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How To Get Over 1k Facebook Fans With Your Blog

  From the this blog's humble beginnings Facebook has been my go-to social network. Because I am always travelling, I use the website to connect with my......
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  • Sabina
    Sabina 3 hours ago
    Thanks so much for all the comments, everyone - I'm so glad you're finding the post useful! Don't make me blush ;)
  • JP Chartier
    JP Chartier 3 hours ago
    What a great article! I see why you have so many likes, you write fantastic stuff!! Glad we've connected, I look forward to more of your awesome articles.
  • Jenny Freedman @ A Taste of Travel
    Jenny Freedman @ A... 11 hours ago
    Great tips thank you!
  • Sabina
    Sabina 12 hours ago
    Glad you guys enjoyed this post, always happy to help! So happy I was able to share some new information with you :)
  • Ken Kai
    Ken Kai 15 hours ago
    Commented and scheduled for a tweet.

    Absolutely terrific article Sabina. Love it. Highlighting posts was new to me, so thanks a lot for that information! This will work well. :)
  • Ruthie Turner
    Ruthie Turner 16 hours ago
    Thanks for the Facebook tips!
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    OKC Pet Expo is August 23rd|@amazingpetexpo

    The next Amazing Pet Expo is on  THIS Saturday, August  23rd in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.   I have never been to Oklahoma so I can't wait to explore all the great......
  • Preston Speaks
    Preston Speaks 15 hours ago
    Amy I didn't realized you lived here! We are already in town (Brad works for Dell and is working from their offices in OKC this week). So far we have visited Louie on the lake and then got a stern talking to by some lady at a dog park for not having some special OKC rabies tag on Preston lol. Tomorrow we are taking Preston to the midsummer night arts festival. So sad we will miss you this trip :-(
  • Amy Shojai, CABC
    Amy Shojai, CABC 15 hours ago
    Awesome! Wish I'd paid attention and known in advance, now I've got a conflict. Have fun!
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    Swimming in Wonderful Robin Williams Streams of Consciousness

    When I conduct brainstormings (and even when I’m looking for ideas) I find that one of the biggest enemies is the internal censor that each of us has.  I’m sure......
  • Michael Plishka
    Michael Plishka 14 hours ago
    Pretty much, Donald! I've seen so many people who are afraid to share ideas because they're not good enough. When people take time to really pay attention to their thoughts and ideas, they often are surprised how easily they judge ideas when they first bubble up.
  • Donald McLeman
    Donald McLeman 1 day ago
    Hi, I clean forgot what I was going to say. Good video. The point that stood out in the article for me was don't jettison things or there won't be anything for good ideas to grow out of.
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    Mexico or Europe, where would you go?

    Aside from that the beaches of the Yucatan look amazing and although I am in Hawaii the beaches really don't hold a candle to the beaches there.  We have really been......
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  • Bohemian Mom
    Bohemian Mom 19 hours ago
    Hmm, lots to think of. We don;t worry about travel advisories but I suppose it is something to consider. I do lean towards Europe myself:)
  • Hannah Logan
    Hannah Logan 20 hours ago
    I'm a Europe girl 100%. A big part of that though is the problems that Mexico has been having lately in terms of other travellers- especially Canadians. We frequently see travel advisories against visiting the country which is sad because I would love to go one day. Hopefully things clear up soon.
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  • Erin Bender @ Travel With Bender
    Erin Bender @... 22 hours ago
    Mexico.
  • Pamela Morse
    Pamela Morse 1 day ago
    Europe. I will never go to Mexico again...I spent many years there, when it was good.
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    Himalayan Char Dham Part 5 - Badrinath

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  • Madhava N
    Madhava N 1 day ago
    Himalayan Char Dham - Bardrinath & Mana

    Badrinath temple is one of Sapta Badri (7 Badri temples). Legend has it that this temple will have no access in some years and completely covered by Nara-Narayana Mountain range. The Lord Badrinath will move to the Bhavishya Badri temple in Tapovan near Joshimath.

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  • Madhava N
    Madhava N 1 day ago
    Himalayan Char Dham - Bardrinath & Mana

    Badrinath temple is one of Sapta Badri (7 Badri temples). Legend has it that this temple will have no access in some years and completely covered by Nara-Narayana Mountain range. The Lord Badrinath will move to the Bhavishya Badri temple in Tapovan near Joshimath.

    Read on the blog for more...
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    6 impressive wordpress facts

    wordpress facts, 6 impressive facts about WordPress wordpress facts If you own and maintain a website or blog, chances are good that it’s built on WordPress. Just how......
  • Berrie Pelser (SEO)
    Berrie Pelser (SEO) 1 day ago
    6 impressive wordpress facts, an infographic: http://hosting.ber-art.nl/impressive-wordpress-facts/ via @BerriePelser - #WordPress
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    Garlic Dill Pickles Canning #Recipe & Tips

    The fresh snap and crunch of a pickle is my favorite sandwich companion.  My family and guests seem to agree as every year I find myself having to can more and more!......
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    Kecia 17 hours ago
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    Oriana Romero 1 day ago
    Shared and SU.
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    Shanaka Brown 1 day ago
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    Top Secret Facts You Need to Know About Your Kids School

    Photo by Todd Petrie You drop your children off at school in the morning, then go on your merry little way…but do you really know what goes on at that school?  Do you......
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    My 10 Impressions of New York City As a Costa Rican

