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Happy 2nd Anniversary Enstine Muki!

21 August 2012 was the day I started this journey. That was the day the decision to blog was born. It was the day I turned my back to every negative advice & suggestions  and looked ahead to a brighter future.

These have been 2 years of learning and meeting so many awesome bloggers. 2 years of earning and spending. 2 years of reading and writing.

Here is my story!

I have been creating websites for local clients since 2004. Starting off as a PC Technician, I came to love creating websites in Dreamweaver. My first ever site was hosted on Yahoo’s disconnected free hosting called Geocities. I’m sure some of you know this. Continue reading

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My True Story ~ The worst blogging advice I ever got!

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Before I got into blogging 2 years ago, I had a couple of friends online. I was running EasyRetweet.com and doing quite well (as a newbie) I had completely no idea what this blogging thing was all about. My initial idea behind the EasyRetweet.com tool was not for bloggers. But somehow, I soon found out it could be a wonderful tool for bloggers.

So I added a couple of functions to help bloggers gain more exposure on social media. That’s how I came to meet some really cool bloggers. I’ll be telling you details on my 2nd anniversary, just some hours from now

But one trusted friend gave me a piece of advice and I’m happy I never listened to her. I rejected her words and lunched into a dark unknown world. Today, I’m so excited I completely ignored her. What was the advice? Are you interested to know?  Continue reading

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9 reasons I will Never visit your blog again!

The last time I visited your blog, I was so disappointed. So I took the hard decision never to come back again.

As I’m writing this post, I’m sure you are still losing more visitors. I’m not the only one who left regretting to have clicked your link. Personally, I want to let you know 9 points that pushed me to this decision.

I’m sure after reading this points, you are going to sit up. There are millions of blogs out there with wonderful attractions. So I won’t regret keeping away from yours. I’m sure I’ll find what I want somewhere. I didn’t just want to go without letting you know why I’m leaving. So here are my reasons to quit for good; Continue reading

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MyCommentAuthors Version 1.2 Released! More Traffic, More Engagement!

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I’m so excited to announce version 1.2 of MyCommentAuthors free WordPress plugin. Initially, I did not see where it was going but after publishing version 1.0, the feedback from my community was quite exciting.

Some of you have installed the plugins. Others are waiting for month end as initially, it was a purely month end plugin. However, with version 1.2, you may have to get it right now. I’ll explain the new features shortly. Let me mention some few important and exciting developments. First, check out this post for version 1.0 Continue reading

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How Erik Emanuelli Makes A Solid Income Online!

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Another exciting Thursday and we are meeting someone to help you build a solid income online. That’s the reason for this weekly post here on this blog – help us meet people who can help.

I want to mention here that everyone I contact to feature surely will have something for you. They are pros and busy bloggers but if you engage with them, there is surely going to be an interesting relationship.

For the past few weeks, I have featured the following must-follow bloggers:

Donna Merrill Don Purdum Kevin Duncan Sherryl Perry Mi Muba

Now is time to meet Erik Emanuelli, an entrepreneur, traveler and passionate blogger. Erik traveled for work and pleasure in over 30 countries around the world.  He’s here to teach you how to make a solid income monthly online. Continue reading

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[NEW!] July Report ~ 279 unique commentators, 642 comments

I love comments! If you’re like me, say Yeeaaaaaah!

My readers and comment authors are the reason I get excited each time I login to my WordPress dashboard. Most of the comments are just like real conversion between me and my readers.

We have never met, have we?

Yet, we feel we know each other so intimately. This is one of the forces and goodies of blog commenting. Tell me, if you hear I’m in your country and your town, won’t you like us to meet?

As a matter of fact, it’s going to be one of the most exciting meetings you are going to have – meeting physically a fellow blogger and reader of your blog. Continue reading