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Multiply Your Email Subscribers Like Rabbits (with this simple trick) #smallbiz #bloggingtips

In this post I am going to show you why your list is not growing as fast as it could be. Learn how to accelerate your email list growth with one simple trick. And more......
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  • Carolyn Nicander Mohr
    Carolyn Nicander... 7 hours ago
    You change my mind completely, Ashley. Well done.
  • Raquel @ Organized Island
    Raquel @ Organized... 14 hours ago
    I like the concept and makes it so less annoying for the reader. Thanks for the tips!
  • Drew Goldberg
    Drew Goldberg 1 day ago
    Wow this is so helpful! I have lots of optin forms on my sidebars, but no one ever clicks them! Thanks so much for this comprehensive guide :)
  • Nathan Ambrose
    Nathan Ambrose 2 days ago
    Thanks for the info, Ashley. Commented on the blog, and tweeting through Triberr.
  • Jeff Sieh
    Jeff Sieh 2 days ago
    Love you image style Ashley. Going to be featuring your pins on an upcoming Manly Monday episode!
  • Ashley F
    Ashley F 2 days ago
    thanks guys, glad you enjoyed it!
  • Adrian Jock
    Adrian Jock 2 days ago
    Very funny headline LOL One of the best I've recently read :)
  • Avery K Tingle
    Avery K Tingle 2 days ago
    I have to admit I've always been skeptical about pop-ups. I don't like them myself, but I see more and more people touting their success with them. Do you know if they can be implemented on blogger?
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    CarolAmato.com Celebrates 4 Years

    Four years ago today I started CarolAmato.com, and I’m so thankful for the wonderful friends I’ve made along the way, and for my successes – I am definitely......
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  • Sue Anne Dunlevie
    Sue Anne Dunlevie 19 hours ago
    WhoooHooooo!
  • Don Purdum
    Don Purdum 2 days ago
    Congratulations Carol on such a great achievement!!!!
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 2 days ago
    Well done Carol - I just passed my 5-years on Twitter BD! Hard to believe how ubiquitous all this stuff is in our lives (now)!
  • Harleena Singh
    Harleena Singh 2 days ago
    Congratulations and celebrations, Carol. Wishing you every success for years to come :)
  • Brenda Lee
    Brenda Lee 2 days ago
    Congratulations Carol! That's so awesome! Keep up the good work!
  • Lisa Buben
    Lisa Buben 2 days ago
    Congratulations Carol, that is awesome. This morning I was going through broken links and found many bloggers no longer had their sites up anymore. Time for you to celebrate this one!
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    I'm an Ethical Author... Are You??? #EthicalAuthor #ASMSG #MFRWAuthor

    #ethicalauthor An Author Program Facilitated by the Alliance of Independent Authors (“Author” being any writer who has published a long-form work of fiction or......
  • N. N. Light
    N. N. Light 15 hours ago
    Thanks Brenda, I found it online and thought it was worth sharing. I have always been an ethical author. Now I have a cute badge to support my beliefs.

    Hey Kim, I agree with you on the reciprocal reviews. I must have missed that one. When I review something, I give my honest opinion, no matter what. While I try to find positives, if a book is not to my liking, I will explain why. I will not use attacking words but will be truthful. It's all I ask from people who review my book, Princess of the Light. :)
  • Kim Headlee
    Kim Headlee 17 hours ago
    Most of these points are excellent. I do take exception to the code developers' position on one clause, however: reciprocal reviews. I have been a professional reviewer (i.e., I was paid by a magazine to write reviews, which I did for movies and stage plays, as well as books), and as such I believe that the practice of reciprocal reviews is borderline unethical at best -- though I understand why authors are attracted to the concept in this climate of needing to distinguish our works by the sheer volume of reviews they engender. And, that said, I do on rare occasions review works for friends, but it's a slippery slope for me. (Many of my professional reviews are reprinted with permission via my Goodreads author account, if you're curious. I am usually =very= tough but, I like to think, fair. :)
  • Brenda Lee
    Brenda Lee 20 hours ago
    Absolutely I am! I think this is a fabulous idea!
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    Hiking the Stunning Swallow Grotto at Taroko National Park in Taiwan

