Even though I don’t usually accept guest posts, and I get asked by a lot of people if they can do a guest post on this blog, I’ve made an exception for this one. Why? Because it wasn’t your typical post about SEO, keyword research or blogging tips and tricks. Nope, it was all about the importance of language when it comes to blogging. I touched on this subject a couple of years ago when asked the question, Do Yo KNow Your Niche’s Language.So, when Christian approached me with this particular post I decided to make an exception. I accepted it because I felt it covered a very important subject, one that I feel is somewhat lacking online. So, without further ado I give you….

How to Blog for International Audiences

Want to grow your blog readership? Then listen up. There’s a whole world of potential readers for you out there. The Internet is being transformed at a rapid pace. Look south: Brazil is the world’s second largest country on Twitter  (by number of accounts) and 58.5 million Brazilians have Facebook accounts. Or east: last year Asia already represented 44.8% of global web users. Chinese is now close behind English as the Internet’s top language, with the languages of tech-savvy nations such as Japan, Korea and the Arab countries all in the top 10. It’s time for bloggers to stop limiting ourselves to ‘people like us’. Not only does this mean including other languages, it also has an effect on what we blog about and how we present it. Read the rest of this entry

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Mistakes Bloggers Make


I’ve been a blogger for some time now and I reckon over the years I’ve made a few mistakes. It’s not all bad though because I’ve learned from those mistakes. I’ve also seen certain mistakes made by other bloggers and it came to me that I’d write a post about some of the mistakes bloggers make. After all, learning by ones mistakes and the mistakes others make is a good thing right?

Anyway, by discussing these mistakes, some that newbies may make, some made by bloggers who are not so new, I’m hoping that I can prevent others from making the same mistakes. So, in no particular order, here are some of the mistakes bloggers make.

Top Five Mistakes Bloggers Make

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Deep Thinkers Sexy Sal Friday Funnies #65


As we finish another back breaking weak at work we at least can take comfort in the thought that we have Fridays Funnies to look forward to. Leading up to that I’d like to put forward to all the women out there that men really are deep thinkers. When you see us sitting on the couch, sometimes with a beer in our hand, we’re not merely contemplating our navel. Nope, it goes way deeper than that. We could be trying to solve the world’s many problems or we could be trying to find the answers to many age old questions.

The following is a prime example of what deep thinkers men really are.

What Deep Thinkers Men Are

I mowed the lawn today, and after doing so I sat down and had a cold beer. The day was really quite beautiful, and the drink facilitated some deep thinking on various topics.
 
Finally I thought about an age old question: Is giving birth more painful than getting kicked in the nuts?
 
Women always maintain that giving birth is way more painful than a guy getting kicked in the nuts. Well, after another beer and some heavy deductive thinking I have come up with the answer to that question. Read the rest of this entry

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