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Get Android L Style Notifications on Your Android Device with Floatify app

One of the most interesting features of Android L demos in Google I/O 2014 is the newly designed notifications, where a notification floats on top of everything else on your screen and you can either swipe it to dismiss it or tap it to respond. You will also be able to interact with them.

If you’re one of those who can’t wait till Android L becomes available or your device is not getting the Android L update, there’s an app called Floatify that can give you a preview of what it will be like.

floatify pic1

Floatify is a new Android app that brings the same Android L style notifications to your Android device. You don’t need to root your phone to get the new notification system. The only requirement is the device must be running on Android 4.3+ or above because the older versions don’t support the floating feature.

Once installed and enabled, when you receive a notification, a summary appears on the lock screen. You can tap on it to see the full notification, or swipe to dismiss. You can also add bulk actions, like dismiss all notifications, to your home screen, to make life easier.

The app let you customize the style of notification, like where the pop-up will appear, animation, background, etc. You can also change the notification background color, size, position, opacity, text, icons, and more.

floatify screenshots

If you find notifications annoying when you’re playing a game or watching a video, there’s a ‘Smart Blacklist’ option that lets you disable notifications for selected apps. These notifications will reappear as soon as you close that app.

This app has both free and paid versions. The paid version will unlock all features like Smooth animations, Unlimited text filter words, Quiet hours, Wake screen on notification, Custom timeout settings for popup, Privacy settings for apps, Icon pack support, Backup & restore functionality, and much more.

If you want to enjoy the new Android L style notifications on your device, then Floatify is the best app for you.

SQL Injection Vulnerability Found in Wordpress Plugin

SQL Injection Vulnerability Found in WordPress Plugin

SQL Injection Vulnerability Found in WordPress Plugin

New SQL vulnerability found by Sucuria security researchers in NextGen Gallery of WordPress plugin. Security researchers was working on multiple open source projects for security issues and discover new Vulnerability.

There are two different scenarios.
1.If you are using a NextGen Basic TagCloud Gallery on your site.
2.If you are allowing users to submit posts to be reviewed.

According to SUCURIA the Vulnerability Work follows

Malicious user injects the following input into the format string/query:

Which will make the query look like this:

When passed to the prepare method, it will be changed to:

(e.g. %s will become ‘%s’)

And then, after the resulting format string passed through the vsprintf function, the resulting SQL query will have the following form:


This means we will have an extra  ‘ remaining. This breaks our string’s single-quote sequence and makes our raw [any_text2] input part of the SQL query itself.

The final attack payloads (using the TagCloud method) would look like the following:




What to do?

  • NextGen gallery patch version have updated to 2.1.79.

  • Immidiately update the plugin.

Inspeckage - The Android Package Inspector For Dynamic Analysis With API Hooks

Inspeckage- The Android Package Inspector For Dynamic Analysis With API Hooks

Android Package Inspector – dynamic analysis with api hooks, start unexported activities and more. 

Inspeckage is a tool developed to offer dynamic analysis of Android applications. By applying hooks to functions of the Android API, Inspeckage will help you understand what an Android application is doing at runtime.


With Inspeckage, we can get a good amount of information about the application’s behavior:

Information gathering

  • Requested Permissions;

  • App Permissions;

  • Shared Libraries;

  • Exported and Non-exported Activities, Content Providers,Broadcast Receivers and Services;

  • Check if the app is debuggable or not;

  • Version, UID and GIDs;

  • etc.

Hooks (so far)

With the hooks, we can see what the application is doing in real time:

  • Shared Preferences (log and file);

  • Serialization;

  • Crypto;

  • Hashes;

  • SQLite;

  • HTTP (an HTTP proxy tool is still the best alternative);

  • File System;

  • Miscellaneous (Clipboard, URL.Parse());

  • WebView;

  • IPC;

  • + Hooks (add new hooks dynamically)


With Xposed it’s possible to perform actions such as start a unexported activity and much else:

  • Start any activity (exported and unexported);

  • Call any provider (exported and unexported);

  • Disable FLAG_SECURE;

  • SSL uncheck (bypass certificate pinning – JSSE, Apache and okhttp3);

  • Start, stop and restart the application;

  • Replace params and return value (+Hooks tab).