    Taroko National Parks, one of nine national parks in Taiwan is hailed by many as the most beautiful place in the country and is without a doubt the most visited. With a......
  • Mytanfeet
    Mytanfeet 2 days ago
    It is - it's gorgeous! Perfect to enjoy the outdoors
  • VroomVroomVroom
    VroomVroomVroom 2 days ago
    Agree with JP. Looks like a wonderful place to take a holiday.
  • JP Chartier
    JP Chartier 3 days ago
    What a wonderful place! I love the bridge :)
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    Piracy and Effect (See what I did there?)

    I'm not going to go on some long ranting diatribe about piracy, torrent sites, cockroaches, and so on. I'm not going to call names, point fingers, post links, or mutter......
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  • elodie parkes
    elodie parkes 13 hours ago
    Totally empathize. My work is pirated so much I've given up trying to fight it. Great post.
  • Susan Coletta
    Susan Coletta 21 hours ago
    WOW. The nerve of some people.
  • Bethany-Kris
    Bethany-Kris 22 hours ago
    Thanks. I thought it was a different way of saying something that keeps get repeated,, but no one seems to hear. Thought I'd put my two cents in there as well.
  • Kayelle Allen
    Kayelle Allen 2 days ago
    Oh boy do I ever hear you on this. Well said.
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    5 Reasons Why You Should Eat at McDonald's in Every Country

    I bet that many of you just read the title of this post and you think that I am crazy.  Especially coming from a guy like me, who obsesses over eating the most local......
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  • Divergent Travelers
    Divergent Travelers 14 minutes ago
    I love this!! One of our favorite things to do is pop into McDonald's and check out the local take on things! :)
  • Tea Was Here
    Tea Was Here 21 hours ago
    if you are ever in the Netherlands try the McKroket :D
  • Drew Goldberg
    Drew Goldberg 1 day ago
    Shobha that is so true!!
    Mei and Kerstin- Yes and especically in my rural village in Korea, I sometimes crave a Big Mac! Thanks for your comments :)
  • Shobha George
    Shobha George 2 days ago
    My friend would swear the apple pies in Europe were better than those in the US because they were still deep frying. I know people who swing by McD's when they are feeling homesick!
  • Mei and Kerstin
    Mei and Kerstin 2 days ago
    Interesting post! Although we're huge (local) food lovers, we sometimes go to McDonald's... especially when we were students in Paris. If not for a burger, then at least for a drink (drinks are very expensive in Paris as you might know it already), and for free wifi of course. By the way, Spanish McDonald's used to serve gazpacho! I wonder if they still have it on their menu... :D
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    5 Important Reasons to Keep a Journal

      "If you're serious about becoming a wealthy, powerful, sophisticated, healthy, influential, cultured and unique individual, keep a journal. Don't trust your......
  • Andrea
    Andrea 13 hours ago
    Great article! Especially great to write a journal to reduce stress:)
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  • Andrea
    Andrea 13 hours ago
    Great article!
  • Alli Polin
    Alli Polin 21 hours ago
    I don't journal so I love reading about the reasons to start the habit...
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    5 Delightful Responses For People Who Complain, Criticize, And Hate On Your Blog by @OlyviaMedia

      By Erika Madden | Featured Contributor   Does responding to negative blog comments scare you? Anger you? Give you an itchy delete button? How do you go about......
  • John Yeoman
    John Yeoman 2 days ago
    This is excellent advice, Erika. (And I posted this comment at your blog.) In my youth, I ran the Complaints Dept at a big UK retailer. The complaints sequence was: I hear what you say, I understand your feelings, in your place I’d feel exactly the same, and here’s what I’m going to do to address the issue. Immediately. But we should never say ‘You’re right’. That makes the vendor legally liable.

    But some complainants/trolls can never be placated. At that point, we go into Broken Record: ‘Thank you for your response. I refer you to my last communication’.

