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Learn How To Blog, Make YouTube Videos This October

Learn How To Blog, Make YouTube Videos This October

Thinking about learning how to blog or how to improve the one you already have? Need some helpful tips on how to go from 100 pageviews/month to 10,000? Not sure where to create you blog and how to promote it? Ever wanted to create a video and upload it to YouTube but you’re not sure […]

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01 Aug Articles | Comments

Chick-Fil-A: Put Your Mouth Where Your Money Goes

Chick-Fil-A: Put Your Mouth Where Your Money Goes

I had a couple thoughts on the big Chick-Fil-A controversy that’s swirled, but I’ll make it brief since you’re probably tired of reading about how terrible/great Chick-Fil-A is. I know I am. There have been two reactions I’ve seen from a lot of people who fall on the side of supporting gay rights but don’t […]

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01 Aug Articles | Comments

August Special: Purchase Two Blogging Classes For $75 (25% Off)

August Special: Purchase Two Blogging Classes For $75 (25% Off)

If you’ve been thinking about taking any of my online blogging classes, August is the month to do it. For the entire month, you can purchase two classes, normally $50 each, for $75 total. You can mix and match however you want. Never blogged before? Take Intro To Blogging and follow it up with Blogging […]

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21 May Articles | 2 comments

Intro To Blogging, Blogging 2.0 & Sports Blogging 101 Online Classes Available Anytime

Intro To Blogging, Blogging 2.0 & Sports Blogging 101 Online Classes Available Anytime

    I had a lot of fun teaching my three online blogging classes last week. We had a bunch of folks taking Intro To Blogging for beginners, Blogging 2.0 for next-steppers and Sporting Blogging 101 for those interested in writing about sports. Some folks took all three classes while others picked the one perfect […]

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Upcoming Blogging Classes Taught By Sean In Western Washington

Upcoming Blogging Classes Taught By Sean In Western Washington

Thinking about learning how to blog or how to improve the one you already have? Need some helpful tips on how to go from 100 pageviews/month to 10,000? Not sure where to create you blog and how to promote it? Why not take a class on blogging? If you live in Western Washington, Sean Keeley […]

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27 Oct Articles | Comments

Orange Tip-Off 2011-2012 Season Preview Now Available!

Orange Tip-Off 2011-2012 Season Preview Now Available!

Orange Tip-Off, the definitive season preview for the 2011-2012 Syracuse Orange basketball season, is officially available! Everything Syracuse Orange fans could ever want to know about their basketball team heading into the 2011-2012 season, they can find in Orange Tip-Off. With intricate player profiles, historical articles, deep statistical analysis and interesting anecdotes, you won’t find […]

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12 Oct Articles | Comments

Westbound And Down: What The Big East Should Have Done To Prevent Its Impending Doom

Westbound And Down: What The Big East Should Have Done To Prevent Its Impending Doom

You know the saying about hindsight. I have the foresight to know I don’t need to write it here. So, yes, it is easy to look back on the last decade and tell you what the Big East Conference should have done to prevent the current situation it finds itself in. It’s still worth doing, […]

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04 Oct Articles | Comments

Check Out Sean’s Wife Lucy’s New Site

Check Out Sean’s Wife Lucy’s New Site

Sean’s wife, Lucy, has a new website to share her Sound Healing and Trance Channeling. If you’ve ever been interested in sound healing or channeling or if you’d like to learn more, check out Lucy’s site. About Lucy: Lucy was born and raised in Bedfordshire, England. From a very young age she decided she wanted […]

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VIDEO: What If Everything Worked Like The BCS: The Spelling Bee

VIDEO: What If Everything Worked Like The BCS: The Spelling Bee

BCS Executive Director Bill Hancock took to Yahoo! Sports last week to once again defend the BCS against its many, many detractors. The sport is thriving. College football works and works well, because of its unique regular season and because of the bowl tradition and bowl experience for the student-athletes…As the person who managed the […]

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08 Aug Articles | 3 comments

Learn The Basics Of Blogging Anytime You Want

Learn The Basics Of Blogging Anytime You Want

I’ve been teaching about the basics of blogging for a little while now. Every time I do a class online I record the session so that folks who missed the class can catch it later. Very often I’ll have people tell me that they wanted to take the class but weren’t available at that specific […]

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