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6 Ways That Blogging Can Save You Money


Even though I've had several personal blogs for years, I've only been officially business blogging since 2003. So in going back over expenses for the last quarter, you can imagine my shock when I realized that my overall business costs were down about 19%. What saved me so much money? Surprisingly, blogging.

How can you save money with your blog? It's pretty simple, so I'll be brief.

Attract search engine traffic without paying the big bucks

If you want Google, Yahoo and MSN to pay attention to you, blog.

It doesn't have to be a whole new site, just add a directory to your existing site and start blogging. Most blog software solutions are either cheap or free.

And you can find out most basic blog information online for free (really, sometimes just typing your question into Google will do it.) by people who've actually done it. For less than $100, you can build a small library of blog tips and secrets, written by successful business bloggers.

Instead of buying links, get one-way links from blog search engines and directories, as well as getting your RSS feed content displayed at other sites.

Linking is a great way to get search engine attention and click traffic. Some people get links by trading; others by including their links at the end of freely distributed articles. Others pay to be listed, or to get linked.

In each of these scenarios, some type of trade takes place, money, free content, or a link back.

When you blog, you'll find plenty of search engines and directories that are willing to list you free of charge. For the most part you won't need to link back - you'll get a one-way link from site favored by search engines, often using text that you select yourself.

If 90 or more of these free, legitimate links back to your site is worth your time, then get you blog in motion.

Not only that, if you update frequently, other sites may want to display your RSS feed content on their sites. To encourage them to do so, put a link on your page with instructions on how to do so. Ever since I put one on the front of my site, various feeds from my main site have turned up in the most unexpected places.

Cheaper way to study your audience.

As your blog gets more popular, you may start to find that on any given day, you have a representative cross-section of prospects and clients at your site. If you have a question for them, you can just... ask.

True, you can post a link to a survey in your newsletter or on your site, but these are not as interactive as the ability for your audience to comment. They will comment, and you can reply to ask them to expand, or clarify. Conversation gets going and before you know it, a bond is formed, a much stronger bond than occurs in a one-way conversation.

Cheaper (and faster) way to start a resource or authority site.

Five years ago, if you wanted to start an authority site, your best bet was to build a portal with a specialized directory at its core. Three years ago, you were better off starting a forum with a resource section attached to it. Last year, your top bet was a feed-enabled content management system, especially as more parts of content management systems began to have content feeds related to them. (I have 12 feeds for each of my PHP-Nuke based sites, though they don't work as well with Google Tap.)

Now, if you want to be the expert, you want to start a blog.

If you're blogging consistently, you have a hub of information collected that will inspire return traffic. You have a collection of links to articles, sites, and tools. You can constantly write up your own opinion editorials on each of these items, as well as fact-based analysis of news and events that can help your audience make better choices.

As blog software matures you can now categorize, and alphabetize your links, and with the ability to ping multiple sources as well as leave trackback links to other sites, you can send your readers through a ring of related, freshly updated information that ultimately leads back to you.

Spend less money on advertising as your blog becomes more popular

I can't promise you that you'll never spend another red cent on advertising costs. However, the amount of free advertising you get from having your blog link or RSS feed listed in dozens of search engines and directories, and popping up in feed readers is not to be underestimated.

You'll probably still want to do some ezine advertising when your new ebook or software release is debuted. But you may not need to buy as much advertising or purchase as often.

Then there is the fact that many newsletters that are also published to RSS feeds have wider reach. I've found that it's worth the extra money to appear in both versions - ask your favorite publisher for details. For publications that allow this, it's normally only 20% extra

Save money by retaining visitors

You've probably heard a thousand times that it is easier to sell repeatedly to an existing client than it is to find a new one. So how do you get that visitor to come back, and possibly buy again?

A constant stream of new information on a particular topic work is enough to keep people buying a daily newspaper, subscribing to a magazine or viewing a television series.

Frequent updates can work the same way for your site.

