Maintain your blog audience

Here is an interesting article which tells you in no uncertain terms how to maintain your blog audience, and its from the Sponsored Reviews blog, no less. You can read this interestingly elaborative blog post written by Jarrod Hunt at 27+1 Tips for Building and Maintaining a Blog Audience. There were several suggestions were made in order to not only gain but also ensure that you have a consistent number of blog visitors. Things like making sure that SEO principles are applied to your blog template, getting the right blogging platform (I would recommend WordPress) and staying on course and blog regularly with proper grammar and little spelling mistakes are some things which may already be familiar to some. I do, however, notice that the Sponsored Reviews URL relies on the default WordPress link, so I would like to suggest to them to ensure that they should check out the readable permalinks in order for search engines like Google to spider the blog quickly and efficiently.

I do feel the need need to add one more suggestion of my own on how to maintain a blog audience and that is to uphold the maxim: write the truth and nothing but the truth. There is no point pretending to be who you are not on your blog while in real life you are actually somebody else. As the way things will go, there will be those who do not like you not because your opinions lack merit, but because they are infuriated that you are actually on the scene conveying opinions that are opposed to theirs in the first place.

The only way to deal with these sort of people is just ignore them and move on. These people may even have their own blogs and if they see that you are captivating an audience, they will try to shoot you down via their own blogs. But ignore them. If they want to complain or make noises or jump up and down trying to get your attention, simply write about something else. Your audience will love you because you are who you are, despite external pressures.

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    1. $80,900 remaining for salary cap

      Backline:
      Corey Enright, Greg Broughton, Steven Browne, Ryan Shoenmakers, Josh Hunt, Bradley Sheppard, Tadhg Kennelly.
      RES. Ashley Smith, Daniel Talia

      Midfield:
      Gary Ablett, Matthew Boyd, Brendon Goddard, Joel Selwood, Mark McVeigh, Lewis Jetta
      RES. Jarrod Kayler-Thomson, Michael Barlow

      Ruck:
      Aaron Sandilands, Nick Naitanui.
      RES. Robbie Warnock, Daniel Currie

      Forward-line:
      Nick Riewoldt, Steve Johnson, Jonathan Brown, Lance Franklin, Jack Ziebell, Barry Hall, Patrick Dangerfield.
      RES. Luke Breust, Scott Gumbleton

      Please tell me what changes and improvements I could make to my team…

    2. Back
      Fisher, Sam $373,300
      Hodge, Luke $366,800
      Shaw, Heath $365,400
      Drummond, Josh $333,500
      Stevens, Scott $274,600
      Ladson, Rick $185,100
      Hunt, Josh $164,100
      Bench – Maguire, Matt $101,700 – Silvagni, Alex $77,800

      Midfield
      O’Keefe, Ryan $425,400
      Cooney, Adam $396,800
      Cornes, Chad $383,300
      Carrazzo, Andrew $374,100
      Ball, Luke $366,500
      McVeigh, Mark $268,400
      Bench- Martin, Dustin $149,500 – Kayler-Thomson, Jarrod $77,800

      Ruck
      Kreuzer, Matthew $330,500
      Charman, Jamie $169,900
      Bench- Skipper, Wayde $95,800 – Roughead, Jordan $94,500

      Forward
      Brown, Jonathan $415,800
      Pavlich, Matthew $404,900
      Giansiracusa, Daniel $378,500
      Franklin, Lance $354,900
      LeCras, Mark $330,000
      Bradshaw, Daniel $310,100
      Schulz, Jay $199,500

      Bench- Rockliff, Tom $101,100 – Podsiadly, James $77,800

      Also consider that my players cover each other
      E.g
      Pavlich plays forward/mid—–O’keefe can play forward/mid
      C. Cornes and carrazzo plays mid/defense—– Ladson and Hodge plays mid/defence
      That is a new rule
      because i have D.Martin on bench i have a flexible midfield which can cover someone whos injured in another position and then D. Martin can cover my midfield

    3. How would the audience going to see Romeo and Juliet respond and feel to Juliets anger at the nurse in Act 3, Scene 2?

