ve created.
I like using Unsplash for many of my images. Flickr is good too, just remember to check the license for the image so it can be used for the purpose that you want it for (like for example in a commercial context).
19. Format for easy readability.
A big mass of text for a post can make a potential reader just sigh and turn around before they have read your first few paragraphs.
So break your text up instead.
Use bulletpoints. Images. Subtitles.
And lots of white space (more than you would use in a book or printed document since it is harder to read on a screen without getting tired compared to a book page).
Make your post easy to take in to both help your reader and yourself.
20. Get to know your readers even better by using a simple survey.
After you have been at it for a while and you have a small audience then one simple thing you can do to be ever more helpful and to increase your audience – and income – from your website is to use a simple survey.
You see, when I created my first e-book in 2010 then I just put together some material I thought could be good. The e-book did go on to sell well but that was mostly just luck. It could have bombed and I could have spent months on something with little income to show for it.
I highly recommend to not take such risks with your energy, time, motivation or income.
Nowadays I usually do an online survey from time to time for my readers.
I set it up at SurveyMonkey in 15 minutes or so. Then I put up a blog post and send an email about it where I ask my readers to just take two minutes to fill it in so that I can help them in an even better way.
I limit the surveys to just two questions so as many as possible will actually answer the questions.
The two questions I used in my most recent survey were:
  • What is the # 1 topic, problem or challenge would you like me to write an article/newsletter about? For this question I just leave an open text field where people can write whatever they want.
  • I am thinking about creating a new product. How interested would you be in these practical, step-by-step products? Here I list a number of e-courses I am interested in creating and let people tell me how interested they would be in these courses on a scale from 1-5.
My most recent survey helped me to write some of the most popular posts on my blog. It helped me to find out what courses I should focus on creating next.
Plus, it helped me to understand that even though I was quite interested in creating one course my audience’s interest in that course was very small.
So get to know your audience better. Not only by reading the emails and comments you get.
Put in a few minutes to create a simple survey and you’ll get great ideas for what content you should focus on creating.
21. Add a frequently asked questions section to your contact page.
When you have been at it for a few months then you may notice that the same questions are emailed to you over and over by your readers.
To decrease the amount of email you have to process from your readers – especially the ones you are just going to say no to most of the time anyway – simply write out and give an answer to each of the most common questions you get.
For me that’s for example if I publish guest posts, if I sell ads on my website and if I swap links.
I don’t do any of those things and this simple FAQ section on my contact page saves me quite a bit of time each year that I can use for writing and creating stuff instead.
22. Don’t be afraid to spend a bit to grow (don’t make the same mistake I did).
For the first few years of blogging I didn’t want to spend any money except if it was absolutely necessary.
I would recommend not making that mistake. Yes, hiring expensive developers or consultants for several thousands of dollars might not be what you need.
But always trying to go for the free or inexpensive option instead of investing a bit of money into better hosting, premium plugins and programs can really hold you back.
Not all of my investments into my website has paid off. But most have and in a very good way. In a way that has caused me to many times say to myself: “Wow, I should have spent that money years ago”.
Do your research to find the best services and products in your price range. And don’t be afraid to spend a bit of money to speed up the growth of your website.
23. Start planning further ahead.
I found that I got more traffic to my website and I did a better and smarter job when I started to not just plan for the coming weeks but for 3 months at a time and when I also added a rough 1 year plan.
Having to scramble for new content for your website is not a good long term plan if you want to truly add value to people’s lives and grow your audience.
But if you create a realistic plan for how much time you’ll have for creating for your website in the next 3 months and you fill that plan with what you think are good or great ideas for new posts or podcasts then you will start creating some true hits with readers or listeners (even if not all of those ideas will resonate as much with your audience as they may do with you).
If you have started to create a product of your own start adding time to work on that too to your 3-month schedule (and see how later parts of it can fit in into your rough 1 year plan).