With bloggers being named People of the Year by Time magazine last year, if you're not blogging in 2005, you're going to be left in the dust by other sites in your industry that do. It doesn't have to take up a lot of extra time, and the time it does takes is made up for in the money you can save.

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Verizon is trying to sell off Tumblr  Engadget

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BJP, RSS are God-Se Lovers: Rahul Gandhi  Business Standard

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Ashok Gehlot makes scathing attack on RSS  Pardaphash

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The Rise and Demise of RSS  Motherboard

Before the internet was consolidated into centralized information silos, RSS imagined a better way to let users control their online personas.


As Microsoft moves more blogs off its MSDN and TechNet sites, here's how to stay current - ZDNet
As Microsoft moves more blogs off its MSDN and TechNet sites, here's how to stay current  ZDNet

For the past year-plus, I have been noticing a number of Microsoft bloggers posting that their blogs were either shutting down or moving to private/custom sites.


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Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 2/6/19: I have seen the Snappening and it is an RSS feed  Comics Beat

Kibbles 'n' Bits 2/6/19: I have seen the Snappening and it is an RSS feed - The Beat.


My RSS feeds from a decade ago, a snapshot of gadget blogging when that was a thing - Boing Boing
My RSS feeds from a decade ago, a snapshot of gadget blogging when that was a thing  Boing Boing

I chanced upon an ancient backup of my RSS feed subscriptions, a cold hard stone of data from my time at Wired in the mid-2000s. The last-modified date on the ...


The 10 Most Important SEO Strategies For Your WordPress Blog in 2019 - Forbes
The 10 Most Important SEO Strategies For Your WordPress Blog in 2019  Forbes

You can take your Wordpress SEO to the next level. Following are 10 ways to make sure your WordPress site and *content* are optimized to the fullest.


Why Gurumurthy and RSS need a worldview - Economic Times
Why Gurumurthy and RSS need a worldview  Economic Times

Dear Gurumurthy, Intellectually, you are far ahead of RSS colleagues who think the story of Shiva placing an elephant's head on the decapitated Ganesha ...


Track RSS Feeds (Yes RSS) with Feedly – ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Track RSS Feeds (Yes RSS) with Feedly – ProfHacker - Blogs  The Chronicle of Higher Education

When Google Reader was retired in 2013, many people lost their favorite way to keep up with new posts from their favorite news websites and blogs.


Brickfish Announces SocialPulse: Real-Time Social Listening Event - Associated Press
Brickfish Announces SocialPulse: Real-Time Social Listening Event  Associated Press

Press release *content* from BusinessWire. The AP news staff was not involved in its creation.


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Best WordPress themes 2019: Our picks for business, blogging, podcasts  Mashable

We've sorted through customer reviews and expert recommendations to bring you this list.


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Uncommon Blogging Tactics Are Highly Effective, New Study Shows  Search Engine Journal

A recent study on blogging in 2018 shows that the least common blogging tactics are most likely to be successful.


What's Behind the Teacher Strikes? Social Justice, Not Just Salaries - Inequality.org
What's Behind the Teacher Strikes? Social Justice, Not Just Salaries  Inequality.org

A new generation of union activists see their struggle as part of the fight for equitable resources for the communities in which they teach.


Meet some of Charleston's most popular bloggers and social media influencers - Charleston Post Courier
Meet some of Charleston's most popular bloggers and social media influencers  Charleston Post Courier

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Weekend Reading – Rediscovering Blogging Edition – ProfHacker - Blogs  The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Immigrants Aren't the National Emergency  Inequality.org

Communities like mine, in small-town Michigan, are told to blame immigrants when unchecked capitalism hurts us. We don't buy it.