  • APK Download;

  • View the app’s directory tree;

  • Download the app’s files;

  • Download the output generated by hooks in text file format;

  • Take a screen capture;

  • Send text to android clipboard.


Even though our tool has some hooks to the HTTP libraries, using an external proxy tool is still the best option to analyze the app’s traffic. With Inspeckage, you can:

  • Add a proxy to the target app;

  • Enable and disable proxy;

  • Add entries in the arp table.


Logcat.html page. A experimental page with websocket to show some information from the logcat.


Requirements: Xposed Framework

Xposed Installer

  1. Go to Xposed Installer, select “Download”

  2. Refresh and search for “Inspeckage”

  3. Download the latest version and install

  4. Enable it in Xposed

  5. Reboot and enjoy!

Xposed Repository

Get it from Xposed repo: http://repo.xposed.info/module/mobi.acpm.inspeckage

 adb install mobi.acpm.inspeckage.apk

  • Enable it in Xposed

  • Reboot and enjoy!

7 Ways to Make More Money with Affiliate Marketing and Blogging

Affiliate marketing and blogging are two completely different mediums, but at the same time, they are also quite similar. Affiliate marketing is the concept of making money by delivering leads or sales to a brand or website. Blogging is all about creating content and getting it in front of the right audience. When you combine the best of both worlds you can find some amazing business opportunities and paths to wealth.

Today we are going to take a look at an infographic from Adcombo.com, a top-tier affiliate network, on seven ways to increase your earnings with affiliate marketing. While the infographic focuses mostly on affiliate marketing, I wanted to add my own little twist to this and throw some content creation and blogging tips into the mix as well.

7 Tips to Make More with Affiliate Marketing and Blogging

If you are reading this article, you likely already have a blog and might even be making some money with affiliate marketing in the process. If not, there is no better time than right now to get started. Make sure you on the right path for success by implementing these seven steps for success.

1 – Select an Offer Based on Your Audience

Just like when you start a blog, you need to know who your niche audience is and how you are going to target the right audience. The same is true with affiliate marketing as well. Put in the time, research and effort to look at the different opportunities and offers you could be promoting through an affiliate network, then also think about how you could create a blog and site content to target that same audience.

2 – Start with a Low Daily Ad Spend

One of the most effective ways to make money with affiliate marketing is to put some advertising dollars to work. This is mainly through Google Adwords, media buying or pop-under traffic. No matter if you are sending this traffic directly to your affiliate offer, a landing page or your blog content, always start with a small ad spend. This will allow you to control your spend costs, while also seeing what keywords or traffic has the most potential.

3 – Increase Conversions with Landing Pages

Affiliate marketing is all about conversions, and one of the best ways to increase conversions is through the use of landing pages. Many bloggers are also using landing pages to turn daily visitors into subscribers on their mailing lists or to purchase products and services. No matter where you are using landing pages, be sure to always split test to improve your conversions. Remember to also only make one change to your landing pages at a time, so you know what changes result in the best movements.

4 – Split Testing All Ad Copies

Speaking of landing pages and split testing, to improve earnings on your affiliate campaigns and how readers navigate through your site, you need to be split testing every aspect of your content and campaigns. This includes titles, images, call to actions, who you are targeting and how your message is being portrayed. If you don’t currently have a split testing platform in place, be sure to get one up and running as soon as possible.

5 – Split Test Different Traffic Sources

For most bloggers and site owners, they will take as much traffic as they can get. For affiliate marketers, the same applies, but it’s very important to know where each visitor is actually coming from. Again, this goes back to split testing anf having the right conversion tracking in place. Start with a small daily ad spend to see which traffic sources are working, then start removing the ones that aren’t. It’s a simple method and process, but one that many marketers seem to forget.

6 – Use Retargeting to Increase ROI

Advertising on the internet is now easier than ever. When someone leaves your website, are you just letting them leave to never come back? If so, you are missing out on the opportunities that lie within ‘retargeting’. This applies to both bloggers and affiliate marketers. With retargeting, you can keep delivering advertisements to your audience after they leave your site. This can be set up through Google Adwords, Facebook Ads or any other third-party platform that offers retargeting advertising.

7 – Ask for a CPA Increase When Pushing Volume

Last but not least, when it comes to squeezing out a few extra dollars in earnings, you should always stay in contact with your affiliate network and see if there is any room for a commission increase. Even if you get just a few cents per lead on an easy offer or a dollar on a higher paying CPA, this can quickly add up over time and help with the overall promotion and profits from your campaign.

