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8 Things To Know About Your Blog Traffic in Google Analytics

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For many of us, making our blogs more popular and successful is rather important and there are so many tools out there for us to use to help us keep an eye on how well we’re doing.  One of those tools is Google Analytics.  Inspiration Feed has been kind enough to help us to better use tools such as Google Analytics and I highly recommend stopping by and reading up.  Click here to check it out!

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12 Tech Helpers for Teeny, Tiny Offices

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As a permanent renter I am faced with a multitude of workspace sizes and as a crochet queen and crafting master I am always faced with new ways of saving space and organizing.  Lucky for me, and anyone else out there who might not have a ton of room to work with in their home office or crafting space, Apartment Therapy has created a list of 12 extremely helpful and space-saving little devices that I can’t wait to get for my own workspace!  View the list and links to products/gadgets here.

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Handmade Business Cards with PSA Essentials

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I love the idea of making as much as I can by hand for my business (I plan to stamp my logo and business name onto plain paper bags for my patron’s shopping bags) so the stamps from PSA Essentials sounds like a two-in-one deal to me!  A Pumpkin and A Princess shared her business card making endeavor along with links to PSA for all your stamping needs!  Check out the full post here.

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How To Refill Your Printer Cartridges

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I love when I find a how-to for something right before I buy it!  I do not yet own a printer, mainly because I’m horrified that I can buy the printer for $20, but will be forever in debt trying to keep the thing full of ink.  Regardless, I need a printer for my craft shows (washing instructions, price tags, order forms, and let’s not discount all those printables floating about the internet) so I was especially stoked to see this tutorial on how to refill your printer cartridges over at The Art of Doing Stuff.  Click here to see the tutorial.

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Resumé Renovation

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I’ve had a job and have been working since I was 12, my logic behind this being that I grew up in foster care and even from a young age I felt the day I would turn 18 and be ousted from my foster homes and thrust into the world of adulthood looming closer with every birthday.  Regardless of my work ethic superpower, I down right sucked at writing resumés!

After many years of practice and lots of trial and error I can write much better resumés, but they’re still just boring black text on a single white sheet.  Now there is Loft Resumés to help your boring resumé stand out in the pile; hooray!  Better yet, each template comes completed with example text so you’re not sitting there trying to figure out exactly what you’re supposed to be writing in each little box or bubble.

Visit Loft Resumés at the link above and also read A Cup of Joe’s take on this new resumé tool here.

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