    4. Global media is such a large machine that much of the world’s population is employed by it. On the surface, it seems like media refers only to reporters or newscasters, but behind the front lines there is a huge network of human beings making sure that it is run efficiently and non-stop. Consider that news is a 24 hour, 7 day a week institution. It doesn’t take a holiday when it is Christmas, nor does it take a summer holiday in July as students do. It doesn’t sleep because when it is night in Toronto, it is day in Hong Kong or Japan. News follows the sun as it goes from New York, to Los Angeles, to Australia, then Europe, the Far East and back to North America. There is always something happening and there is always an audience hungry to know what is going on locally and around the world. In each city hundreds if not thousands of people maintain the television stations, cameras, computers, or drive the trucks in search of news. There are people translating news from many different languages to other languages. There are fact-checkers and editors who make sure the news sounds professional. There are lawyers on hand to make sure that what is said does not result in any lawsuits. There are wardrobe consultants to suggest what to wear in front of the camera. There are technical staff to fix things if they are broken. More importantly, there are satellites and fibre optic networks which send the news all around the globe seconds after it happens. All of these activities is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what is necessary for you to be able to watch that news program when you get home from work, or read that article in the New York Times as you eat your breakfast, or read a up to the minute website posting on a famous website, http://www.forbes.com, for example. The media employs many people and hosts many different careers and as a result, students who study media will benefit from this exposure to the true nature of media. Media is a never stopping engine that employs millions of people to deliver news on the more than six billion people of the earth to the more than six billion people of the earth. By studying media we not only think about how we think, but we also explore the career possibilities once we as students leave school behind and enter the work force. Aside from job prospects and details, media is also about communication. When we watch TV, the newscaster is communicating information to us. It is the same with radio, newspapers, and magazine. More recently with the Internet, this communication process has become two sided and as a result, has evolved. For example, blogs on the Internet have recently become one of the most popular sources of news for most individuals. The importance of blogs are a result of many countries like China who regularly censor or lie about what happens when they report the news. The remarkable thing about blogs is that anyone can start one and write in one. The term blog is shortform for web log. One of the key features of a blog is that you can leave comments about what was written and quite often the writer of the blog responds to your comments just as others can respond to your comments. This makes for a dynamic news mechanism. For example, a blog writer, also known as a blogger, might report an item of news. Other people may leave comments on his blog to clarify or provide more information. Others may provide opposing comments to suggest that the news is not entirely correct. Currently, with China blocking all news about what is happening in Tibet, many people around the world are turning to blogs to find out what is going out with the citizens of Tibet and their struggle with the Chinese government. Finally, another benefit of studying media which as we said is about communication is that it makes us better communicators. Newspaper headlines for example, summarize the story and capture attention with just a few words. People who read content on websites, another example, are not interested in lots of useless information. They don’t have the patience to search through paragraphs and paragraphs of text. Let’s not forget how well reporters and newscasters are at public speaking. When newscasters speak they use proper vocabulary and never speak in slang. Their speech isn’t filled with “ums” and “ahs”. They look directly at the camera when they speak and always look professional. Students have a lot to learn about communication from the media.

    5. Okay.

      Name your TOP 3 favourite players from each NRL club.

      Here’s Mine:

      Titans – Preston Campbell, Scott Prince, Mat Rogers.

      Broncos – Justin Hodges, Israel Folau, Karmicheal Hunt

      Cowboys – Jonathan Thurston, Matt Bowen, Aaron Payne

      Eels – Krisnan Inu, Feleti Mateo, Nathan Hindmarsh

      Sharks – Paul Gallen, Ben Pomeroy, Trent Barrett

      Roosters – Anthony Minichiello, Sam Perrett, Mitchell Pearce

      Storm – Greg Inglis, Cooper Cronk, Billy Slater

      Sea Eagles – Matt Orford, Brett Stewart, Glenn Stewart

      Warriors – Stacey Jones, Manu Vatuvei, Nathan Fien

      Panthers – Micheal Jennings, Frank Pritchard, Luke Lewis

      Tigers – Benji Marshall, Robbie Farah, Chris Lawrence

      Knights – Jarrod Mullen, Issac De Gois, Kurt Gidley

      Rabbitohs – Chris Sandow, Issac Luke, Craig Wing

      Raiders – Joel Monaghan, Terry Campese, Josh Dugan

      Dragons – Matt Cooper, Jamie Soward, Ben Hornby

      Bulldogs – Luke Patten, Brett Kimmorley, Josh Morris

      So what are yours?