How to Make the Most with Affiliate Marketing and Blogging in 2017

Affiliate marketing has been around for many years now, and it’s safe to say it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. This means you need to take advantage of the opportunity you have in front of you take. Affiliate networks are doing most of the manual work for you, by bringing in new advertisers and collecting/sending payments. It’s your job as a content creator or affiliate to simply target the right audiences and push some customers and leads their way. It’s a great business model that has worked for millions of site owners and affiliates in the world today, so make sure to put in the time and effort to make it work for you as well.






Disclosure: In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that the site owner is benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website. This is not to say that is the case with all content, as all publications on the site are original and written to provide value and references to our audience.

Meet Christina Nicholson of MediaMavenAndMore.com

It seems like everyone has their own little space on the internet today. If not a blog, then definitely a few social profile and maybe a Facebook Fan Page. One of the biggest reasons for this is that it’s now easier than ever to get started with a website or blog of your own — there really is little to no technical skills required. As long as this continues to be the case, we are going to continue to see the world of personal blogging and content creation grow!

With so much content on the internet today, there’s no telling who you might meet next, or what exciting stories or blog posts you will come across. That’s exactly what the ‘Meet the Bloggers‘ interview series is all about — connecting bloggers around the world and getting us all inspired in the process. Without further adu, here’s the latest interview in our ongoing blogger series.

1.) Please tell us about yourself and how you got into blogging?

Christina NicholsonI’m a former TV reporter and anchor who loves telling stories. When I left the TV business, I started a blog for fun. Then, I started my own PR company, Media Maven. That’s when I learned the influence bloggers had and jumped into blogging, even more, when I saw the possibilities. At first, it was a blog post in exchange for a product or experience. Then, as it grew, it turned into a side hustle where I was making a little extra money… and having fun!

2.) What is the focus of your blog and why did you choose that niche?

Lifestyle. It’s hard for me to pick just one, so I write about women in business, local family friendly activities and events, recipes, DIY projects, and everything in between.

3.) How are you currently monetizing your blog traffic

All of my income comes from sponsored posts. With that, come social media shares.

4.) What do you know now that you wish you knew when you first started blogging?

That the riches are in the niches. My lifestyle blog is not niched. Now, I have so many different topics on it and it’s hard to niche down. If I had to pick one now, I don’t know if I’d be able to. I wish I would’ve picked a niche at the start.

5.) What are three blogs that you visit almost daily?

As crazy as it sounds, I don’t visit blogs regularly. If I do, it’s from someone I follow on Twitter or someone who retweeted someone I follow on Twitter.

6.) Can you give us three recommended tools/services that you use with your blogging?

7.) What advice would you have for someone who is just starting with their first blog?

Don’t start a blog to make money. That’s a great end goal, but if that’s why you start, it will suck all the fun out of it. It takes time and lots of strategies. There are millions of blogs. Only a handful are monetized. Don’t just do something to do it. You need to be strategic.

8.) What’s the best advice or tip you’ve discovered about blogging since getting started?

Spend half of your time doing SEO research. Social media promotion is great, but it doesn’t last too long. Now, I let my SEO keyword research determine what my blog title and URL is.

9.) If you only had $100 to start a new blog, how would you use it?

I would use the money to buy a domain that is easy to remember, attractive to my niche, and SEO friendly. After that, It’s hard to say because there are so many resources that are free for bloggers. Many websites can be created easily with drag and drop formats, but because I’m not very techy, I’d invest in a website designer.

10.) How can readers of the blog get in touch with you?

Thanks again Christina for taking the time to share your advice and story with the Blogging Tips community. If you would like to learn about other bloggers and how they are finding success online, be sure to read through our blogger interview series.






Disclosure: In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that the site owner is benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website. This is not to say that is the case with all content, as all publications on the site are original and written to provide value and references to our audience.


How to Become a Blogging Expert: Surround Yourself with Pros

The guy who wrote those books you see above and snapped that photo in Bali was an inexperienced, lost, confused blogger many years ago.

But I decided to feast on the advice of pro bloggers to change my trajectory.

One easy way to gain expert status is to surround yourself with experts.

