With our regular Dungeons and Dragons Online group out of commission the other week, I turned back to my Artificer’s journey through Mists of VampireLoft. On this week’s episode, a bunch of sober monks are angry at the lack of a wine shipment from the “Wizard of Wines,” and I’m the only one sober AND driven enough to go see why. Short answer: Druids. Long answer: See everything that follows. For once, part of this quest involves a trip through the actual outdoors. I come across a Frankenstein stand-in who’s being accosted by a very timid mob with actual torches. And pitchforks. But I’m asked to do the killing, which I do gladly. I’m genial that way! This quest is basically Die Hard — if you replace “terrorists” with “tree-hugging druids” and “Nakatomi Tower” with “a winery.” So the druids have taken over and they’re even going so far to poison the wine! In a country where … [Read more...] about DDO: The Wizard of Wines
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We all have a set of books, TV shows, and movies we like. Once you start looking, you’ll find plenty of people on the internet who, like you, like The Lobster, My Little Pony fan-fiction, Twilight, the entire maze-like chronology of events in Marvel superhero movies, etc. Geeky or pop, art or music, celebrity gossip or celebrity worship (Morgan Freeman may or may not be the God, but Chuck Norris is definitely invincible), classic or modernist, art, music, regular or eccentric hobbies, wacky pranks… it’s all here. Entertainment and lifestyle is a part of us, which is why a niche blog in this space can be highly profitable. The Scope of Lifestyle Blogging A look at Google Trends (in USA) on Christmas 2016 showed this: A year ago, the global search trends looked like this: Star Wars – The Force Awakens’ release, Rugby World Cup, Cricket World Cup, and the Oscars made up for a substantial amount of search queries. The search giant even published a fashion … [Read more...] about Read This Before Your Start an Entertainment or Lifestyle Niche Blog
One of the lesser known things about any popular blogger is; that they spend as much time editing old posts as they do write new posts. Particularly after the Google Panda algorithm rollout it’s essential to keep all posts of your blog relevant and up-to- date. Personally, Every month I update at least 20+ old posts to make the posts ready for today. In this post I will list the reasons why it is so important to edit old blog posts, and the benefits of doing so. You will learn practical tips on how to keep editing your old posts & what other things you should take care along with it. So let’s go ahead and first understand why you need to start working on your old posts now. Top 5 Reasons for Editing Old Blog Posts: Your blog could be a news blog, a tech blog, a fashion blog or a blog in any niche. Your visitors can land on any of your posts from search engines or via referral. If you have a post which might be a year old or more, it may contain information that is not … [Read more...] about Why You Need To Edit Old Posts on Your Blog : Practical Tips
What do you usually do to find out if a certain tourist destination is going to be worth your visit? You search on the internet to find reviews about it, right? What do you do when you hear that there is a new restaurant in your city? You look for people who have been to the place or you find reviews about it on the net, right? What do you do if there is a new movie coming up? You probably do the same. You search on the net for reviews to help you decide whether the movie is worth watching or not. You are not the only person who does that… There are a lot of people who also rely on reviews written on the net to guide them with the choices they will make. You can capitalize on this demand for information by writing your own reviews to earn money. Guide on how to make money online using critiquing skills : The first one is to create your own blog site. Creating your own site is very easy. There are many free blogging platforms like www.blogger.com, www.WordPress.com that will … [Read more...] about Make Money Online Using Your Critiquing Skills
Our distinguished pro bloggers encourage all the newbie bloggers to do lot of hard work to become successful. They very generously guide the new entrants of this field and share with them every secret to earn money as much as they can. Obviously their sincerity is above board. But simultaneously they remain so kind enough and avoid becoming straight forward. Here also their purpose is not to discourage the beginners. They don’t want their words make anyone lose his hear and quit blogging. How difficult it is to become a successful Blogger? This does not apply to all pro bloggers. Many of them very tactfully convey the harsh realities related to the blogging struggle. I am talking about oft-spoken bitter realities like blogging needs time, hard work, networking, patience and blah blah. They very rarely write on who should not do blogging. Actually they want more and more people try their luck in this field because one who do hard work with proper planning will never fail. But … [Read more...] about Who Should Never Do Blogging?