Tuesday, August 15, 2017

The contribution of blogger-googlegooglegoogle.blogspot.com to free press

Hello there !
I saw that  you mentioned Transparency International on your page here: blogger-googlegooglegoogle.blogspot.com/2008/02/ so I figured that free press is a subject you might care for.

Corruption is everywhere, and it is the journalist's responsibility to report it. Yet, with recent discoveries of surveillance on journalists, they are having a much harder time doing their job.

I’d like to ask you to share a guide, written by one journalist to his colleagues all over the world. The guide can help them protect their work and fulfill their mission.


If you can add it to your page, as well as share it over social networks, it would be a tremendous help to the free press.

Thanks in advance,
Wendy Scott

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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

👋 Health & Wellness resource suggestion for your site



I came across your page (on your site) and noticed you had shared some health/wellness resources. 


Being an avid reader of your webssite myself, I wanted to share a blog resource recommendation that I think your audience might find very helpful.


It has tons of interesting remedies(various naturah health topics), and I think it would be a great addition to your site.



Let me know if you decide to share & publish it :) 



Either way, keep up the great work!



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Thursday, August 3, 2017

💪 Resource suggestion for your site (Ultimate guide to Fitness)


I came across your page (http://blogger-googlegooglegoogle.blogspot.com/2008/03/) and noticed you had shared some fitness resources.

I recently published a data-backed study that details the usage of Fitness and Food related posts on instagram.

You can check it out here: http://fitnessgoals.com/guide/ultimate-guide-fitness/

It has tons of interesting data, graphs and infographics, and I think it would be a great addition to your site that your audience would also find valuable.

In return, I can share your page with our huge social media following. Let me know if you're interested :)

Keep up the great work!


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Thursday, July 31, 2008

The Ambush Hug - SendMeRSS

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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Hydrogen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - SendMeRSS

Hydrogen (pronounced /ˈhaɪdrədʒən/ ) is the chemical element with atomic number 1. It is represented by the symbol H . At standard temperature and pressure , hydrogen is a ...
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Sunday, June 1, 2008

Boron - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - SendMeRSS

Boron (pronounced /ˈbɔərɒn/ ) is a chemical element with atomic number 5 and the chemical symbol B . Boron is a trivalent nonmetallic element which occurs abundantly in the ...
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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Liz Strauss at WordCamp Dallas Transcript: 60,317 Comments - SendMeRSS

Articles about blogging tipsThe Reader Appreciation Project has a transcript of Liz Strauss at WordCamp Dallas, along with the video. Her presentation was about the blog conversation and social networking, her claim to fame. She cemented that fame with the number 60,317. That’s the number of comments on her blog.

One of the points she made resounded with the participants like a bell. Many talked about it through the rest of the weekend:

You know, and the truth is we really can't talk without talking about ourselves whether we're talking about how we like this vase, or how we like Lorelle, or how we like WordPress. We're talking about ourselves.

Whenever we say we're talking about ourselves, we're revealing something about ourselves. But it's how we reveal it.

But when we ask our readers, "How'd you like this blog post we just did?" "How'd you like what I just did?" "How did you like what I just wrote?" We think we're asking them about them. But we're really asking them about ourselves.

And we need to be really careful that we know the difference.

Bloggers across the room sat back and realized that their blog is all about “them” and not the reader. It’s all about, as Liz explains, asking about how we are doing rather than turning things around to put the reader first.

Liz is the producer and founder of Successful and Outstanding Bloggers Conference (SOBCON). The next event is May 2-4 in Chicago, and there is still time to register for her Business School for Bloggers theme.

Go read, listen, or watch her WordCamp Dallas talk. Liz was recovering from a disease left over from SxSW (I guess everyone got sick there), but lean in and listen to her husky voice to get your ears, and brain, open about why you are really blogging and how to make it work for you. 60,000 comments is a high goal to achieve, and she’s the one to mentor you towards your goals.

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