    I recently had the opportunity to go to the Affiliate Summit in New York City, and it was my first time in the big apple. After more than 10 years without visiting the......
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 2 days ago
    Hi Yeison, Ditto on what Kelli said...oh BTW, Kelli is like your Sammi, to you ;) We grew up by NYC. Awesome spot, like no where on earth but I'd also pick Costa Rica over NYC for its beauty and for its peaceful vibe. Tweeting through Triberr.
  • Kelli Cooper
    Kelli Cooper 2 days ago
    Hi
    As someone who grew up close to New York City and spent much time there, I am very familiar with the area. And as someone who travels a lot to so many different places, I can totally see how many aspects would appear to someone who has never been there. It truly is a great city, and can be exciting and overwhelming at the same time. I don't think I would want to live there either--too expensive and a bit busy. Just going in to visit is enough for me. I would pick Costa Rica any day!
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    Top 5 Homeschool Classroom Essentials

    Whether you are a seasoned homeschooler or you are giving it your first “go” this year, with the school year quickly approaching we are all gearing up and getting......
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    What is the Real Reason You are Not Getting Traffic to Your Website?

    Recently I had a conversation with a client who was concerned about the traffic he is not getting on his website. It's completely understandable!!! He has a fantastic......
  • Brittany Bullen
    Brittany Bullen 11 hours ago
    Don,

    I know we already talked about this, but I just wanted to say again how much I appreciated these tips. SEO is such a moving target, it's so smart to start thinking about traffic in a new, more authentic way. Thank goodness, right? It's better for the consumer and the business owner, in my opinion.

    Talk to you soon!
  • Sue Anne Dunlevie
    Sue Anne Dunlevie 1 day ago
    So enjoyed this! Sharing now.
    Sue
  • Catherine Holt
    Catherine Holt 1 day ago
    Love this post Don. Basically to get traffic to your website you have to get off your but and go get it!! Google is not going to just suddenly send lots of traffic your way out of no-where!
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    Brunswick Stew Recipe

    One of my favorite winter dishes, aside from my smoky beef and bean chili, is Brunswick stew. If you aren’t from the South, you might not have had the pleasure of......
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    34 Things You Probably Didn't Know about Me (Plus Fun Fiji Pictures and a Blogging Lesson for You)

    34 Things You Probably Didn’t Know about Me (Plus Fun Fiji Pictures and a Blogging Lesson for You) Author: Ryan Biddulph August 20,......
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  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 8 hours ago
    Brittany, great idea. Doing so can help you generate some nice buzz. Thanks so much, and enjoy your weekend...and thanks again for sharing your review of my ebook!
  • Brittany Bullen
    Brittany Bullen 11 hours ago
    Ryan, I love that you wrote this. I was just reading Kevin Duncan's recent post on anecdotes and I think this one's kinda similar-- which is a great thing!

    I've been thinking about including a CTA in one/more of my blog posts about leaving reviews on my eBook as well. Thanks for the reminder!
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 20 hours ago
    Thanks so much Catherine, appreciate it.
  • Catherine Holt
    Catherine Holt 1 day ago
    Always great to learn a bit more about you Ryan. Sharing now :-)
  • Ryan Biddulph
    Ryan Biddulph 2 days ago
    KC, appreciated as always. You're doing the same over at Live Life Made to Order, telling some wonderful stories interjected with wisdom. Thanks so much for sharing.
  • Kelli Cooper
    Kelli Cooper 2 days ago
    This was a really great post Ryan...gave people a chance to get to know you better, but as always, it contained some golden nuggets of wisdom to achieve blogging success.
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    Running on Fumes: Hidden Danger for Successful Entreprneurs

    "These doors have black spots on them! We can't deliver them like this," the Artist said. It was Wednesday evening. Our six a.m. flight to San Diego left on Friday. We......
  • Eric Deeter
    Eric Deeter 2 days ago
    Thanks, Jeff. The older I get the more I have less candle in the middle when both ends are burning.
  • Jeff Sieh
    Jeff Sieh 2 days ago
    Great reminder Eric! I've burnt the candle at both ends many times myself.
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    What to do when friends & family don't support your writing career

    It may come as a shock to you, but some people care very little about the world of blogging. They simply have no inclination to engage with the online world. Unless......
  • Kelli Cooper
    Kelli Cooper 2 days ago
    Hi Denise
    I started my new blog several months ago and I have gotten some good feedback from friends and people on Facebook who I knew personally at one point who tell me they really like my content and find it inspiring. I too was reluctant to share on my personal facebook page because that was full of people who knew me in 'real life' and for some reason, I had that inkling of caring what they would think, but based on the feedback I'm glad I did put it up because it is obviously helping several people.
    . My mother and sister have yet to mention a word about it to me so i have no idea if they read it or not though they obviously know about it because I do post my links on Facebook..it is about personal development and I know that really isn't something that interests them so I wouldn't be surprised if they didn't and for this reason, it doesn't bother me.
    Whether it is blogging or any other type of non-traditional venture, it can be tough when you feel like your family isn't supportive or they just don't get it, but we just have to realize that it's not personal, and keep doing what we feel is right for us.
  • Bruce Sallan
    Bruce Sallan 2 days ago
    Ahhhh, counting on "friends and family" to "support" your writing career is FOOLISH - first, you will alienate many/most of them and second THEY DON'T CARE and third you need many more people than "friends and family" for your writing career to succeed! The less you ask of them the happier YOU will be and the LESS disappointed YOU will be. Let them ask YOU about it...let them feel left out!
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