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Sit down over a cup of coffee with a blogger and the conversation often turns to talk about how to attract more readers and keep them coming back. Be sure to add your blog to your Google profile (and all your profiles) so it is always associated with you. For conversation on this and other topics of interest to bloggers of all types and levels of experience, be sure to register for NEPA BlogCon, to be held Saturday, September 29 at Luzerne County Community College, Nanticoke, PA. Just wondering…will you be selling t-shirts with that cute squirrel logo on them at Blogcon?
Wanna get nutty updates?Sign up for our awesome email list to get all the dirty deets about NEPA BlogCon! In most cases, pain from squatting comes to technical errors; whether the pain is in the lower back or in the knees.
After all, we work hard to carefully craft the look, feel and tone of our blogs, produce quality content, and engage our loyal readers – but we are rarely satisfied with the traffic. They are not difficult to implement, and you can select a few to try at first and then work on implementing more with time. Having your post on someone else’s blog increases the chance their readers will click on the link to your blog to see more of what you offer. Get a domain name for ten bucks and point it to your blog (or go for the whole hosting thing, it has many advantages).

There are no hard and fast rules for blogging, just trends and best practices to accomplish goals many bloggers have. She keeps a keen eye on labor and employment trends nationally and in the region and is a frequent speaker on careers, employment and social networking, specifically LinkedIn. In addition, I have found that posting a reply to the comments I receive also brings people back and sometimes they post again. Sometimes, the lower back pain can actually originate from the hips (described in my post on how to Fix Your Hip Pain from Squats). Publishing in other spaces also helps your reputation as a subject matter expert if you blog on technical topics. She is an INTP who juggles 4 professional blogs and 1 personal one – where all the cat pics go. Of course, if you are blogging solely for yourself and are not interested in the least in how many people find your delectable masterpieces, then mozy along now…. I occasionally invite new bloggers to guest post on my blog if I like their content – I believe in helping others get established. If your blog content is relevant to your career – or job search, post the entries to your LinkedIn status update and or appropriate groups.
Break an epic post into more than one part, add cliffhanger and voila you have built in return readers for the wrap up.
Even if you write the whole thing in one fell swoop, split it up into 800-1000 word episodes (or even shorter) scheduled to publish on consecutive days or at regular intervals that mirror your posting frequency.

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One the low bar squat, the bar is  lower on your back and it placed on the middle of your scapula (shoulder blade) and it sits on your rear deltoids. If you’re doing low bar squats and going too low, your lower back will round excessively and that can cause back pain as well. Tip #2: Keep your low back tight Whatever variations you are doing, make sure that the lower back is flexed and tight during the squat. Do a back extension and hold it at the very top to get a feel of how you’re supposed to flex and keep that tight. You can also do a mini back extension from lying on the ground like this: Tip #3 Brace your abs Using your abs will keep your back from over extending. Take a big breathe and hold it for the entire rep and brace your abs like you are about to get punch in the gut.

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