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You put ‘The Infatuation’ on my most visited sites so it appears on the screen. How do I take it off? My client saw it and asked me what it was thinking it was not a “nice” site.

Dear Elyse,

HAHAHA. OMGGGGG… Ok in MOST browsers (like Google Chrome, Safari & Firefox — none of which you use), you can right click on the name (‘The Infatuation‘) in the bar (it’s called the ‘bookmarks bar’) and select ‘delete’.

Screen Shot 2019-01-03 at 9.40.27 PMIn the old browsers you use (Internet Explorer) it should be the same thing.

Also, I still don’t think you get this but ‘The Infatuation’ website is a site that allows you to filter through restaurants that are close to the location you’re currently at or will be at.

Hope this helps!

XO

Books, Network, Questions, Web

How does a blog differ from a website?

Dear Elyse,

Another great question. This is a blog. Blogs are a type of website. The only real difference between a blog and other types of website is that blogs are regularly updated with new content displayed in a reversed chronological order (newer posts first). So a blog is dynamic, and it is usually updated more frequently than a website.

Blogging has recently turned into a hot profession. Lots of bloggers are leaving their jobs to do blogs full time because they’ve found they can make more money and manage their own schedule. There’s a book called ‘The Essential Habits of Six Figure Bloggers‘ that outlines the secrets of 17 successful bloggers who make six-figure salaries.

XO