Video: Want to get Advertisers on your Blog/Vlog? Go and GET IT!

Gary Vaynerchuk sits down today and shows you how he thinks you should approach monetizing your content.

Article: How to Protect Your Computer

With the recent Equifax security scandal, people are more concerned than ever about how to protect their personal information on their computer. Although it can be difficult to guarantee perfect security, there are a few things that can help ensure that you’re safe on the Internet. With that in mind, this guide will look at not only how to protect your computer data, but also your computer in general.
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Blogging Tool: Nucleus CMS

Nucleus allows you to easily maintain your own weblog(s) on your own server. It offers a system that is easy to install, but still offers maximum flexibility.

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Blog Hosting: tBlog

tBlog is a community. Pick from their blog templates, customize a theme, and start blogging with the most flexible and FREE blog tool around!

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Blogging Tips: How to Get Started Blogging in 5 Minutes or Less

By Linda J Bruton

I put off starting a blog for a long time because I thought it would be hard. I thought it would be technical. I thought I’d have to install scripts and tear my hair out getting them to work. At that point, most of what I’d read about blogs and RSS was just so much geek-speak.

Was I ever wrong!

When I finally got the courage to give it a go, I went to blogger.com and signed up for an account. To my amazement, I had a blog set up in about 5 minutes. My first post was uploaded to my site about 10 minutes later.
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