Feed on them. Soak up their knowledge like a sponge. BE as they are being. Do as they do.

Don’t fake it until you make it. We spot frauds a million miles away. Be authentic. Tell the truth. Share your journey.

Watch me explain:

See how my video flows? I am just being me. Letting my personality out. Telling my truth.

By following my blog, videos, podcasts, courses, eBooks and audio books, my energy and message can rub off on you. I became a pro by being a pro blogger. Even before I manifested results that suggested I was a pro blogger I was still BEING a pro blogger.


I learned this technique from guys like Zac Johnson. He stressed the importance of helping folks, solving problems, building an email list and guest posting so I did these things *before* I manifested money or much of anything online.

You must BE before you BECOME anything in life.

Surround Yourself with Experts

In my Audio Book:

How to Become an Online Expert with Little or No Experience (Buy it on iTunes)

I delve into a handful of concepts to help you become a pro’s pro even if you are a dyed in the wool, green newbie with zero experience.

When I bought my domain and hosting over 8 years ago I did not know what a blog was. I knew how to visit espn.com. I knew how to check my email. That was about it. Yet here I am. I became a pro despite knowing much of anything, online-wise.

I struggled like hell for years because I resisted the tip I share with you today. I ignored pros. I tried to do it on my own. Didn’t go too hot. Because blogging is not a solo act, but a community endeavor.

Anyway, when I did surround myself with pro bloggers I noted a few neat things:

– pros handled themselves very differently from amateur bloggers
– pros had clarity and confidence in their blogging message
– pros did not hesitate to spend money to grow their blog traffic and income
– pros were continual learners
– pros helped a lot of folks whenever they could, without looking for anything in return
– pros built strong friendships with other pro bloggers by promoting other bloggers, by featuring other bloggers and by opening their blogs to guest posting

I also fed off of pro blogger’s inspirational energies.

Example; if I feared doing an interview for another blogger or submitting a guest post to a top blog, I would think of how pro blogger and icon Tim Ferriss advises folks to do the most freeing and uncomfortable thing possible to grow your business like a weed. Understanding that interviews and guest posts would get me in front of a ton of interested people I felt the fear of rejection and criticism, did the interviews, submitted and placed guest posts and saw my online presence expand, quickly.

Surrounding yourself with experts helps you to be an expert yourself.

Success leaves painfully obvious clues, especially if you immerse yourself in the stories of hyper successful bloggers.

Are you surrounding yourself with experienced, pro bloggers?

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Disclosure: In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that the site owner is benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website. This is not to say that is the case with all content, as all publications on the site are original and written to provide value and references to our audience.

9 Of The Most Bizarre Foods From Around The World

Image from Expedia.ca

With the huge variety of ingredients and flavours across the globe, you can’t expect every single person on Earth to share exactly the same palate. Often, people from the same country or place appreciate the same kinds of foods because those are the foods that are common in their place and those are the flavours they’ve gotten used to. A certain food that might be normal to you could be unusual, verging on revolting, for someone on the opposite side of the planet. Of course, every country has an exquisite cuisine to boast but that doesn’t mean they don’t have exotic flavours to share either. Here are nine of the most bizarre foods from around the world.

  1. Chicken’s Feet – South America, South Africa, East Asia, Caribbean

Since chicken’s feet are a common dish in quite a lot of places, it might not be as bad as it sounds. The texture of the skin is somewhat gelatinous but it’s pretty tasty if it’s flavoured right. After a while, you might find it weird to be chewing on all those bones in the feet.

Image from Japan Info
  1. Fugu – Japan

People usually take extra care in preparing their dish so that it’s completely clean from any toxins or bacteria that can harm the consumer. However, in Japan, death is a known risk if you eat their dish Fugu. Fugu is basically a Japanese puffer fish that contains enough poison to kill around 30 people. Chefs who prepare Fugu are trained for years to learn how to properly prepare the dish. It can be served grilled, in a stew, or as paper-thin sashimi.

  1. Escamole – Mexico

In Mexico, ant larvae from a venomous species of ant are considered to be quite the delicacy. The larvae can be harvested deep down in the roots of the maguey or agave plant and is sometimes termed as “insect caviar.” People say it tastes like butter but that it is somewhat nutty with a consistency similar to cottage cheese.

