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Tumblr’s Most Wanted: How To Add A “Related Posts” Function To Your Tumblr Blog

Cross-promotion of articles within a blog is one of the strongest generators of website traffic. One of the biggest shortcomings of the Tumblr platform is the absence of a feature highlighting ‘related posts’ on a blog. Something that steers readers towards content they may like based on what they are currently reading on your website. …

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Seen, Not Heard: What We Learned From Reggie Rose’s Unwitting Kamikaze Job on Derrick Rose

“Reggie Rose, brother of Derrick Rose, criticized the Chicago Bulls for being unable to put enough quality players around him to compete for a title. Reggie Rose, who stated he was speaking for himself, said it could be a “big factor” in whether his brother returns from his ACL injury this season. “What have you …

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Sometimes, It’s Best Just to Start Over

A name change is one of the most effective ways of distancing one’s company from a checkered past. The infrastructure remains the same, but you can mold your new public persona to your liking.   Get it over with

I Did An Interview For A Website For Authors

Here’s the interview: http://www.sellingbooks.com/kene-erike-no-doesnt-always-mean-no/ Check it out. Here’s the book: https://justtaptheglass.com/report

All Publicity is NOT Good Publicity

“All publicity is good publicity.” A long-standing cliche, but it’s simply not true. If you are vying for a spot on a reality show or running a business where any mention in the public eye spreads the word about your business, then any notoriety is beneficial. However, if your business or organization is predicated on …

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