DayBreak Cancer Weekend!

This subject is very near and dear to my heart, as my wife is battling Bone cancer.  The community in which I live sponsored an evening of Music, Games, and events and 100% of the money raised went to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.  Here’s how I spent the evening.

Transforming into Spiderman!

It costs $10 bucks to have my face painted, but hey, it’s for a good cause.  My kids had a great time too!

The event was awesome, we raised a ton of money for Cancer, and it seems like everyone had a great time!…

  • Posted on: September 10th, 2008
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  • Category: Cause

Drive By Commenting

Nice Shot?

Really Nice Shot, If you were trying to NOT hit the target then you are the best I’ve ever seen.  If you were trying to hit the target then. YOU SUCK!.  The problem is if I asked Blogger’s what their Target is most won’t be able to come up with anything specific other than: “lot’s of traffic”.  But what exactly does that mean.


There are 3 types of blog traffic Direct, Referral and Search Engine Traffic.

  • Direct Traffic

Direct traffic is from someone, anyone typing in your web address into their browser and coming directly to your …

Blogging for a Cause – real blog example!

Bringing Hope for a Brighter Future

The following is a post done by Goodies for Mom (and Baby too!) that is a great example of a powerful way to use a Blog for a Cause. Not only it the post designed to create awareness, it is also informative and has good facts and info to educate you about the cause. Keep it up good Luck!

Now starting my fifth walk season doing Light The Night, my national co-captain Jenn reminded me in today’s post on the Friends of Heroes blog of one of the most important reasons for being involved.

  • Posted on: August 21st, 2008
  • Category: Cause, Featured

Blogging or Blogging?

Are you just Blogging or are you Blogging?

It’s funny, blogging as it comes to mind create opportunities and gives you the ability to create something of value. Darren Rouse over at ProBlogger has a post today that I wanted to take the time and mention because it is something that makes all the difference when it comes to blogging.

The thought of just cranking out an article is great when you have something to say, but if that is what you tried to do everyday, it is no wonder why so many give up, trying to crank out a …

What do you mean Blogging for a Cause?

A Cause?

Blogging for a Cause is similar to Blogging for your Community however Blogging for a Cause has a purpose or a motive behind the blog. The availability of topics is vast, it could be for breast cancer, bone cancer, there are literally hundreds of types of cancer, so picking just one would be easy, typically someone starts blogging for a cause “after” it has affected them, either directly or indirectly.

A Great Example

The Assertive Cancer Patient is a great example of a blog becoming a rallying point for others who can identify with the authors point of …

  • Posted on: August 8th, 2008
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  • Category: Cause