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Please Take My 2014 Reader Survey

Please Take My 2014 Reader Survey

One area that I have struggled with over the past couple of years has been consistency in writing. Over the last few months I have had several friends encourage me to create more because they have either learned or been inspired by something I have shared. There are many different ways that I could create […]

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It’s Not About the Platform

It’s Not About the Platform

A favorite hobby of many in this industry seems to be telling people that they’re doing “it” wrong, whatever “it” is in the given conversation. Now that Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flickr are out ahead as the major social networks, it becomes harder to debate social platforms, though it definitely still occurs, especially with location-based […]

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Now Running on the Genesis Theme Framework

Now Running on the Genesis Theme Framework

If you visit this blog via a browser, then you probably noticed that I have been making some changes ’round these parts over the past week or so. If you haven’t stopped by lately, come on over and see how the scenery has changed. Late last week, I switched to the Genesis Theme Framework for […]

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Are Blog Comments Dead?

Are Blog Comments Dead?

As engagement and sharing on Twitter, Facebook and other social tools continues to increase, many bloggers are noticing a sharp decrease in comments on their blogs.  Of course, that doesn’t mean that interest is declining.  RSS and email subscriptions, site traffic and social sharing may all be continuing to increase.  These are tracked through a […]

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Gone Mobile

You can now access a mobile version of [justinrlevy.com] when you use a touch mobile device such as an iPhone or Droid.  Previously this blog had utilized the Carrington theme to create a mobile version of the site.  But, I just switched over to WPtouch to create a fuller experience.  Carrington had many of the […]

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