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Ms Design Free Premium Templates for Blogging and How To enable Blog Comments

Design of your Blog matters the most and it is essential for your further blogging career. There are many offers for free themes that you can download online but the real hassle begins afterwords when you need to use magic tricks to tweak the theme and customize it the way you saw on the Internet. From my personal experience i can suggest you the best free premium theme available online.

Blogging is supposed to be fun, opportunity to turn your passion into profit and gain online popularity with your sense of business and knowledge.
Opposite to this, blogging most of the times turns into converting yourself into It geek or web designer, there are tons of things you need to do by yourself as for your theme design to look pretty at the end.

Many free online themes offered for CMS Blogger are not complete and tweaking the theme is not that fun, especially when you need to copy thousands of html codes and scripts.

Ms Design Free Premium Templates for Blogger just made your life easy by providing simple and easy to use admin control. Simple Tutorial in provided online documentation ,how to install the theme and the most importantly you can reach the support even with free downloaded theme from them. 

I have chosen Ms Design Sure Mag theme for my Blog because I love posts by label on Home Page. They are well organized and easy to navigate.

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Ms Design Top 32 Free  Blogger Templates 2017 for Professional Blog
They have done great job and I can highly recommend theirs Templates to use for your Blogger Blogs.

Recently I have been looking for some tutorial on how to show blog comments in custom blogger themes and to be honest I couldn't find many answers, the moment my mind was hit by the solution.
So If your custom Blogger template has option for Blog comments the only thing you need to do is to check on setting on you blogger.

Go to Settings>Post, Comments and set to Embedded

Now check if your blog comments are showing below the posts. If not you need to finish this step to. Edit your Post>Options>Enable Allow Comments

Now Your Blog Comments will appear below blog posts:

That's It. Let me know which Ms Design Blogger Template you like the most and would use on your blog :)?
Happy Blogging ❤

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7 obstacles that prevent you from publishing articles frequently

Hello reader friend.

As you know, I work in multiple occupations: I work as a consultant and developer of various Web projects (own and others), I am a Freelancer, I work in Forex, I am a Photographer of Microstock, Community Manager and I write articles sharing my knowledge and experiences through diverse Online platforms. Among so many activities, I have detected that my "Achilles heel" when publishing articles, is often the frequency with which I do it. 

As I have noticed that it is not something that happens to me nothing more, but rather to be an issue inherent in all Online Entrepreneurs today, I have done a thorough analysis, and I think I have given the causes of such a situation. The following are the obstacles that prevent the publication of articles frequently and give recommendations for each of them:


1- Lack of time:
Yes, I know that the day has 24 hours for everyone, but if you do not organize your time or you dedicate to an excess of activities, you can take the time to do them all efficiently. 

Recommendations: Organize your activities according to the number of daily hours you work and strictly follow what is planned. Propose to write an article daily (or weekly) and make it to "rajatabla" (ie without fail). Do not let the Sun, the rain, the Thunder (or anything in this world) prevent you from fulfilling what you have established as your goal.  


2- Lack of ideas:
If you have a momentary mental drought or a sudden lack of ideas, do not worry and relax a bit, because sometimes, mentally pressing you to try to generate ideas makes everything more difficult. Realize that ideas and knowledge are still within you, but you should only inspire a little and not mentally torture, so that they can come out afloat. Recommendation: I advise in such cases, to put the mind in other things, that is to say, to take a walk, to go out with the family, to see a movie, to read a book, to hear some music, etc. Anything so long as ideas come back to you naturally and effortlessly.


3- Excess of ideas:
Exactly the opposite to the previous point is that, sometimes, we seem to be so full of ideas to develop our articles, that we do not find where to begin. Recommendation: Go shaping all the ideas that occur in a notebook, so that we can then structure, categorize and develop our posts.

4- Noise:
If you work in a very noisy environment, it is normal for you to have problems coordinating your ideas when writing, and therefore reducing the amount (and quality) of content you produce. Excessive noise is often a factor that prevents you from developing articles. Recommendations: In this sense, there are only three recommendations: 1- Eliminate the noise (or source of the same), 2- Change the place where you are working for a more peaceful and quiet, or 3- Get used to working in a bustling environment.

5- Lack of lighting:
As problematic as excessive noise, so is poor lighting when we develop or compose our posts. It is scientifically proven that poor lighting (in addition to the visual problems it generates) reduces overall productivity. Recommendation: Increase or improve light sources when you are composing your content.

