Light of the Last Day
What might the light of the last day bring? The last day of your life? The last day of the world? Or the last day of a baseball season?
Thirteen fantasy authors examine endings - and sometimes beginnings - in stories and poems ranging from lyrical to macabre, from bizarre worlds to here and now, from hope to despair.
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Tag Archives: astrology blogging
(Astroblogging) The temptation is there. I get it. I really do. You’re an astrologer, either full or part-time. Like most astrologers you are not earning six figures. Heck, if you are earning high 30’s you are doing good. So when … Continue reading
(Astroblogging) Your headline is the point where you convert a person browsing the internet into your reader. But what is a good headline? What is going to grab the attention of both search engine and reader to drive traffic? After … Continue reading
(Astroblogging) TD Ameritrade’s commercial on the supposed Maya end time prediction has nothing on the impact of Google’s announcement that they shut down the Feedburner API on October 20, 2012. Nor does Google’s announcement mean the end of Feedburner services … Continue reading
(Astroblogging) The Age of Aquarius, the Information and Technology Age, brings the advent of a singular phenomenon, the death of single stream news dissemination: newspapers, radios and television. The internet brings a flood of information, literally more than any one … Continue reading
(Astroblogging) One astrology blogger friend wrote in our blogging group: “This spam blog is now *stealing my traffic.* It’s one thing to steal content (which I know is just plain wrong) but when I search for the above keywords, the … Continue reading
Self hosted? Not a Photoshop warrior? No way to add charts to your posts? Well, Jeffrey Kishner has created a plugin to do just this for you. The best part is that this plugin is free! You can grab this … Continue reading
(Astroblogging) In an astrology blogging workshop that I gave last year I talked about using Google Trends to mine subjects for blog posts. One attendee objected saying he didn’t want his writing dictated by the popular media. He seemed to … Continue reading