      Star if you like.

    6. Would anyone else be happy with this side, other than me.

      1. Brett Stewart
      2. Michael Gordon
      3. Jamal Idris
      4. Beau Champion
      5. Jarryd Hayne
      6. Jamie Soward
      7. Jarrod Mullen
      8. Kade Snowden
      9. Robbie Farah
      10. Dan Hunt
      11. Greg Bird
      12. Ben Creagh
      13. Paul Gallen (c)

      14. Kurt Gidley (UT)
      15. Tom Learoyd-Lahrs (SR)
      16. Tim Mannah (FR)
      17. Aiden Tolman (FR)

      Inside the brackets is where ill’d play the reserves.

      Your thoughts.

    7. Even with Manny on my team, my hitting has been great so far. I could use more solid SP, and I know I’ll have to be on the hunt for a decent closer instead of Franklin and Downs (if the Jays are smart and let him keep the job). Who, if anyone, should I drop to make room for Jackson? Current roster:

      C Joe Mauer (Min – C)
      1B Albert Pujols (StL – 1B)
      2B Aaron Hill(Tor – 2B)
      3B Evan Longoria(TB – 3B)
      SS Felipe López(Ari – 2B,3B,SS,OF)
      IF Mike Lowell(Bos – 3B)
      OF Johnny Damon(NYY – OF)
      OF Justin Upton(Ari – OF)
      OF Carlos Quentin(CWS – OF)
      Util Chone Figgins(LAA – 2B,3B)
      BN Bobby Abreu(LAA – OF)
      BN James Loney(LAD – 1B)
      BN Manny Ramírez(LAD – OF) NA
      SS Stephen Drew(Ari – SS) DL

      SP Johnny Cueto(Cin – SP)
      SP Francisco Liriano(Min – SP)
      SP Roy Oswalt(Hou – SP)
      SP Jarrod Washburn(Sea – SP)
      SP Scott Richmond(Tor – SP)
      SP Brian Bannister(KC – SP)
      SP Daisuke Matsuzaka DL(Bos – SP) DL

      RP Mike González(Atl – RP)
      RP Chad Qualls(Ari – RP)
      RP Ryan Franklin(StL – RP)
      RP Scott Downs(Tor – RP)

    8. Back
      Fisher, Sam $373,300
      Hodge, Luke $366,800
      Shaw, Heath $365,400
      Drummond, Josh $333,500
      Stevens, Scott $274,600
      Ladson, Rick $185,100
      Hunt, Josh $164,100
      Bench – Maguire, Matt $101,700 – Silvagni, Alex $77,800

      Midfield
      O’Keefe, Ryan $425,400
      Cooney, Adam $396,800
      Cornes, Chad $383,300
      Carrazzo, Andrew $374,100
      Ball, Luke $366,500
      McVeigh, Mark $268,400
      Bench- Martin, Dustin $149,500 – Kayler-Thomson, Jarrod $77,800

      Ruck
      Kreuzer, Matthew $330,500
      Charman, Jamie $169,900
      Bench- Skipper, Wayde $95,800 – Roughead, Jordan $94,500

      Forward
      Brown, Jonathan $415,800
      Pavlich, Matthew $404,900
      Giansiracusa, Daniel $378,500
      Franklin, Lance $354,900
      LeCras, Mark $330,000
      Bradshaw, Daniel $310,100
      Schulz, Jay $199,500

      Bench- Rockliff, Tom $101,100 – Podsiadly, James $77,800

      Also consider that my players cover each other
      E.g
      Pavlich plays forward/mid—–O’keefe can play forward/mid
      C. Cornes and carrazzo plays mid/defense—– Ladson and Hodge plays mid/defence
      That is a new rule
      because i have D.Martin on bench i have a flexible midfield which can cover someone whos injured in another position and then D. Martin can cover my midfield

    9. Well i have Sickle Cell Anemia and I just recently had the idea of starting a web site but im having trouble deciding what I should base the website on. I know I want it to be a social networking website for teenagers but I was thinking maybe I should start one with something to do with Sickle Cell Anemia.

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