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I'm not sure I want to cede the control of subscribing to a third party site.
Remember how Facebook throttled access to your friends and fans?
Sooner or later Slack will resort to similar tactics.
Great, I hope it helps!
Good examples, thanks Kyle.
Hi Seth, thanks for the comment.
I'm always surprised when someone launches something new and has no chance of ranking at the top of Google for their brand name, because a bigger company is already using it for something else.
Another common mistake is just making the name super hard to spell, whether by replacing the Ss with Zs or using numbers or whatever else. (Those names are often hard to remember as well.)
Naming mistakes aren't necessarily fatal - there are plenty of brands that have succeeded despite a bad name or URL (del.icio.us comes to mind). But you might as well give yourself the best chance of success possible.
This looks like a great method. What do you think is the #1 most common mistake people make when choosing a blog name? (Or for their biz)
Awesome article, Kyle. I'm working on a new project right now so this came at the perfect time.
Thanks for roundup for the article it is absolutely right that PHP is ruling the web development like a boss. because PHP is the well-known technology used for the website and web application development. and basically, Laravel is open source PHP web framework used to develop web application using its MVC architecture
Whoa. I didn't even know I'm such a unicorn.
To me content creation, SEO, working with other writers and looking up analytics has been daily business since at least 2007.
I didn't think this is such an exceptional combination.
Great to see that you find these useful. Thank you!
Thanks for your important comment Tad Chef
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