6- Not knowing (or not wanting) to delegate:
If (for any reason) time is not enough for you to write your articles, but you do not know (or do not want) to delegate, then let me tell you that you have a coordination problem and you are wasting a magnificent opportunity to write more quality content in the way. Recommendation : If you have a team of people who work for you and can help you in the task of writing posts, take advantage of it. If you do not want to write articles directly, put them to express ideas about the themes you develop, have them investigate for you what you are not very clear about everything that you talk about in your posts, or get them to do activities that you have to do Meet and take time to write your articles. Just do not stay in the device, Use the resources you have to bring out more quality articles. And if you do not have a work team, but you can hire Freelancers to help you write articles, do not hesitate to do so.

7- Being too perfectionist and demanding:
When we develop an activity with passion, we often become too demanding and perfectionistic towards ourselves about it. If you want to write articles more frequently, it is okay to worry about the quality of them, but not to the point of creating a mental block that does not let you write or translate your ideas once and for all. If you (like me) write an article, you check it at least ten times before and after publishing it, and you correct errors and details along the way, so let me tell you that you have a problem (we have a problem … lol). Recommendations: Realize that your ideas are valuable and you should translate them in the best way possible in your articles, but nobody is perfect, and no matter how much you strive to write the "

Before all the recommendations given, you may be thinking " Doctor cure yourself … " And that's exactly what I'm going to do, hehe. Since I have already identified the causes that prevent more frequent publication of articles, I will take into account my own recommendations to solve this situation.


And you? … Do you know of any other obstacle or factor that prevents writing articles more frequently? …


Until next time!


Article written by José Quintana

Author and editor of the Entrepreneurship and Investing Blog

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Innovation starts with your users…

The best advice I ever received when I was looking to start a consulting business was this:

“To guarantee success, find a need and fill it.”

There is no value in creating products or services for which there is no need. On occasion, an organization will come up with a game-changing product and redefine a whole industry, such as RIM in the early days, replacing pagers with email anywhere, and Apple with its iPhone and iPad, which brought smart devices to the masses. But, for the most part, the businesses that thrive are those who have mastered the ability to identify a need and fulfill it.

It is evident that they excel at anticipating what their customers would need, and when. They have essentially put themselves in the place of the user, and walked through what a successful experience would be. Interacting with these organizations is uncannily intuitive. The website is informative, expectations are clearly defined, there are no unpleasant surprises, and if it is a product, you could likely hand it to a child and they would be able to figure out how to get started.

As you read this, I’m sure you are remembering your own experiences in dealing with companies offering this type of product or service. This may be anything from the great little restaurant you frequent or the car dealer you have bought a second or third vehicle from because you loved the service.

But not all businesses are thriving.

There are far too many companies, service organizations, and manufacturers more concerned with numbers, and specifically how high can their sale numbers reach in the next quarter, than they are with the experience of their customers in interacting with their products.

No one will deny that Apple has made a huge impact with the iPad. Even if you are not an Apple fan, you can’t deny the device is simple to use. I can hand mine to a 3-year old and she will flick and swipe at the screen like a pro to find her games and books.

I got an iPad for my parents (who are in their eighties). A week later, they wanted to buy a second one so they don’t fight over who gets to use it. These devices have opened up a whole new world of opportunity and discovery from the comfort of their La-Z-Boy recliners.

And the best part (for me), I have barely spent mere moments providing them with tech support. When you consider that I’ve had to help them with setting up almost every other device (i.e. their first computer, programming numbers into phones, setting up HD television, replacing the 8-track player with an iPod) this is almost a miracle.

In my role as a CIO, I get to preview and try a lot of different devices, software applications, and computer hardware. I admit that much of what I see leaves me underwhelmed, like the array of slate devices that have come my way recently.
I also know that I would never, ever recommend that my parents use one of these other slate devices.

The iPad comes with the Apple ecosystem. The iPad, while intuitive to use, is like celery – designed to move the dip (or in this case the experience) from the bowl to your mouth. A lot of the other devices are like celery without the dip. The experience runs out of steam pretty quickly.

I am remiss to quote yet another saying by Steve Jobs, but the following is fitting of the streamlined user experience and device capabilities of the iPad:

“You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards for the technology.” (WWDC 1997)

So what can an IT leader learn from this?

It would seem that many of us in IT leadership missed the class on customer experience:

We have a service catalogue but have never defined what a successful experience would look like.
We ask our users to use products and services that we ourselves would never incorporate into our own department.
We launch new technology initiatives without ever consulting the people who will actually have to use the new system.
We get defensive when we are questioned about missing functionality or dismissive when new features are suggested that we didn’t think of.
And on and on…
It doesn’t sound very nice to be a customer of this type of an IT department but, unfortunately, many of our users have these experiences daily.

What is different though is that given the influx of personal devices and cloud- based applications and services, our users now have a choice. For example, marketing departments can set up a contract with and completely end run your department.