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Welcome to Starts With A Bang!  ScienceBlogs

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The RSS isn't an NGO, it very much a government organisation - Times of India
The RSS isn't an NGO, it very much a government organisation  Times of India

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Five years after Google conquered and abandoned RSS, the news-reader ecosystem is showing green shoots - Boing Boing
Five years after Google conquered and abandoned RSS, the news-reader ecosystem is showing green shoots  Boing Boing

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The Role of Family Wealth in Reinforcing Generational Divides  Inequality.org

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More Than 50,000 NSFW Tumblr Blogs Were Archived by the Partiko Team This Week - PRNewswire
More Than 50,000 NSFW Tumblr Blogs Were Archived by the Partiko Team This Week  PRNewswire

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What is RSS? And Is It Still Important? - Small Business Trends
What is RSS? And Is It Still Important?  Small Business Trends

What is RSS? We explain why RSS is not dying and why it is still important. For small business owners and bloggers, we explain the benefits of RSS feeds.


Josh Bycer's Blog - The Philosophies of Gameplay - Gamasutra
Josh Bycer's Blog - The Philosophies of Gameplay  Gamasutra

Gameplay may come in all forms and genres, but today, we're going to talk about how we can break it down into two philosophies that govern the player'


Unsung RSS warriors of democracy - Times of India
Unsung RSS warriors of democracy  Times of India

Eighty-seven RSS swayamsewaks died fighting the Emergency. More than 80 thousand of them were jailed and suffered physical tortures. Many of them saw ...


What States Can Do to Reduce Poverty and Inequality Through Tax Policy - Inequality.org
What States Can Do to Reduce Poverty and Inequality Through Tax Policy  Inequality.org

State governments have many options for recouping the windfalls large corporations and the wealthy received through the 2017 Republican federal tax law.


Video Article - History of Game Design Part 1: Race Games - Gamasutra
Video Article - History of Game Design Part 1: Race Games  Gamasutra

Most of the oldest board games that have been found are Race Games, and they are found all over the world. They are also incredibly popular, being pla.


How to become a science blogger – your 4-step guide - Nanowerk
How to become a science blogger – your 4-step guide  Nanowerk

We show you how to become a science blogger and set up your science news site in 4 steps.


Ram Mandir goes to the backburner. Again. - Times of India
Ram Mandir goes to the backburner. Again.  Times of India

The RSS and VHP have done well to withdraw from the Ram Mandir agitation till the Lok Sabha elections draw to a close. For one, the movement was finding ...


Max Pears's Blog - Shape Theory in Level Design - Gamasutra
Max Pears's Blog - Shape Theory in Level Design  Gamasutra

Shape Theory is a theory we all know apart about and we are aware of it subconsciously. Here I break down how it can be used for level design and how.


'The concept of Hindu rashtra is not theocratic … It's an adjective of the nation, not an objective' - Times of India
'The concept of Hindu rashtra is not theocratic … It's an adjective of the nation, not an objective'  Times of India

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) last week held a three-day conference to outline its world view. A lecture by its chief Mohan Bhagwat appeared to signal ...


How to: create a Slack alert bot for Parliament events - Online Journalism Blog
How to: create a Slack alert bot for Parliament events  Online Journalism Blog

Following a request on the Bureau Local Slack channel (join here) I created a tutorial on how to create a Slack bot which would post alerts whenever a new ...


9 Places to Share Your Blog Feed to Automatically Update Your Social Media Contacts - Search Engine Journal
9 Places to Share Your Blog Feed to Automatically Update Your Social Media Contacts  Search Engine Journal

Most of us are active at a number of social media sites. And I bet, we all have a blog (or several blogs). You are very likely to be eager to share what.


Creating a Sustainable PR Program in a Hits-Driven Mobile Game Ecosystem - Gamasutra
Creating a Sustainable PR Program in a Hits-Driven Mobile Game Ecosystem  Gamasutra

At its core, public relations is largely about creating consistency. Anyone who has been in a PR meeting has heard the word 'drumbeat' more than once- create a ...


