Author Archives: Korahmorrison

Korah Morrison, experienced guest blogger and blogger. You can see her publications on many famous blogs like KISSMetrics, ShoutMeLoud, ProBlogger etc.

6 Simple Ways to Make a Good First Impression Online


The medium you choose in order to make a good first impression online is totally up to you. You have the choice and you control when and how you create your impression. This article deals with ways to make your first impression a good one. The idea behind making a good first impression is so that you may comfortably make subsequent impressions on the same people–that is what this article will help you to do too.

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7 Ways to Manage Comments on Your Site (Without Losing Your Mind)

comment management

If you have a popular blog then you may get a lot of comments. It is possible to have a blog that is popular and still get very few comments, and that is not a bad thing as most pleased readers will simply leave the site and await next weeks post. If you are getting a lot of comments then it may mean that people are unhappy or concerned about your topics. It may even be that they enjoy going onto your blog so that they may cause trouble. If you are getting a lot of negative comments then you can embrace them, as it is a form of publicity. If you are not too happy about them then consider the content of your blog posts and how they may be affecting your commenters.

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4 Easy Ways Non-Coders Can Add Personality to a WordPress Theme

wordpress themes

WordPress themes are a little like templates for the blogs and websites that are going to be placed upon them. If you are not a programmer and have your template to hand, then you can personalize it in many ways. The methods listed below are all methods you can use if you do not know how to personalize by changing the code.

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Blogging Tips and Tricks: How to Become a Giant

blogging tips

One more post on Blogoloola pages and one more blogging tips list. Becoming a giant in the blogging world is easy, but staying there is like trying to freeze water in an oven. You are not only up against an unforgiving set of search engines that will drop your rank for accidentally linking from a grey-SEO site; you are also up against a world full of bloggers who are trying to beat you. The only people who have ever had a top blog and kept it for more than a week are the ones who work on it ceaselessly. They are the ones who are coming up with material that should (by all accounts) be published instead of blogged.

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Why it’s ok that Google does not index some of your pages

no index

Most of your blog shouldn’t be hidden from Google. It should be indexed so anyone can find it. In some cases, it’s a good idea to hide pages from Google. And they won’t penalise you for doing it. You need to avoid doing it in most circumstances as Google perceives hidden pages as danger. They think you’re up to something nefarious, and so they’ll lower the ranking of your blog.

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