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Increasing Engagement on a new Gaming Blog

First off, step back, and think about some questions. What is the special thing about my blog? Can I solely handle the gaming blog? Am I up to partnerships, or ads? Can I do some cross publishing, or ...
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How can we set a good pace for our new blog?

The best way is to be consistent and have some surprises at the same time. You should select a day on which something is posted. Let it be Monday every week or Wednesday every three weeks, it should ...
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Establishing yourself in "Regular" and NSFW communities

You can if you're small. My spouse is going through a similar issue. He is writing a 5 year arc (issue 2 of 20 just came out!) of his own creation, a 17+ (eq to NC-17) superhero comic book with some ...
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Republish the same content posted on subreddit

Google has a help page about this topic. Most of the page talks about what you can do if you have, or potentially have, duplicated content within your site, but it has this to say about cross site ...
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Wordpress comments vs Forum

It primarily depends on what you're writing about. First off, you should know the difference between comments and forum posts. Comments are one-way communication mediums. People read your blog post,...
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Facebook Giveaways

Long story short, Facebook wants you to pay to promote your page. I won't get into why this is good or not, but your normal social media promotional tactics won't work as effectively unless you are ...
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WordPress anti-spam measures

I'm not sure if this question really matches the site, nevertheless I'll answer you. I can recommend you: Stop Spammers WP-reCaptcha The first one focuses on stopping the spam at your entire site: ...
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Recruiting guest content creators

Active bloggers tend also to be active readers. Sometimes this manifests in sidebar lists kept on one blog of other sites that the author appreciates or feels are related. In the case of platforms ...
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Embedded comments on a blog - in place commenting vs dedicated forum

It depends on if you are able to get the discussion thread to be readable on the post or not. I was the IT Director for a Nintendo related press site that got around 1000 to 2000 visitors a day and ...
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Small web page with news and files

Have you tried Yahoo groups? https://groups.yahoo.com/neo Its not the most functional capabilities, but the other newer groups services, such as Google Groups, or Facebook groups would violate your ...
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WordPress anti-spam measures

I switched from native WordPress comments to Disqus years ago - it helped a lot with spam. However, Disqus is not without its own special brand of craziness, either. The Akismet plugin (ships with ...
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