Don’t think it isn’t happening, or won’t happen to you, so let me suggest something:

It’s time to change the way IT is done in your organization.

Dust off your service catalogue; sit down with your team. Take each of these services and discuss what a successful user experience would look like. It’s not about what’s most convenient for your team, but what would make the user experience the best it could possibly be. Talk about how you are going to make it happen. Then do it.

If you start at the end, you are leveraging proven wisdom for running a successful organization.


Note: A version of this post by the author previously appeared on the IT World Canada website.

Images:  Used under Creative Commons license

About the Author:

I’m the Chief Information Officer for Appleby College, in Oakville, Ontario Canada, where my team is transforming the delivery of education through innovative application of technology. I'm also a beBee Brand Ambassador.

I'm convinced that IT leadership needs to dramatically change how IT is delivered rather than being relegated to a costly overhead department.

In addition to transforming IT in my role as CIO, I look for every opportunity to talk about this… writing, speaking and now blogging on BeBee ( , LinkedIn, ITWorld Canada, or at

I also shoot things… with my camera. Check out my photostream at 
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Chief Information Officer – Appleby College/ beBee Brand Ambassador • Appleby College and beBee

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50+ Best Inbound Marketing Blogs You Should Follow Right Now


If you’re working in digital marketing domain, you need to do loads of analysis and research tasks to make right business decisions. From past couples of year, SEO is changing continuously. You noticed several Google algorithmic changes, increased importance of content marketing and social media etc.

From where, people get to know the information about digital marketing trends, updates and news? Through online blogs!

In past few years, there are some informative blogs emerged and established itself as a symbol of reliability, authority and trustworthiness. These blogs not only provide all latest news but also offer educational tutorials, e-books and How-to’s relevant to industry. Here we collect 50+ essential inbound marketing blogs to read everyday:

SEO Blogs
Google’s Official Blog


Founder: Google

Moz’s Blog


Founder: Rand Fishkin

Search Engine Land


Founder: Danny Sullivan

Search Engine Watch


Founder: Danny Sullivan

SEO Round Table


Founder: Barry Schwartz

Search Engine Journal


Founder: Loren Baker

SEObook’s Blog


Founder: Aaron Wall



Founder: Brian Dean

Kissmetrics’s Blog


Founder: Neil Patel

Highervisibility’s Blog


Founder: Adam Heitzman, David McElveen

Bruceclay Inc’s Blog


Founder: Bruce Clay

Distilled Blog


Founder: Will Critchlow, Duncan Morris

Search Engine People Blog


Founder: Jeff Quipp

SEO by the Sea


Founder: Bill Slawski Blog


Founder: Mike Mann



Founder: Jason Acidre

Content Marketing Blogs
Content Marketing Institute


Founder: Joe Pulizzi

Contently’s Blog


Founder: David T. Goldberg, Joe Coleman, Shane Snow

Coschedule’s Blog


Founder: Garrett Moon, Justin Walsh

Convince & Convert Blog


Founder: Jay Baer



Founder: Darren Rowse

Quicksprout’s Blog


Founder: Neil Patel

Hubspot’s Blog


Founder: Dharmesh Shah

Copyblogger’s Blog


Founder: Brian Clark

Daily Blog Tips


Founder: Daniel Scocco

Brian Solis


Founder: Brian Solis

Content Marketing Association


Founder: Clare Hill

Boost Blog Traffic


Founder: Jon Morrow

Social Media Blogs
Social Media Examiner


Founder: Michael Stelzner

Social Media Today


Founder: Robin Fray Carey



Founder: Joel, Leo



Founder: Ryan Holmes



Founder: Lee Odden, Susan Misukanis

Jon Loomer


Founder: Jon Loomer

Jeff Bullas


Founder: Jeff Bullas

Razor Social


Founder: Ian Cleary

Post Planner Blog


Founder: Josh Parkinson

Social Mouths Blog


Founder: Leo Widrich

Simply Measured Blog


Founder: Adam, Aviel, Damon

Social Triggers Blog


Founder: Derek Halpernx

Google Adwords
Inside Adwords – Google’s Official Blog


Founder: Google

Word Stream Blog


Founder: Larry Kim

PPC Hero


Founder: Pat East

Clix Marketing Blog


Founder: James Thompson

PPC Chat


Founder: Matthew Umbro

Certified Knowledge Blog


Founder: Brad Geddes

Tenscores Blog


Founder: Marilyn Maupin, Christian Nkurunziza

Some Bonus Blogs
Occam’s Razor


Founder: Avinash Kaushik

Annielytics Blog


Founder: Annie Cushing



Founder: B. C. Forbes



Founder: Bernie Goldhirsh



Founder: Peter Shea

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