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I love a good Marvel movie.
DC movies reel me in too.
Comic book movies and TV shows tell inspired tales. Someone faces some terrible adversity but grows into something infinitely powerful through their trials and tribulations.
Humanity tends to love comic super heroes because we want the unlimited power of these god-like creatures.
Some top bloggers walk a similar path to comic book super heroes.
I may not fly around in an iron suit or fight vigilantes by night, but I can honestly say that being an influential blogger took me on a super hero type journey.
Ever wondered if you can run a blog using just your mobile phone?
Most people think that managing a blog is only possible from a laptop or desktop.
In truth, your mobile device is actually packed with features that can make managing your blog much easier for you.
I mean, you’re already using your smartphones to call, message your friends, email your co-workers, play games, and others.
In this short guide, you can add blogging to the list!
It’s becoming increasingly less difficult for anyone with or without a blog to make money online these days with sponsored posts. Initially, you needed a fairly active blog to be paid to post content on it.
Recently, SeedingUp (Formerly known as Teliad) has introduced sponsored posts for social media to its line of services.
What this means is that you can get paid $50, $100, $200 and more for a post to your Facebook, Google plus, Twitter and/or YouTube profiles.
Shortcodes in WordPress are pieces of code that help you embed files or create objects that would normally require lots of complicated, ugly code in just one line.
They were introduced in WP version 2.5 and since then have become one of the most useful features.
When a shortcode is inserted in a WordPress post or page, WordPress will replace it with some other content while displaying the page/post to the reader. In other words, we instruct WordPress to find the macro and replace it with the appropriate dynamic content produced by a PHP function.
Content promotion doesn’t always have to be a catch-22!
Especially when you know how to find influencers and coerce them to do all of the heavy lifting while promoting your content.
It’s an easy task, and if you’ve heard the saying “work smarter, not harder,” this post is for you.
In the blogging industry the old adage of “If you create stellar content they will flock to your site” seems to be obsolete.