    Ultimately, silence is the cruelest weapon to inflict upon a troll. They’ll trot off to find another victim
  • Kayelle Allen
    Kayelle Allen 2 days ago
    excellent advice for any blogger. haters are out there. good to have a plan for handling them.
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    Fallen is a Featured Read at Wattpad

    Fallen Is love enough to make a bad vampire turn good? Samantha Erikson is a vampire with one mission: to rule the world. She’s spent decades winning over the......
  • Stacy Claflin
    Stacy Claflin 18 hours ago
    Thank you, Brenda! I'm thrilled to have been picked. :)
  • Brenda Lee
    Brenda Lee 18 hours ago
    Congratulations Stacy! That's fabulous!
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    The Sexiest Male Travelers Alive 2014

    Last week, People Magazine, announced it's list for Sexiest Man Alive 2014, a title which went to the incredibly hunky Australian movie star Chris Hemsworth. And while......
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  • Katie McGrain
    Katie McGrain 1 day ago
    Love this post...such a good idea!! Very funny and gave me a few more blogs to follow!
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  • Katie McGrain
    Katie McGrain 1 day ago
    Love this!
  • Mary Lansing
    Mary Lansing 2 days ago
    This is AWESOME! As if I didn't want to be a Travel Writer already! ;) I actually have known Robert from Leave Your Daily Hell since before his page took off. Incredible the success hes had!
  • VroomVroomVroom
    VroomVroomVroom 2 days ago
    Cannot stop laughing, but honestly, quite well done! Will send this to my co-workers.
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    A Thanksgiving Love Letter to Writers...and the Indie Revolution

    My blog posts are usually for readers, not writers, but in the light of the coming Thanksgiving holiday I thought I’d make a bit of an exception. That’s not to say......
  • Victoria Dougherty
    Victoria Dougherty 12 hours ago
    Amen, Pauline. What is great about new authors is that they don't know how good they have it. True, we have to learn the art of social media, but it's better than someone else having control over your career, i.e. if your book bombs.
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  • Victoria Dougherty
    Victoria Dougherty 12 hours ago
    Amen, Pauline!
  • Pauline Baird Jones
    Pauline Baird Jones 16 hours ago
    A very lovely letter and so true! I came into this in the bad old days when it was common to hear other authors say, "Why should I train my replacement?" It is indeed a glorious time to be writer and a reader.
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    Top Things to Do in Panama City, Panama

    Pinterest has captivated me. I'm spending a whole lot of time on its travel boards pinning places to go, food to eat, things to do. You name it, if it's travel or food......
  • Linda Bibb
    Linda Bibb 8 hours ago
    Thank you so much! I had fun with it, creating everything to be Pinterest friendly, which is new for me.
  • VroomVroomVroom
    VroomVroomVroom 20 hours ago
    Simply GORGEOUS photos! Sharing with our followers on Twitter via Triberr.
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    Skip Black Friday and go Eco-Friendly Instead

    Every year, I hear about "Black Friday". Not about great bargains or companies offering folks a helping hand, but rather about customers physically fighting over a......
  • Small Footprints
    Small Footprints 3 days ago
    Thank you, Myra! I appreciate it! :-)
  • Myra Caballero
    Myra Caballero 3 days ago
    Excellent post full of great ideas and information!
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    New #Book Release ~ SOLEIL by @LainieSuzanne ~ The Nexus Series #2

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  • LoveBites AndSilk
    LoveBites AndSilk 18 hours ago
    It is very classy. Thank you for commenting, Brenda. Enjoy your day.
  • Brenda Lee
    Brenda Lee 20 hours ago
    I love this cover. Very classy!
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    Traffic Lights Turn Fog into Colorful Visions

    Something about a foggy day tends to mystify the mind. German photographer Lucas Zimmermann's new Traffic Lights series achieves that same effect using clever colors and......
  • Leslie Moon
    Leslie Moon 2 days ago
    The right amount of fog can have some cool distortions.
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