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Blogging’dot’com

If you’re new to blogging there’s some great ideas at Blogging’dot’com

Extract below:-

What is a blog exactly?

Blogs are, in many ways, the Swiss Army knives of the internet.

Starting out as online diaries in the 90s, blogging has grown into a massive, endlessly varied form of communication.

Blogs can be short story collections, recipe hubs, role-playing games, or records of UFO sightings. They can help businesses advertise, educate customers, inform shareholders, or inspire community interactions.

Chances are if you can imagine it, there is a blog about it somewhere. Probably hundreds of them!

Blogs are one of the last level playing fields on the web. What are you waiting for?

 
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Posted by on April 22, 2011 in TaTUM

 

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Why call this TaTUM?

Why call this TaTUM?

Tried and Tested User Manuals (TaTUM)
The name was created to reflect the founder’s, Maggie Baldry, proofreading, editing and writing skills. The service was created to help authors, businesses, creative teams, basically anyone who needs a skillful eye to check their work.

What skills does Maggie have that might help me with my writing?

  • 20 years experience as a Technical Author with the Electrolux Group.

  •  Proofreading, editing and writing services offered to a wider audience since 2003.

  • A familiar name to the futuretext publishing company as she has edited and developed their books from conception to launch.

  • Worked directly with Ajit Jaokar, the founder of the London-based publishing and research company futuretext since 2003.

  • Helped with the preparation of the original OpenGardens manuscript and then followed on with Mobile Strategies and more recently Mobile Web 2.0.
 
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Posted by on April 3, 2011 in TaTUM

 

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