Pranab Mukherjee elucidates constitutional values to RSS, but did he also do an Advani on Congress? - Times of India
Pranab Mukherjee elucidates constitutional values to RSS, but did he also do an Advani on Congress?  Times of India

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How often should you post new blog entries? - PR Daily  PR Daily

Should you post short, topical pieces at a high frequency, or is it better to have occasional posts with highly targeted information? The answer lies in between.


Chris Zukowski's Blog - The best slides I saw at GDC 2019 - Gamasutra
Chris Zukowski's Blog - The best slides I saw at GDC 2019  Gamasutra

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Nathan Cheever's Blog - Event SuperVision - Gamasutra
Nathan Cheever's Blog - Event SuperVision  Gamasutra

Every game has ways to monitor and add gameplay at the right times. Interested in how sandbox game events differ from traditional linear ones? PAR.


Lewis Denby's Blog - Why nobody cares about your indie game - Gamasutra
Lewis Denby's Blog - Why nobody cares about your indie game  Gamasutra

The top 5 reasons indie game marketing falls on deaf ears - and how to steer things back on track for your game!


Luke Sigmund's Blog - EverQuest: 20 Years of Retention - Gamasutra
Luke Sigmund's Blog - EverQuest: 20 Years of Retention  Gamasutra

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Keith Burgun's Blog - My thoughts on difficulty in games  Gamasutra

Inspired by the recent conversations on game difficulty surrounding the release of Sekiro, designer Keith Burgun gives his take. Beyond exclusionary g.


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James Margaris's Blog - An Artifact Card Review  Gamasutra

20 pages of thoughts on Artifact cards that begin with the letter 'A'


Bhagwat talks glasnost but are Sangh footsoldiers listening? - Times of India
Bhagwat talks glasnost but are Sangh footsoldiers listening?  Times of India

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James Patton's Blog - Spinnortality: crunching the numbers  Gamasutra

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Dan Cox's Blog - Three Lessons for Narrative Game Design Students  Gamasutra

Three general lessons for students interested in narrative and game design on communities, supporting people, and the role of practice in trying to im.


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Last blog standing, “last guy dancing”: How Jason Kottke is thinking about kottke.org at 20  Nieman Journalism Lab at Harvard

In 2013, Jason Kottke wrote a prediction for Nieman Lab's year-end roundup: “The blog is dead, long live the blog.” Kottke was then (and still is) owner of one of ...


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Move or Die and its 5+ Year Journey to the PlayStation 4  Gamasutra

From “flashy” beginnings to the development swamp and finally launching a console game, this is the story of how Move or Die was made.


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Thais Weiller's Blog - Bittersweet Game Design -- The 'What'  Gamasutra

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Start RSS Feeding Content Today With dlvr.it to Social Media [How-To] - Rocks Digital
Start RSS Feeding Content Today With dlvr.it to Social Media [How-To]  Rocks Digital

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RSS Feeds and How To Burn Them  Business 2 Community

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Ryan Darcey's Blog - Designing a Production Process: An Addendum - Gamasutra
Ryan Darcey's Blog - Designing a Production Process: An Addendum  Gamasutra

An addendum to my Designing a Production Process series that describes how to further utilize your issue tracking database to support it.


Designing a planet-scale real-world AR platform - Gamasutra
Designing a planet-scale real-world AR platform  Gamasutra

At Niantic, we're in the process of developing an incredible planet-scale Augmented Reality (AR) platform. In this post, we explore where we believe.


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Breath of the Wild Open World Analysis: Gravity to go Forward  Gamasutra

Analyzing the open world design in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild to break down Nintendo's level design and use of topography to guide where t.


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Unai Cabezon's Blog - Solving interdimensional crimes  Gamasutra

A unique feature in Double Cross is its investigation system, unusual in action-platforming games. How did it come to be, and how did it evolve to the.


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What’s the Ideal Blog Post Length for SEO?  Search Engine Journal

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Vasburg E''s Blog - Don't Browse ArtStation Too Much  Gamasutra

Does ArtStation bring artists closer together or their art, making it more similar in the process? In this article, I discuss if there is an underlyin.


