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19 Key Metrics to Guide Your First Blog

My email service provider (ConvertKit) recently published a great report called State of the Blogging Industry. In it, they reveal some fascinating findings gleaned from a survey of more than 850 bloggers. Since I regularly advise my readers to start a blog to begin content marketing, I thought I’d see which blogging metrics might help guide you as you jump ... Read More »

Why Your Blog Must Have Visually Appealing Graphics

Do you read any blogs on a regular basis? Blogs can be invaluable resources to grow your business skills by gleaning the hottest trends and research in your industry. They can also be entertaining or just a big waste of time. Think about the blogs you follow on a regular basis. What initially attracted you to read them? Was it ... Read More »

Consuming butter may double your risk of diabetes

Consuming butter may double your risk of diabetes Next time you order pizza with extra cheese or paranthas with dollops of butter, remember, you may be twice at risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, researchers have warned. The findings in the study led by Marta Guasch-Ferre, researcher at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in the US, showed that ... Read More »

You have been cleaning your ears all wrong

Feburary 18, 2017 1/6Your step-wise guide to remove earwax 0 We get too overzealous about maintaining our hygiene, sometimes pushing the Q-tips as much in our ears as humanly possible. We would still be thinking that this is the right way to go about it but that’s not so! Studies have shown how dreadful this habit can be. Earwax, in ... Read More »

Beware! Your child is not safe from depression

Kalpana Sharma| TNN | Updated: Feb 17, 2017, 10.13 PM IST “Exams are near and I am scared… not from exam pressure but from your expectations, Mom. I know you really care about my studies and get angry at me for not studying but do you know I try really hard.” “Mom dad, you look so stressed during my exams ... Read More »

How to spend your final week before the Marathon

How to go about and what to do in the week before the run up to the Marathon/Half Marathon? I love this week as this is the most relaxing week where you do not have to work hard running around. You have to bid good bye to your LSDs (Long Slow Distance). You have put in a lot of disciplined ... Read More »

Slim down your body the non-surgical way

Non-surgical techniques can help you lose stubborn fat (Thinkstock) There are times when despite the efforts, your body just refuses to give up on the diet-and-exercise resistant fats. Areas around the thighs, abdomen, bulges around the back, flanks and other localised fat deposits can be difficult to get rid off permanently. And, that is when one needs non-surgical alternatives and ... Read More »

Fight your cold and flu with Vitamin D

Fight your cold and flu with Vitamin D Regular intake of Vitamin Dsupplements may help protect against cold and flu, as well as tackle high levels of the vitamin’s deficiency in countries like India, a study has said. The ‘sunshine vitamin’ as it known, not just improves bone and muscle health but also protects against respiratory infections by boosting levels ... Read More »

Make your body burn maximum fat with Clenbuterol

It is said that when body burns fat, it not only produces energy in the body but also melts down unnecessary fat from your body. With the kind of life style we are living in, which is majorly sedentary, fat deposition in body is a common problem with most of us. Another thing that adds up to fat deposition is ... Read More »

Comcast’s Xfinity Stream app will bring live TV, Xfinity X1 features to your mobile device

February is app month for Comcast. After introducing its Roku app earlier in the month, Comcast announced it will replace its Xfinity TV app on February 28. Xfinity Stream, the name of the new app, aims to give Comcast subscribers an Xfinity X1-like experience on Android and iOS. That means features from your set-top box are coming to mobile, such ... Read More »