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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?”  (part 3)
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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?” (part 3)

    This is the third part of a series. You can read the second part of blogging advice here and the first section of blogging advice here. By now you've begun to pick up on my hints that the top priority of successful blogging is regular doses of quality content. No tricks, no shortcuts, no magic ...

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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?” (Part 2)
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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?” (Part 2)

If you're just joining us from a search engine or another blog, this is the second post in a weekly series on blogging advice. You can find the first part of blogging tips back there a week ago. I've written an earlier post on starting a blog, but today I'm going to add more ideas. This is probably going to go slop ...

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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?”
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“So Nords, why are you still blogging?”

  Thanks for reading The-Military-Guide.com! I've blogged for nearly 18 months, and we just had our second-highest month yet-- 9400 hits! Sure, last August was higher because of the book's release and a guest post on a popular blog. (My hits died right off after that month.) Last month was noteworthy for a ...

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Update to “Just Write It”
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Update to “Just Write It”

I'm writing my first post from our new familyroom. The construction is finished and 99% of the interior painting is done, so yesterday my spouse and I spent a couple of hours moving back in. (We bribed a neighbor's teen at $10/hour to help us haul the boxes and move the big pieces of furniture.)  For the last four ...

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Just write it.
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Just write it.

I've only been blogging for 13 months, but I've been writing on deadline for over three decades. Many of you servicemembers are keenly familiar with the system of "liberty-dependent routing" for point papers, requests, or other paperwork. But otherwise, you might find it difficult to write-- especially on your own ...

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Book report: Dilemmas of Family Wealth
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Book report: Dilemmas of Family Wealth

      Judy Martel was a senior editor at BankRate (a partner of Dollar Stretcher).  She still blogs about financial news for the site. Her book "The Dilemmas of Family Wealth"  was published by Bloomberg over five years ago. However, the stories she tells are timeless and fascinating ...

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Book Review: “Get Rich Click!”
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Book Review: “Get Rich Click!”

A few months ago I was offered a chance to moderate a tiny part of the Dollar Stretcher community in Military Family Finances.  I highly recommend Dollar Stretcher's weekly e-mail, and their website is a treasure trove of personal financial tips. One of the perks of being a Dollar Stretcher moderator is the ...

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“So, Nords, how did you start blogging?”
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“So, Nords, how did you start blogging?”

A friend's e-mail inspired this post. They asked: "How did you get started?" "What software/host do you use?" "Is there an understandable how-to out there for the non-technical?" I've only been blogging for 18 weeks and the blog is slowly gaining traction.  You readers are contributing 50-60 views per day, and the ...

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