Posts by Eartha 26
I currently have a monthly subscription to Photoshop. I have had it for over a year now as I was still doing some freelance web work in the past.Now I find that the only thing I use Photoshop for now is resizing images for my blog content. I feel like there isn't much of a need to continue paying for the subscription just for resizing images.That being said, I began looking into some free photo editing software options and found two that can get the job done.The first is Pixlr which can be foun
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As much as I enjoy blogging on my website, there are times in which I suffer from writer's block. As bloggers, this is something that is bound to happen to us, more often than not.One of the tools I use to overcome writer's block is called The Most Dangerous Writing App:http://www.themostdangerouswritingapp.comHow does it work? You click on the "start writing" button and begin typing. Whatever comes into your head, type it out. If you stop typing for more than 5 seconds, all of your work is los
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January 01, 2017
I have been cranking away on writing a lot of content on my blog. It has taken some time but I'm finally seeing my pages rank on pages 1, 2, and 3 of Google. I couldn't be more excited!I will continue doing the work of keyword research and writing helpful content. I am grateful for everything that I've learned here and what I continue to learn from everyone.The community here is awesome! Thanks so much. :)
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I created my website last month (June 2016) following the training I've learned here at Wealthy Affiliate. I logged into my Clickbank account learned that I had my first sale from the website on July 4th!Although I have made affiliate sales before, this sale is very special and exciting to me because it was due to the training I've learned here. The websites I've created in the past were "thin affiliate sites" - meaning, I didn't offer any real value.I became a member of Wealthy Affiliate to le
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I know that images can add a lot of visual appeal to any blog post. The problem is that free images are sometimes difficult to find. It can be costly to purchase stock photos each time you need an image and some free images require an attribution link or require permission before posting on your website.Fortunately, I came across a free resource that allows you to use images in anyway you like, even for commercial purposes. This resource is Pixabay which you can find below:https://pixabay.comYo
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June 10, 2016
After finishing the first course as a free member, it was a no-brainer to continue as a premium member. I'm very excited for all of the things I'll be learning here. The community is welcoming and I hope to be able to help others along the way as well!
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