This is a guest post by Andriy Noble, owner of SecuritySlacker.org.

I’m going to outline the steps for setting up a blog with all the added features that you would want. Then we’re going to add some security to it. Alright so we are going to work with the WordPress platform, it’s well developed and by far the best one for blogging.

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One day, about a week ago, I spent the majority of my waking hours on Blogussion.com. That’s right, the majority of the time I was awake that day I was reading articles on a website. Furthermore, this website was developed by a 15-year-old and a 16-year-old. It was unusual to say the least. Why did I do it?

Blogussion is a website that focuses on providing tips for bloggers, new and old, to help improve their blogs. Side note, blogging is something that has never really interested me prior to finding this site. Alex (15) and Janith (16) have done an incredible job of designing and developing Blogussion.

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Entrepreneurship is unique in that it encompasses and concentrates all areas of business into one entity, a stool in this case. Additionally, a business grows much like a person. Except, in most cases you want your business to grow fat.

That fat person resides on your entrepreneurial stool and it’s your responsibility to make sure it doesn’t collapse.

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This is a guest post by Jared O’Toole, owner of Under30CEO.com.

What happens every time a company makes a mistake or gets called out on something? We see a press release or statement sent out that addresses the matter and tries to put it to rest. These press releases are structured, proof read 100 times and simply look insincere.

STOP IT! Show your emotion with a video statement.

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