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Worth Casing Wednesday | Have A Laugh On Me

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    We are wanting to have a few words with you this Wordless Wednesday as we bring you our latest Worth Casing feature to Agent Mystery Case.             Over on Mystery Case we have always been a huge fan of the Wordless Wednesday linkup and world-wide community.  Like a lot of bloggers, we struggle with the whole wordless part each Wednesday and have gone from Almost Wordless Wednesday to Words on Wednesday before finally

Worth Casing Blog Spotlight | Stardust

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      Anastasia is a 22-year-old West Australian blogger, pioneer of #ProjectPositive and advocate for embracing our true selves – flaws, vulnerabilities and all. Through her blog, Stardust, she shares tips on self-acceptance, tips on seeing the beauty in the every day and more. You can find out more about Anastasia here.         How long have you been blogging and why did you start?   My blog was only launched in January this year, although I’ve been

Use autoresponders to boost sales | Rhonda Chapman

The Business of Blogging

It’s easy to ask visitors to surrender their email addresses to you… only to ignore them and to forget that they probably have money to spend on your products or services. It’s not good enough to send newsletters and blog posts, they’re not going to lure people out to make purchases. That’s one thing I know my clients are sure of, is that emails bring more sales than newsletters can. So what many of my clients do is focus on

Worth Casing Blog Spotlight | Teapots and Tractors

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      Annaleis Topham from Teapots and Tractors is our latest Worth Casing 100 Aussie Blogger. Annaleis is a trained Primary Teacher and mother of three who lives in rural Western Australia. Her blog is all about living life a cup of tea and tractor ride at a time.         How long have you been blogging for and why did you start?   I started blogging back in October 2011. It was a way for me