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How to Be Found on Google Today, 17 Powerful Tools

All you ever wanted to know about how to use Google resources! Thanks, Chris, for reblogging.

Have you used any of these? Which ones should we focus on?

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This post offers a description of 19 Google tools and explains how they will help website creators get their sites found on search engines.

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My Inerview is up at Don Massenzio’s site. Go admire my sweet Paddy!

Paddy, my horse.Check out my writer’s interview, now available at Don Massenzio’s site! This was a lot of fun to write.

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7 Blogging Misconceptions (For Beauty, Book, Food Bloggers & More!)

What would you add to this list of misconceptions about blogging? I found it reassuring: I’m not doing everything wrong! Reblogged on WordPress.com

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All About Google+ For Writers | Savvy Book Writers

It looks as if it’s time to get serious about Google+. Let me know of your experiences with this platform. What do you find works best?

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More than 625,000 People join Google+ EVERY DAY, according to Digital Buzz and Huffington Post statistics.  Before I even joined Twitter, GooglePlus (Google+) was my first Social Media network of c…

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Tech Tips for Writers #116: How to Screenshot

In addition to the very helpful hints in this post about taking screen shots from Jacqui Murray, Mac users can try the Grab utility. The only real advantage I see to Grab is that it opens your shot in a separate window so that you don’t have to hunt for it on your desktop. However, this process is faster than opening Grab from your Go–>Utilities menu. Enjoy!

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Tech Tips for Writers is an (almost) weekly post on overcoming Tech Dread. I’ll cover issues that friends, both real-time and virtual, have shared. Feel free to post a comment about a question you have. I’ll cover it in a future Tip.

Q: I need to take a screenshot with my Chromebook.

Here’s the shortkey: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the Window Switcher key. The screenshot is placed on the clipboard and in the download folder. If you have trouble finding the Download file, click Alt+Shift+M to open the File Manager. Download will be one of the options on the left sidebar.

In case you use a different digital device, here are the screenshot shortkeys for other platforms:

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A Great Site on Increasing Blog Traffic. World, Look Out!

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I enjoy creating new content, but I’m looking forward to widening my range and sharing more. This site, Torque, has great advice and tools for effective blogging.

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How To Become A Successful Blogger: Part 2 – How To Create A Pingback

Happy editingWow, I’ve been doing this all along, not realizing I was officially creating pingbacks. Such simple, useful information. And now I’ll create a correctly administered pingback to Chris the Story Reading Ape, from whom I get so much good stuff!

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