Kim Headlee21 hours ago
For post titles containing a Twitter handle (the "@whatever"), you want to make sure the @whatever falls within the first 100 or so characters so that it's not chopped off by Triberr. That way the person whose handle is @whatever can see all the shares in their Twitter notifications. :)
Casey Cromwell1 day ago
It can definitely be difficult. I have two "invisible" illnesses - celiac disease and fibromyalgia - and people often don't understand how hard living with a chronic illness can be.
Kryssie Fortune.2 days ago
I think sometimes they do. My heart valve collapsed but afterward I looked fine. People forgot. Then my thyroid went into overdrive. A horrid situation but not a visible thing like a cold. All but my closest friends though I was trying to pull a fast one. Broken limbs and runny noses get sympathy and understanding. Unseen diseases, whether mental or physical, get brushed under the carpet
Bhupinder thakur11 hours ago
True. Briefly in context to optimize for SEO:
1. Do a long tail keyword research
2. Add keyword in page title, h1 tag and first sentence of blog.
3. Customize your url, keep it short, remove stop words
Elizabeth Keene16 hours ago
NO, the corgis would not get the mouse. They would not even care that there was a mouse. I know this because we have had a mouse (or two) and not even the cats gave a flip. My husband is terrified of them, too. :) Thanks for letting yours go back to the outdoors!
rajeshwalecha18 hours ago
OMG ! Jacquie Biggar,I didn't know about it, when I read the comment of Mimi on your post,I came to know about your accident.I'm really very sorry.Take good care of yourself and Get well soon.