Did you miss the first #BlogEngage Twitter Chat? Have no fear, the archive slideshow is shown, below. Granted, #BlogEngage had a very chatty group, and there are over 400 slides to view, but you can experience the whole chat and use the arrows to go forward and back at your leisure. To read a summary article, visit #BlogEngage Twitter Chat Kick-Off Summary.
And, to keep up-to-date on the #BlogEngage Twitter Chat schedule, including upcoming topics, guest, and Q&A, please visit #BlogEngage Weekly Twitter Chat. All updates will be posted on that page, so that you know what to expect.
Transcript/Archive Slideshow: below and here.
Summary Article: #BlogEngage Twitter Chat Kick-Off Summary.
Upcoming Information: #BlogEngage Twitter Chat
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Google is at it again. Last summer it was and this spring it is Penguin. The giant search engine is always trying to stay one step ahead of Internet marketers. Many Internet marketers were hit pretty hard with this latest Penguin update. Instead of going into detail about what the Penguin update exactly is, this article will explore 3 quick and easy ways that you can make the most of the latest update.
The following is an article by Deborah Anderson, SocialWebCafe.com, published on Blog Engage.
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The Blog Engage $650 Guest Blogging Contest #2
I love writing. I love blogging. Writing is not a new thing. In fact, I’ve been writing since I was just a wee one and used to use, yes, pen and paper! I would buy those beautiful journals that had nice book bindings and paintings on the front and pick a different topic per day and write and write and write. Ok, it wasn’t bad for a kid, but I’ve come a long way since the color crayon days!
No matter how much one may love writing, there comes a time when you sit and stare at the screen and wonder what to write about. For some of us, this may be less frequent, and for shorter periods of time, and it may vary, during periods and seasons of our lives. However, most writers can say they have experienced, at the least, momentary writer’s block, or as I have written it, “Blogger’s Block.”
One of my favorite activities (and yet, she says, she does not partake often enough!) are blogging contests.