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201 Tips You Didn’t Know That Can Make You A Rockstar Blogger

Rockstar Girl Leo Babauta and Mary Jaksch  just completed a 39 page report for you, called 201 Tips to Rock Your Blog … phew!

And they want to give to you for FREE.
Building and growing a successful blog is a whole lot easier when you have the information you need. The trouble is there's so much information out there these days that it's overwhelming.

That's why they've put together this list of 201 practical, powerful tips from previous A-List Blogging Bootcamps.

Whether you're in the 'just thinking about it' stage of blogging or you're an established blogger ready to skyrocket your subscriptions, you'll find tips you can use right away to help you achieve your blogging goals.

And that's not all…
They even created a video that shows you How to Write a Blog Post That Goes Viral. (Yes, they want to give that to you as well… they must be crazy …!) You can find out how to get the secret link to the video when you download 201 Tips to Rock Your Blog.
We hope that you'll use the report to rock your blog!
To your success Hendy

Twitter's New Terms and What It Means for You

Twitter is THE most mainstream online tool millions of people use constantly to communicate all sorts of stuff, from daily musings to business deals.

They just changed their Terms of Service. Four affected areas according to Twitter Blog:

Advertising—In the Terms, we leave the door open for advertising. We’d like to keep our options open as we’ve said before.

Ownership—Twitter is allowed to “use, copy, reproduce, process, adapt, modify, publish, transmit, display and distribute” your tweets because that’s what we do. However, they are your tweets and they belong to you.

APIs—The apps that have grown around the Twitter platform are flourishing and adding value to the ecosystem. You authorize us to make content available via our APIs. We’re also working on guidelines for use of the API.

SPAM—Abusive behavior and spam is also outlined in these terms according to the rules we’ve been operating under for some time.

What does this mean for you? Most likely, everything’s fine.

Every Twitter user is responsible for his own tweets. Spammy content won’t be tolerated. This is good because it ensures Twitter’s “cleanness”. On the other hand, you should not do risky business practices on Twitter to prevent account suspension (I’m sure you wouldn’t).

The advertising bit begs some curiosity. Will soon your tweets show up alongside a competitor’s ad? That’s quite possible. But I won’t bet on anything before anything certain comes along. I’m speculating though, that Twitter may introduce a paid plan to free your tweets from ads.

For now, business as usual though. What do you think? Are you worried or excited about Twitter’s recent developments? Please share in the comments!