What happens to your sites when you can’t work on them? [Here’s what happens to mine]
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What happens to your sites when you can’t work on them? [Here’s what happens to mine]

I spent most of July in bed, recovering from a bad back episode. And yet my business kept chugging along, with traffic and revenue reaching record highs. Here's how I make sure my websites keep growing even when I'm away from my desk.

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Should you choose a niche that you love?

If you're new to web publishing, you may have already heard that you should blog about what you love. But is that really the case? Choosing a niche that you're passionate about has its advantages, but it can be risky too. Here's why.

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Web Publishing Notes October 2019

We're a week into November and I'm only now publishing the web notes roundup for October. I actually had a Chrome window with various interesting blog posts that I had…

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Web Publishing Notes – August 2019

Time for this month's round-up of interesting posts about web publishing. The included posts are the ones that are most relevant to me and my business strategy. These are actually…

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Are WordPress Plugins Really Worth The Hassle?

"What hassle?" I hear you asking. They're wordpress plugins! They're the best and awesomest thing in the world. They are every blogger's little helpers, optimizing for SEO, enabling social sharing, cleaning…

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