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On today’s post, Dorian Staten teaches us how he created his own customized header bar for his paper The Freethinker Post and gives us tips on creating our own. This is the first delivery of a “CSS styling tips” series that Dorian will be sharing with us.

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Here’s what happens to our traffic every week when we send our newsletter #BlogChat twitter.com/problogger/sta… — Darren Rowse (@problogger) December 10, 2012 Last night’s #Blogchat was huge! (25m impressions) Thanks to everyone who joined the chat and conversation! There was a tremendous turn-out of bloggers and marketers to share best practices around successful email marketing; interaction,… Read more »

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Late as I’ve come to George R.R. Martin’s “A Song of Ice And Fire” book series, I can’t put the books down now. They’re well-written and engaging. Engagement is — of course — the paramour of social media. If we can understand how to drive engagement over such long pieces of writing, we will become better online storytellers…. Read more »

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We’re really excited to share some enhancements and new features that will better support your email marketing activities. According to the 2012 MarketingSherpa Lead Generation Benchmark Report, email marketing is the most effective lead generation tactic used by marketers — so we’re truly excited to introduce the new Paper.li Email Newsletter Service, along with a few… Read more »

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Leo Laporte  – The Tech Guy has got to be my favorite radio show. During the show listeners call in and ask Leo questions about technology. Leo also likes to give his take on the latest and the greatest in the tech world. And sometimes he would tell a story about his son’s 18th birthday… Read more »

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You asked for it, so we coded it! Today we’re excited to announce the deployment of the new Paper.li “responsive design” paper view. Back in the good old days designing a user interface for a website was a whole lot easier. Consumption came in just a couple of flavors, desktop computer or laptop, and development… Read more »