• How To Start A Blog using WordPress ★ Step by Step ★
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    How To Start A Blog using WordPress ★ Step by Step ★

    Hi my name is Martie from letsbuildwp.com aka Let’s Build WordPress on YouTube and today I am going to show you how to start your very own blog using WordPress. This is going to be an amazing looking blog but instead of just talking about it I’m going to show you. So this is the exact blog I’m going to show you how to build today, step by step. I�m going to show you how to add your own images and your own text. I’m going to show you how to embed videos from YouTube, I’m also going to show you how to add clickable links to your posts so…

  • Daley Dose – Part 4 of 4 Video Blogging Tips
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    Daley Dose – Part 4 of 4 Video Blogging Tips

    Video Blogging Tips Part 4 Part 4 already and it’s time to wrap up our series dedicated to motivating new video bloggers out there! We’re going to address length of videos, screen size and your audience today. Always know your audience. That is where you start with any video project, any marketing project. Are your viewers tech savvy? Will they be on the go and watching your videos on mobile devices or will they be sitting in the office on their bigger screen? How long are their attention spans for consuming information? Consider all of the factors before you start. You want your graphics to be easily readable on ANY…

  • How to use a custom domain on your Blogger.com blog (2017)
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    How to use a custom domain on your Blogger.com blog (2017)

    Hi, I’m Guido, and this is ‘How to use a custom domain name on your blogger.com blog’. First, you’ll have to register a domain name. I use Namecheap to register domain names, so that’s what I’ll be using in this video. If you want to follow along with this video step-by-step, use Namecheap to register your domain name. Go to Namecheap.com, click the search bar, type the domain name you want to register, and click ‘search’. It will not show all the available options; the different top-level domains that are available for register. So, all of them seem to be available. I’m going with the .xyz, as it’s the cheapest,…

  • Twitter in Plain English
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    Twitter in Plain English

    So, what are you doing? It’s one of the first questions we often ask friends and family. Even if the answer is just mowing the lawn or cooking dinner, it’s interesting to us. It makes us feel connected and a part of each other’s lives. Unfortunately, most of our day-to-day lives are hidden from people that care. Booooo! Of course, we have email and blogs and phones to keep us connected, but you wouldn’t send an email to tell a friend you’re having coffee – your friend doesn’t need to know that. But – what about people that want to know about the little things that happen in your life?…

  • Day 5 Blogging sculpting my new doll with tips and tricks
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    Day 5 Blogging sculpting my new doll with tips and tricks

    hi everyone I’m Barbara from fairies in my pond and today is blogging 5 sculpting my new doll i want to show you this before i go any further with it but I’ve started to clean it out and I’ve started to drill the eyes and i want you to notice with this part when they are just made with the straw they appeared to be smaller and i have to keep that in mind when I’m sculpting when I drill it out do you see how much larger that they do get there is the back of it now I have a lot of drilling to do because I…

  • What is a Uniform Resource Locator (URL)?
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    What is a Uniform Resource Locator (URL)?

    Oh Oh this is a lecture that is design get some background on where we get URLs from where the what the definition of a URL is at a high level to think that we want to cover is the idea that what we call a web link can more precisely be described as a URL URL is an acronym the Uniform Resource locator URLs are convention that we use for locating files globally on the internet through the network of computers a URL has several components that we need to discuss and although URLs conceptually seem to be referring to files they may not actually be referring to files…

  • Web Development – Understanding Web Technologies
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    Web Development – Understanding Web Technologies

    What’s up everyone? In this video I’m going to be discussing the basics of different web technologies. So maybe you want to get into web development, and you want to understand the technologies behind it, this video is for you. If you already know about all the technologies, it’s not going to be a helpful video for you. If you want to see something more and get about a specific technology, let me know in the comment section below, and I’ll make sure to make a video on it. Ok so let’s get straight into “what is a web server” so what is a web server? Well it can actually…

  • Small Business Tips: Blogging Tips | Buzz Small Biz Magazine
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    Small Business Tips: Blogging Tips | Buzz Small Biz Magazine

    5 basic writing tips for your small business blog. Writing a blog can be a challenge. You have to balance your reader’s interests with your companies goals, like selling products and creating relationships. Plus you have to come up with content. These 5 basic tips for blog writing will help steer you in the right direction. 1. Wright like a real person. USA Today is written on a 5th grade level for a reason. Because it’s easy to digest. Your readers don’t want to spend an hour looking up SAT words from your article on dictionary.com. 2. Don’t forget about basic grammar rules. That means knowing the difference between its…

  • The Tools Used for Writing RESTful Web Services in Java
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    The Tools Used for Writing RESTful Web Services in Java

    Hello! In this video we are going to look at the steps involved in creating and deploying a RESTful web service in Java. We will also note the tools used at each step, so you start to get an understanding of how each tool is used. This lecture will not be too detailed. It will be an overview to familiarize yourself with all the moving parts. We will examine each tool in depth in future videos. The first step in writing an application is deciding what your program will accomplish. You decide what services your API will provide, how it will return data, and determine what represents success or failure…