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5 Ways to Dominate with Blog Design

Love at first sight, meet ‘indifference at first glance.’ No offense, but if your blog looks bad, you’ll probably get written off as an amateur before a visitor even glances at your posts. “Big-name bloggers don’t have boring designs, so you must not be important,” they think (Seth Godin’s blog aside). Clearly there is a lower threshold for blog design, beneath which pretty much everyone dismisses you.
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