Strong leader, a brittle virtue? If BJP suffers reverses in 2019, Modi's leadership qualities will be truly tested - Times of India
Strong leader, a brittle virtue? If BJP suffers reverses in 2019, Modi's leadership qualities will be truly tested  Times of India

Between 2004 and 2014, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) faced the 'no strong leader' problem. Party elder LK Advani's prime ministerial candidacy in 2009 and the ...


My Parents' Work-Life Balance: When Your Mom Is “Mommy Blogger” Heather Armstrong aka Dooce - Slate
My Parents' Work-Life Balance: When Your Mom Is “Mommy Blogger” Heather Armstrong aka Dooce  Slate

In this series, kids (and not-exactly-kids-anymore) review how well their parents balance life and work. To nominate a potential subject, ideally between the ages ...


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Gregory Campbell's Blog - Humanity vs. Human Resources  Gamasutra

Humanity vs. Human Resources. Intro While this article focuses on what I understand the definitions to be of 'humanity' and 'human resources' in the context of ...


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Jake Birkett's Blog - How to choose what game to make next  Gamasutra

I just got back from a trip to Boston where I took part in several roundtable discussions with indies and Valve that were mostly about how to make games that ...


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Graveyard Keeper: How the graphics effects are made  Gamasutra

The summary of tips and tricks used in Graveyard Keeper to make different graphical effects and apply them on a pixel art picture.


Unity Audio Import Optimisation - getting more BAM for your RAM - Gamasutra
Unity Audio Import Optimisation - getting more BAM for your RAM  Gamasutra

Unity's audio import settings are not widely understood in their entirety, and at the time of writing, I have been unable to find any comprehensive guides to their ...


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Await the Ayodhya verdict: Why orchestrated attempt to pre-empt the judicial verdict subverts the rule of law  Times of India

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8 Ways to Get (and Keep) Blog Readers  Backstage

If a blogger falls in a forest, and there's no one around to see it…will Google still pick up the feed? Ha! I crack myself up. For those of us who spend time blogging ...


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Joost van Dongen's Blog - The psychology of matchmaking  Gamasutra

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Romanus Surt's Blog - Das Geisterschiff Postmortem  Gamasutra

Official Postmortem for Das Geisterschiff, a survival horror adventure dungeon crawler and the first game by Graverobber Foundation.


My daughter asked me to stop writing about motherhood. Here’s why I can’t do that. - The Washington Post
My daughter asked me to stop writing about motherhood. Here’s why I can’t do that.  The Washington Post

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A Few Simple Benefits of Using An RSS Feed  Business 2 Community

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Analysing indie game marketing trends: What you should know going into 2019  Gamasutra

Observations from working on 50+ indie game marketing campaigns in 2018 - and some tips for how to give your game the best chance of success in 2019.


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Pavel Shylenok's Blog - Effective Game Design: Software Challenges  Gamasutra

Game design is the most important part of every game, but there are no specific tools for game designers. Dialogues must have a diagram-like layout to.


Games software/hardware to top $200 billion by 2023 despite short-term questions - Gamasutra
Games software/hardware to top $200 billion by 2023 despite short-term questions  Gamasutra

Digi-Capital's Games Report forecasts that games industry software/hardware combined could drive well over $200 billion revenue by 2023, despite short.


Jingoism for election benefit - Times of India
Jingoism for election benefit  Times of India

Now that we are done with the singing of paeans (very well-deserved, of course) for our valiant Air Force pilots, isn't it time to sit back and think whether or not ...


Lance Craner's Blog - 2 years as a part time Indie Developer - Gamasutra
Lance Craner's Blog - 2 years as a part time Indie Developer  Gamasutra

Introduction. Two years ago I setup Yobowargames and work in my spare time as a solo Indie developer. Since I also have a full-time day job I would classify ...


