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Latest Blog Posts from Graham Jones

Define your audience to boost your blog

Take a look at today's newspapers and you will see a striking difference. The Guardian has the headline "David Cameron to delay Trident replacement" - blaming the Prime Minister himself for an action which Guardian readers probably perceive as negative. Meanwhile,...

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Actions speak louder than words on your blog

Sir Norman WisdomPicture Courtesy: Charles Roberts/Online Transport Archive The sad news that Sir Norman Wisdom has passed away at the ripe old age of 95 marks the end of an era. The days of the slapstick, knock-about, physical comedian are largely gone. Even the...

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Why you need to constantly promote your blog

You must promote your blog to make people think you have loads of readers Parents of burger-eating children could teach bloggers a thing or to, it seems. New research shows that when people are exposed to fast food advertising they believe that more people are eating...

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Your business blog needs to be written for children

How quickly can you read? Do you actually read every word and savour it? Or do you just zip through the material, absorbing as much as you can? Reading is such an everyday skill, we tend to ignore it. However, it is fundamental to the success of your website or blog....

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Tweeting your blog is not enough for traffic

If you use a URL shortening script, such as Yourls, you can see "live" the people clicking on anything you add to Twitter. The statistical information reveals that within a second of posting your Tweet you get almost all of the click throughs from what you post on...

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Do you really understand the online world?

How much do you really understand the ins-and-outs of Twitter? Can you, hand on heart, say you know exactly how your website works? And are you able to delve into the depths of your email system to ensure you get no spam? The chances are you know what these things are...

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How not to read everything you need to online

Berliners are celebrating today the 20th Anniversary of the collapse of "The Wall". That great dividing line between East and West was beaten down by ordinary people - and probably you have a "flashbulb" memory of where you were and what you were doing when the news...

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Don't read this you'll hate it

Oh, you decided to read anyway. Strange isn't it? You see a negative headline and you go straight on to read the article below. You may even have clicked on the headline to get here in the first place. Why? You were told not to read it...! Like so many other people...

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Five ways to get more blog readers

Getting more people to read your blog is essential if you wish to continue to grow your business. And now is just the right time to try and increase your readership. That's because everyone is back at their desk after the summer hols and it's the time of year when...

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Why Twitter has made a $40m mistake buying Tweetdeck

So, after all the rumours and speculation Twitter has bought Tweetdeck for a whopping $40m. Big mistake chaps. If you didn't already know it, Tweetdeck is an application for managing social network information, in particular Twitter. On its own, Twitter is pretty much...

Technorati is useful to your site

Technorati is a good tool for bloggers. Once you have "claimed" your site by inserting a special code into your website, such as 5TWJWKRBE82K, you'll find that your blog is found by more and more people. So as an aid to traffic generation, you should not ignore...

How to remember everything you want to online

Your brain is immense and is capable of some fantastic things. It starts working a long time before you are even born and only stops working, it seems, when you want to recall a vital piece of information - usually, embarrassingly, in front of other people. Luckily,...

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