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Blogger’s guide to Google Search Console

Formerly known as Google Webmaster Tools before a rather unnecessary rebranding exercise, Google Search Console is a free tool you can install to track tons of data about your blog. This includes numbers related to search engines performance, and a range of technical parameters to assess user experience. GCS is…

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2016 blogging goals

It’s that time of the year again, when we all make overly ambitious New Year resolutions and commitments we know we’ll never stick to. So instead of making another set of endless promises I’ve no intention of actually following (finally stepping into a gym, drinking less, giving up Facebook, don’t pretend you…

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Blogging for your life

Yesterday, I wrote about the horrible attacks committed by Islamic fundamentalists, which once again struck the heart of France, and the civilised world along with her. Today I’d like to discuss other victims of religious fundamentalism. Because whilst terrorism is not (quite) a daily occurrence, state and mainstream fundamentalism are in…

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Liebster Award nomination

The other day I was kindly nominated for the Liebster Award by my friend Hannah, who recently started blogging at londongirllost2015. The Liebster Award is an online distinction granted by bloggers to fellow, relatively new bloggers. I love stuff like that, because it’s nice to know people read my content and enjoy…

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Tips to start a blog

Blogging is booming. Whereas a few years ago, it belonged to a reclusive geeky minority, nowadays most of us know someone who regularly blogs. With our every day lives increasingly happening online, it’s not wonder today’s writers, novelists, poets and diary keepers have traded pen and paper for WordPress or…

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