Caleb Compton's Blog - Game Design Book Reviews: Game Programming Patterns - Gamasutra
Caleb Compton's Blog - Game Design Book Reviews: Game Programming Patterns  Gamasutra

In my first game design book review I take a look at Game Programming patterns by Robert Nystrom. This book is a great resource for somebody who knows.


Thomas Bidaux's Blog - Games and Crowdfunding in 2018 - Gamasutra
Thomas Bidaux's Blog - Games and Crowdfunding in 2018  Gamasutra

A look at 2018 numbers for crowdfunding and video games.


Pascal Luban's Blog - Apple Arcade : Opportunity for indies or illusion ? - Gamasutra
Pascal Luban's Blog - Apple Arcade : Opportunity for indies or illusion ?  Gamasutra

Apple has announced its new game distribution *service*, Apple Arcade. This subscription-based *service* offers unlimited access to games present in its c.


An enigma called Rahul Gandhi - Times of India
An enigma called Rahul Gandhi  Times of India

The Minority Department in the Congress party organisation is charged to look after the affairs of minorities that include Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, ...


Tom Pugh's Blog - Level Design Tips and Tricks - Gamasutra
Tom Pugh's Blog - Level Design Tips and Tricks  Gamasutra

In this blog post I'm going to elaborate on a selection of tips and tricks that I've tweeted over the last few months from my account @TomPugh1112. These tips ...


It's all about Rahul Gandhi - Times of India
It's all about Rahul Gandhi  Times of India

In a manic display of energy, he's here, he's there, he's everywhere. Election 2019 is quickly becoming all about Rahul Gandhi. His NYAY scheme may or may ...


What to Expect from Hearthstone in World Cyber Games 2019 - Gamasutra
What to Expect from Hearthstone in World Cyber Games 2019  Gamasutra

World Cyber Games, the “Olympics of Esports”, had announced that Blizzard Entertainment's Hearthstone is one of the official game titles in the.


Malleable and manifold: How the shape-shifting Hanuman continues to serve all our purposes - Times of India
Malleable and manifold: How the shape-shifting Hanuman continues to serve all our purposes  Times of India

Yogi Adityanath may or may not have said that Hanuman was a Dalit, that portion of his speech is unclear. But he did set off a hectic ownership dispute in the ...


Promote Your Blog On The Web Using These 30 Tips - Small Business Trends
Promote Your Blog On The Web Using These 30 Tips  Small Business Trends

Are you looking for ways to promote your blog for more traffic and better rankings? Here is a list of over 30 on and offline ways to do that.


Tim Merel's Blog - $5.7 billion games investment in 2018 doubles previous record - Gamasutra
Tim Merel's Blog - $5.7 billion games investment in 2018 doubles previous record  Gamasutra

Digi-Capital's Games Report Q1 2019 tracked games companies raising $5.7 billion in 2018, which was over twice the previous record investment from.


Content Syndication Basics: Who, What, Where, When, Why & How - Search Engine Journal
Content Syndication Basics: Who, What, Where, When, Why & How  Search Engine Journal

Is *content* syndication right for you? Let's look at the basics of *content* syndication, what it is and isn't good for, and some tips for getting started.


[Post Mortem - 1 year later]: I managed to ship 6000 copies to stay in business - Gamasutra
[Post Mortem - 1 year later]: I managed to ship 6000 copies to stay in business  Gamasutra

One year ago I failed to ship 700 units to stay in business. Now I'm working on my next game after releasing a major update to the original one. A fai.


What Bandersnatch Teaches About the Illusion of Choice - Gamasutra
What Bandersnatch Teaches About the Illusion of Choice  Gamasutra

Black Mirror's Bandersnatch episode recently debuted, and offered viewers a lesson on the illusion of choice that developers have to deal with.