And be prepared to revise both your 3 month and 1 year plan several time because, in my experience, you’ll discover things along the way that will either force you or inspire you to make new decisions.
24. Be patient and find a realistic road map.
Success rarely comes quite as quickly as we may like. No matter in what area of life.
And no matter what you do or dream about people will always have opinions and ideas. And that’s fine and just life.
But the important thing here is to be careful about who you listen to and whose advice you may take action on.
Learn from people who have actually done what you want to do. By doing so you can build a realistic roadmap and time table towards your own success.
A few blogs that have grown a lot, that are very successful and I have learned a lot from in recent years and that keep me up to date are for example Smart Passive Income by Pat Flynn and Quicksprout by Neil Patel.
25. Almost all people will be nice. So don’t let the fear of criticism hold you back.
When I started to write online I was often nervous or fearful about what people would think about my website or my latest post.
Now, first off, if a fear of being criticized is holding you back from starting your own blog then I can tell you that in my close to 9 years of blogging 97% or so of the comments and emails I have gotten have been positive and supportive.
If anything, starting a blog has added a ton of more support and kindness from people all around the world to my life that I did not have before.
So in my experience, there is little to fear. And much to gain.
But still, there will be criticism from time to time. And even nasty attacking emails popping up in your inbox.
What to do then? 3 tips that help me are:
Really listen to the criticism.
First, ask yourself: is there something here that I do not want to hear but that could help me to improve?
And if you like, ask the one critiquing a follow-up question or two.
There is not always something to learn but it is smart to at least keep your mind open so you do not miss opportunities.
And if a whole bunch of people share the same piece of criticism then always take time to really think things over.
Realize: Not all criticism you get is really about you.
It is easy to fall into the trap of thinking that as soon as anyone criticizes you then you are to blame and need to adjust how you do things.
But the truth is that a quite a few people are hurting. They might be angry about something. Perhaps they have had a bad day or year.
Or they have a job or marriage they hate.
So they lash out to release pent up negative emotions.
And you may just be in the wrong place at the wrong time to get a really angry or upset email or blog comment.
Don’t feed the trolls.
Some people will come in and just try to troll you or attack your via comments or email. It is not that common but it happens.
You don’t have to engage this person or play along. Just delete such a comment or email and move on to something else.
26. Write like you are writing to a friend.
This is a simple but very useful tip for setting right the tone, using the right language and to not get performance anxiety when the amount of regular readers start to add up.
Don’t look at a new post or newsletter as something going out to many people. Look at it and write it like it was going to just one friend of yours (I have sometimes also used the perspective of writing to my younger self).
27. Proofread your post out loud.
If you do then it becomes so much easier to see if a sentence needs some restructuring or to catch a missing word or letter in your text before you publish.
I highly recommend doing this one to get a better flow in your text and to reduce the number of mistakes.
28. Check statistics, social media and inboxes late in your day or hour of work.
No matter if you do this full-time or just an hour a week I would recommend to focus on creating first during the time you have available each week.
And to wait with checking social media, your inboxes etc. to the end of your work hour or work day. Do what matters the most for the growth of your website first to actually get that important work done and to not get lost in procrastination on Facebook or Instagram.
29. Don’t clutter the website.
Know what is most important and what you want your readers to focus on. Don’t confuse them with too many options or a messy layout. Eliminate what is not essential.
For me the most important things are:
  • Email subscribers.
  • My premium courses.
  • Social sharing.
30. Be real.
Share both your mistakes and your successes.
Don’t just try to paint a rosy and perfect picture of yourself.
I write a lot about my failures, bad habits I used to have and how things do not always go perfectly.
And I think it’s a strength if you can find that balance and be more human and real. Because people will trust and listen to you more.
That’s at least what I do when someone shares her ups and downs and what she has learned.

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Michaela Šedová said...

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Janice Wald said...

I wanted you to know I linked to your post today in Tip #42. If you could share it, that would be great.

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