  1. Shirako – Japan

Shirako is Japanese for “white children” but it is actually a dish made from the sperm sacs of certain fishes such as puffer fish, cod, or angler fish. It looks like a tiny brain but it is said that it tastes sweet and custardy.

  1. Haggis – Scotland

Haggis is basically made from the major organs of a sheep. It is the minced lungs, liver, and heart of a sheep mixed with oatmeal, onions, and suet, which is cooked inside the sheep’s stomach—with salt and spices seasoning. It certainly doesn’t get any more appealing than that.

Image from The Daily Meal
  1. Fried Spider – Cambodia

Fried insects are delicacies in different parts of the world but in the town of Skuon, Cambodia, they specialize in serving fried spider of the tarantula variety. The spiders are deep fried in garlic oil until the outside becomes hard and crunchy while the inside becomes gooey. This snack is very rich in protein and is even said to make the consumer more beautiful.

  1. Balut – Philippines

Balut is made from fertilized duck egg which is boiled and eaten from the shell with salt and vinegar. Expect the embryo to be partially developed inside the egg. Depending on how many days the balut has been fertilized before cooking, you might consume a nearly fully formed duck with all of its bones, feathers, and all.

  1. Black Pudding (Blood Sausage) – Asia, Americas, Africa, Europe

A large number of people find black pudding quite the delicacy and is in fact delicious but still, a large number of people find it revolting. It is basically made form solidified blood that has been thickened with agents like breadcrumbs and suet, and flavoured with natural ingredients. Everything is stuffed into a sausage skin for serving

  1. Jellied Moose Nose – Canada

Apparently, in Canada, someone had the idea of boiling up the nose of a moose with spices, removing the hair, boiling it again, slice it, and set it into a jelly by covering it with a broth which created the local delicacy, jellied moose nose.

1 Reason Why Most Bloggers Struggle to Get Traffic and Earn Profits

Me motorbiking in Thailand.

I am in a throwback type of mood today.

Maybe because we are at 100 degrees in Thailand – again – and I wish to revisit cooler climes.

Anyway, peep this video of me from last year in beautiful Rivas, Costa Rica.

I explain why you may be failing to get traffic and earn profits:

Have Fun

Most bloggers struggle to GET traffic and profits because they fail to GIVE value, to GIVE of their fun energy and to spread love to successful bloggers (aka, give props). Worse than that, most bloggers do not blog to enjoy themselves and to have fun. Nope. Most are in this game conditionally. Meaning, they are blogging mainly to get, and if the getting ain’t happening these bloggers struggle like hell, fail, and usually quit blogging all together.

If however you blog mainly to have fun, you detach largely from trying to get traffic and earn profits. The fun is the reward. All else is gravy, or icing on the cake, or a cherry on top, or cinnamon on your oatmeal, or any other weird English-based saying indicating that traffic and profits are just bonuses….not the whole enchilada.

Meal Ticket Approach to Blogging

I viewed blogging as my meal ticket for years. I saw blogging as my way to put food on the table and to pay the rent. Taking this silly – and fear-based – energetic view moved me almost entirely into GETTING mode and away from GIVING mode. Not a good look. If you want to become a pro blogger. Pros give freely and do a good job detaching largely from getting.

This meal ticket approach goaded me to check my profits daily, hoping I earned enough coin to put into my savings so I could pay rent and eat each month. Employee approach. No good.

I failed horribly for years because when you are mainly blogging to survive you emit a desperate, scared, fearful, strained energy versus a fun energy. Desperate folks struggle because their desperate energy mirrors back to them as struggles. Fun energy bloggers succeed, their fun vibes mirroring back to them as increased success, traffic, profits, prospering business partnerships, loving friends and all types of goodness.

Fun Energy

My friend Lisa Sicard runs Inspire to Thrive. Check out her blog and her Twitter feed.

She’s having fun. She’s blogging mainly to have fun. She tweets to have fun. Sure she covers specific topics related to her niche. She engages. She helps. She promotes others. All practical tips one should follow to succeed online. But she carries a fun vibe that feels contagious.

She even inspired me (domain name fitting) to add more emoticons to both my Twitter and Instagram feeds, after I LOLed at her funny, clever, timely and fitting emoticon usage.