Dear Charmy, why I'm still ambivalent about Sabarimala - Times of India
Dear Charmy, why I'm still ambivalent about Sabarimala  Times of India

I can't speak for Shashi Tharoor or Manu Joseph, but much of your article rebutting mine made sense to me. I respect your clarity, but still don't share it. There's a ...


Should You Syndicate Your Blog to Get More Traffic & Leads? - Search Engine Watch
Should You Syndicate Your Blog to Get More Traffic & Leads?  Search Engine Watch

Organic blog promotion is a tactic that trips up many *content* creators since there is rarely one sure-fire to get increased traffic. Some of the strategies marketers ...


The Ultimate Guide to Email Marketing Integrations - Business 2 Community
The Ultimate Guide to Email Marketing Integrations  Business 2 Community

When a customer signs up to receive emails from your business, you get a lot of information. Sitting in a database connected to your email account, valuable ...


Understanding the outrage over the Surf Excel Holi commercial - Times of India
Understanding the outrage over the Surf Excel Holi commercial  Times of India

A recent TV commercial by Hindustan Unilever for its Surf Excel brand triggered an explosion of outrage in the Right-wing universe. The ad shows a group of ...


Burger King remove 'racist' chopsticks ad - BBC News
Burger King remove 'racist' chopsticks ad  BBC News

Burger King has removed an advert which shows western people trying to eat a burger with oversized red chopsticks following criticism on social media.


JPL Blog - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
JPL Blog  Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Dawn and the worlds it has been to. The ship left Earth in 2007, sailed over Mars in 2009, orbited Vesta in 2011-2012 and has been at Ceres since 2015.


An improved way of grabbing objects in VR with Unity3D - Gamasutra
An improved way of grabbing objects in VR with Unity3D  Gamasutra

There are several ways to solve object grabbing in VR with Unity3D but all have some kind of issue. This blog post summarize different approaches and.


Jussi-Petteri Kemppainen's Blog - Dive into the depths of the fog - Gamasutra
Jussi-Petteri Kemppainen's Blog - Dive into the depths of the fog  Gamasutra

As a great fan of old-school adventure games. I wanted to achieve some of that aesthetic in our game as well. For me, the clear style choice those games utilized ...


Pascal Luban's Blog - Rise of mixed monetization strategies - Gamasutra
Pascal Luban's Blog - Rise of mixed monetization strategies  Gamasutra

Freemium? Premium? If you have a hard time choosing which one is best for your game, mixed monetization strategy could be the right one for you.


Pietro Polsinelli's Blog - Direction Tools For Your Game's Dialogues - Gamasutra
Pietro Polsinelli's Blog - Direction Tools For Your Game's Dialogues  Gamasutra

We present some concepts with which one can enrich the available toolset when writing and designing in-game dialogues, mostly inspired by comic design.


7 Super-Actionable Facebook Messenger Marketing Tips to Try Right Now - Business 2 Community
7 Super-Actionable Facebook Messenger Marketing Tips to Try Right Now  Business 2 Community

If you're new to using chatbots to broadcast messages in Facebook Messenger for up to 8x higher engagement rate than email, you've found the place to start.


How blockchain can (and will) influence game design - Gamasutra
How blockchain can (and will) influence game design  Gamasutra

HOW BLOCKCHAIN CAN (AND WILL) INFLUENCE GAME DESIGN. Imagine that your users can create unique *content* for your game and get paid for doing that ...


Swami Agnivesh Blames RSS, BJP Yuva Morcha For Mob Attack - Outlook India
Swami Agnivesh Blames RSS, BJP Yuva Morcha For Mob Attack  Outlook India

Self-proclaimed spiritual and social activist Swami Agnivesh was allegedly attacked by a mob in Jharkhand's Pakur district.


Why Jeff Bezos Went to Medium With His Message - The New York Times
Why Jeff Bezos Went to Medium With His Message  The New York Times

When people have something to say, they come to Medium, where they can say it at length,” a spokeswoman for the online platform said.


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