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Rock died when Rap stole all the women and drugs

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hair-metalSo the other day I’m watching some 80’s hair metal band videos on Youtube.

Some epic rocking stuff…

Van Halen, Motley Crue, Ratt…

I’m a rocker through and through…

and I cannot lie.

🙂

So I’m watching Motley Crue’s ‘Girls Girls Girls’ video (hubba! hubba!!)…

and I start scanning some of the Youtube comments below the vid.

And the commenters are lamenting the decline of hard rock in this day of boy bands and ‘The Voice.’

But this one comment got my attention…

and it was classic:Continue reading

He fell on my blog and became spelling bee champion

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jackassHere’s a gem of an email from someone on my list:

‘o boy!! Your going to set me up a blog I fell special. blogs have been around for years and dont do what they do anymore. there played out and so are you that you dont know what your talking about.

i got an offer. look at my real opportnity and you should hope on board. If not, then I will get off your email because you need help jerk@$#.’

This is GREAT stuff.

Where do I start? First, let me wipe the tears from my eyes from the pure comedy.Continue reading

Are you building your online house on a bed of sand?

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house-on-sandAre you familiar with Matthew 7:24-27?? in the bible?

“Therefore everyone who hears these words of
mine and puts them into practice is like a wise
man who built his house on the rock. 25: The rain
came down, the streams rose, and the winds
blew and beat against that house; yet it did not fall,
because it had its foundation on the rock. 26: But
everyone who hears these words of mine and does
not put them into practice is like a foolish man who
built his house on sand. 27: The rain came down, the
streams rose, and the winds blew and beat against
that house, and it fell with a great crash.”

And such it is with social media.Continue reading

Why they don’t give a rats a@@ about you

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woman-barGot a quick story about this really hot girl I met sometime back…

I’m at one of my favorite restaurants out here in the desert where I live…I’m watching the house band play, I’m having a Margarita, it’s 82 degrees and all is right with the world.

Then strolling in comes this stunner of a woman.

‘Damn,’ I mutter to myself.

I then notice as she sits down she’s stealing glances at me. Then she smiles at me.

‘Ok’, I think to myself. ‘It’s ON’!Continue reading

How do you crack this $64,000 question?

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060208-N-3153C-088 Culver City, Calif. (Feb. 8, 2006) - Television game show ÒWheel of FortuneÓ hosted military members during a recent taping in support of the Armed Forces. Service members from various branches of the U.S. military participated in the show that will air the week of April 3, 2006. U.S. Navy photo by Journalist Seaman Ryan Clement (RELEASED)

“Wait…this is Pat Sajak! Eh…same difference.”

Do you remember the game show called…

‘The $64,000 Dollar Question?’

It aired on television between 1955 and 1958 (that’s even before MY time).

The premise: contestants were asked a series of questions starting at $1,000 and it doubled for each right answer until it got up to 64 grand.

The show obviously didn’t last long but its title became somewhat a figure of speech in the years after when someone would refer to a question where the answer is not known but everybody wants to know it.Continue reading

Using The Brief Paragraph Technique to Get Your Posts Read

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Grammar…phooey…use the Brief Paragraph Technique to get your posts read

When you’re posting to your blog, you have ONE initial goal:

To get your post read.

Everyone knows your first step is to craft a compelling headline. After that, you want your reader to actually read the article.

Let’s be honest. There are a lot of factors that go in to getting people to read your stuff: Interest in the subject matter, proper wording etc…

But a great place to start is using The Brief Paragraph technique, as I like to call it.Continue reading

WordPress Automatic Backup: A Must for Your Blog

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Wordpress Automatic Backup

You must have a WordPress automatic backup system in place to protect yourself

It’s frankly amazing to me how many people I talk to that are blog/website owners that do not back up their site data.

Let me be clear:  Once you have your blog online and have put some content up you MUST have a system to back up your work that you’ve worked so hard to create.

And since we focus on blogging and wordpress around here at KennethHolland.com, you NEED to use some version of an effective WordPress automatic backup system.Continue reading

9 Reasons Why You Should Use WordPress for Your Blog

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9 Reasons Why I Think You Should Use WordPress for Your Blog

When you’re ready to start your own website, you’ll need to use a software or platform to house and run it.  To achieve this, there’s probably no better system you can employ than to use WordPress.

WordPress is an open source Content Management System that enables you to easily start a blog or other type of website. WordPress is incredibly popular, with an estimated 80 Million sites using the platform!Continue reading

Why Blog Marketing Should be Part of Your Online Business

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Blog Marketing should be part of your MLMThere are many business models (online and offline) where blog marketing can have a positive impact on branding and sales of your business.

For our purposes, I want to show you why blog marketing, or blogging as it’s commonly referred to, can have a extremely positive impact on your Internet or MLM/Network Marketing business.Continue reading

Hostgator Black Friday Sale – $1.39 to Start Your Blog

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Get your blog online for super cheap with the Hostgator Black Friday Sale

Have you been planning to start your blog but keep putting it off? Well now you have no excuse…

Hostgator is running their yearly Hostgator Black Friday Sale where you can get your blog online for as low as $1.39. They are also offering discounts on domain name purchases.

 

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