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FireFox CSS Editor? :-0

Posted by Ms.Tris Beats On May - 23 - 2008

Who knew…Firefox has a CSS Editor tool bar.. I am sure this could help all Firefox WordPress folks…
FireFox CSS Toolbar Download

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10 Blog Traffic Tips…They Work!

Posted by Ms.Tris Beats On May - 22 - 2008

You notice how more and more musicians are blogging…Well I’m on here and I think Im hooked 🙂
Here are some of the steps I’ve started following to push my blog along. I am sharing tips so all who want to start blogging stay tuned…producers,emcees, every body join in…The following article is by Yaro Starak, a professional blogger and my blog mentor.

In every bloggers life comes a special day – the day they first launch a new blog. Now unless you went out and purchased someone else”s blog chances are your blog launched with only one very loyal reader – you. Maybe a few days later you received a few hits when you told your sister, father, girlfriend and best friend about your new blog but that”s about as far you went when it comes to finding readers.

Here are the top 10 techniques new bloggers can use to find readers. These are tips specifically for new bloggers, those people who have next-to-no audience at the moment and want to get the ball rolling.

It helps if you work on this list from top to bottom as each technique builds on the previous step to help you create momentum. Eventually once you establish enough momentum you gain what is called "traction", which is a large enough audience base (about 500 readers a day is good) that you no longer have to work too hard on finding new readers. Instead your current loyal readers do the work for you through word of mouth.

Top 10 Tips

10. Write at least five major “pillar” articles. A pillar article is a tutorial style article aimed to teach your audience something. Generally they are longer than 500 words and have lots of very practical tips or advice. This article you are currently reading could be considered a pillar article since it is very practical and a good “how-to” lesson. This style of article has long term appeal, stays current (it isn’t news or time dependent) and offers real value and insight. The more pillars you have on your blog the better.

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Geek Tip: Playing With Your Gmail Account

Posted by Ms.Tris Beats On May - 13 - 2008

Check out this cool lil gmail tip. If you are starting your online beat business or any business online this may help keeping gmail more organized.
The + sign thing is extremely useful! Check out Geek sugar to

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News For Bloggers

Posted by Ms.Tris Beats On May - 9 - 2008

I’m really enjoying this whole blogging far it’s opened doors to endless possibilities on how I will share my production info. Eventually I will incorporate some live help maybe through google talk or something. I believe in helping up coming producers. I know when I started making beats, many established producers helped me.

The plan this morning was to bang out a few hot tracks and update the beat page. By the way..I added two new beats yesterday :-). My updates will be pretty frequent now. I mentioned that I’m doing a lot more composing so it takes me a lil longer to finalize the mix etc. With time that will get better…anywho’s…

For those who’d like to blog and need some’s a great site with tons of information. I am finding more and more sites like this….but he’s got a lot of tips even on money making.. check it out and get to bloggin successfully…

ProBlogger.Net..Great Blog Material Here

(more links soon of course)

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Introducing Ms.Tris Beats a Hip Hop Producer, Artist,and Blogger from Baltimore, MD. Currently producing for a host of Maryland\'s hottest Mc\'s, and artist from all over the country. Her music is in demand to the who\'s who in Baltimore Hip hop. Please enjoy your visit as Ms.Tris takes through her musical journey of production, hiphop and life....



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