1) Purpose Why does your blog exist? What to document: One defining statement articulating the purpose of your blog. Before you can dig in to the strategy of your blog, you need to clearly articulate its underlying purpose. Take a ...

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-This competition is open to African American poets only. If you have already had a book published by Lotus Press, you are ineligible. However, inclusion in a Lotus Press anthology does not disqualify you. -Any other serious African American poet, ...

We're getting into the end of summer, so now is the time to make those summer photography goals come to fruition. Our monthly Your Best Shot contest is a chance to show off your best recent work with no category ...

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The Benefits of Business Blogs for Marketing 1) It helps drive traffic to your website. Raise your hand if you want more website visitors. Yeah, me too. Now think about the ways people find your website: They could type your ...

Here are 10 things you can do, along with a variety of resources you can use, to create and promote a successful business blog. #1: Establish Blog Goals A business blog is a long-term commitment—an investment of time, energy and ...

Any poet will tell you that the only thing rarer than meaningful recognition is a meaningful payday. For two outstanding poets each year, the Kingsley and Kate Tufts awards represent both. The Tufts poetry awards – based at Claremont Graduate ...

Wake up! We’ve got 2016 – not 2006. If you are blogging in 2016, you must not try to achieve success with the same approach as you would have done in 2006. Why? Because times have changed – and if ...