Having fun helps you to worry less and less about traffic and profits which frees you to help more folks, to create entertaining content, to promote other bloggers and to render loving service. All ingredients for succeeding wildly online.

Are you genuinely blogging for fun? Why? Why not?


If you want to have fun blogging buy my eBook on Amazon:

Creating the Mindset of a Successful Blogger

Disclosure: In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that the site owner is benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website. This is not to say that is the case with all content, as all publications on the site are original and written to provide value and references to our audience.

The Skills And Equipment You’ll Need To Be A Blogger In 2017

If you’re thinking of starting a blog, the first question you have to ask is why you want to do it. Your answer to this question will determine the future of your blog and how you go about creating content and providing value to your audience.

If you have a strong enough ‘why’, you’ll have the patience and persistence to make it happen. At the same time, you’ll need to be willing to learn the technical skills to compete on the internet today. Such skills include; an eagerness to learn how to write increasingly better, getting better at marketing your blog posts and knowing when it makes sense to start monetizing your blog.

People start blogs for a wide variety of reasons:

  • to make money from home

  • to build an audience for a book

  • to build a business brand

  • or to express their insights about a particular passion or discipline.

Identify your reason and build your mission statement around it. Find your primary reason and all the secondary reasons that support it.

Let’s take a look at 3 things you need to do to start blogging:

Decide on your equipment and platform.

You don’t necessarily need a desktop or laptop to start blogging; you can also use a smartphone. For people on the go, people who may have a long commute or travel a great deal, even a small laptop is too big and it’s easier to just use a smartphone. You can also use your smartphone if you want to start vlogging.

If you choose to use a smartphone, it’s important to consider how you will protect your phone from damage and what type of apps to download.Let’s take a quick look at both factors:

Let’s take a quick look at both factors:


Not all cases offer the same level of protection. If, for example, you’re using an iPhone 6, you can get a wide variety of covers, with some protecting your phone far better than others. When researching iPhone 6 cases, prefer those that offer shock-proof protection.

In addition to keeping your mobile device safe, you will also want to make sure your camera is clean and visible at all times. Vlogging is nothing new, but it’s becoming more popular as mobile devices continue to get better in quality with their recording. In most cases it’s also super fast and easy to upload video content from your phone as well.


Here are some apps to get if you want to maintain your blog from your smartphone:

  1. Platform. Decide between WordPress or Blogger platforms. Not only are these most recommended, but they also have apps that let you write, edit, and publish your posts from your mobile device.

  2. Text editor. It’s better to write your blog post in a text editor before you paste it into your chosen platform. By using a text editor like Google Docs, your content is backed up on the cloud and you can access it from anywhere from any kind of device.

  3. Picture editor Your blog must have good pictures. It’s rare to find text only blogs because blocks of text tend to turn readers off. If you want to edit your pictures from your phone, then Pixlr Express will make it easier to do.

  4. Social Media. Share your blog posts. After you’ve written your blog posts, you’ll want to promote it on social media, and one excellent app to help you do it from your phone is Buffer.

Set up your blog.

Now that you’ve decided why you want to blog and how to do it from any device, the next thing you have to do is figure out the technical aspects. Essentially, there are four steps that you need to take to set up your blog. You can either get video tutorials on how to do it, read a book on it, or ask someone to help you with these steps. They aren’t hard to do once you’ve done it once. The four steps you have to take are finding a host, picking a domain name, installing or signing up for your platform, and designing your blog.

Create a content calendar.

Now that your blog is up and running, you need to create a regular time of the week to blog and develop a list of topics that you will blog about. By thinking ahead about what you’ll write, you won’t procrastinate when it comes to deciding on what to write each week. Incidentally, it’s not necessary to write daily. You can write once a week, or if you’re really pressed for time, then just once every two weeks.

Stick With It

Blogging like any other project in life has its fair share of challenges. You may encounter obstacles with the blog itself, ranging from technical skills to marketing it effectively. You may also have time conflicts and not always be able to commit to writing your blog post. Even if you have technical problems, marketing issues, or writing challenges, decide ahead of time that whatever happens, you’ll stick with it.

Disclosure: In full disclosure, it is safe to assume that the site owner is benefiting financially or otherwise from everything you click on, read, or look at while on my website. This is not to say that is the case with all content, as all publications on the site are original and written to provide value and references to our audience.

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