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Two new integration updates for GitHub and Gyroscope

Two new integration updates for GitHub and Gyroscope

We’re launching some new integrations this week, giving you new ways to keep track of your time and tell interesting stories with your data. Log highlights for your code commits directly through GitHub Several weeks ago, we launched support for logging your code commits from your Git projects. It’s been pretty popular, and we’ve logged […]

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Tracking my data proved that I’m actually kicking ass (even when it feels like I’m not)

Tracking my data proved that I’m actually kicking ass (even when it feels like I’m not)

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Megan Seling, Culture Editor at the alt-weekly newspaper The Nashville Scene. It’s a world of constant tight deadlines and moving pieces – exactly the type of environment where it’s easy to lose track of the time. We asked her to share some ways that RescueTime helps her make it through the day. […]

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Making Games in a Weekend

Making Games in a Weekend

Ludum Dare is an event held three times a year, where thousands of developers come together to create games, by themselves or in small collaborative teams, in 48 hours.  You did read that correctly, their games are created in 48 hours rather than the many months or years it would usually take. I created a […]

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Using personal data to find work/life balance

Using personal data to find work/life balance

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Belle Beth Cooper. She is the co-founder of Exist, a kick-ass personal analytics platform that we recently launched an integration with. If you have ever wanted to examine the relationships between your RescueTime productivity stats and other data points such as mood, sleep or fitness, Exist is a […]

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February updates: Smarter website categorization, video tracking, email preferences, and more!

February updates: Smarter website categorization, video tracking, email preferences, and more!

We’ve pushed a bunch of new improvements out this month. We’ve been able to boost performance, add new features, and address some of our most long-standing support requests. Happy slightly-late Valentine’s day, everybody! Subdomain categorization / scoring We often see some form of this question in our support forums: I see a lot of subdomains in […]

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Now That You Quit, Here Is how To Make Money From Home

Pursue Your Passion and the Rest Will Follow: Insight from Philz Coffee

Pursue Your Passion and the Rest Will Follow: Insight from Philz Coffee

Growing up as the son of an entrepreneur, Jacob Jaber couldn’t help but feel inspired. Phil Jaber worked hard to transform an idea into a world-class coffee store known for its delicious coffee. From his father, Jacob learned when you have a passion for what you do, success naturally follows. Phil Jaber began experimenting with coffee more than 25 years […]

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3 Day HostGator Sale – Start Your Blog for Only $2.23

3 Day HostGator Sale – Start Your Blog for Only $2

In my Beginner Make Money Online Tips post, I said that one of the must have tools you need is a WordPress blog. Well, as luck with have it, HostGator (they host my blog), is doing a 3-day sales to celebrate their sponsorship of the annual Tour Du Rouge charity bicycle race. The Tour Du Rouge is a charity bicycle […]

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Dot Com Lunch – Sport Fishing with Dan Edition

Dot Com Lunch – Sport Fishing with Dan Edition

If you like sport fishing, then you will love this episode of the Dot Com Lunch. We were joined by sport fishing legend Dan Hernandez, of the hit TV show Sport Fishing with Dan Hernandez. In addition to hosting a TV show and selling a really mean fish batter, Dan also run a fishing charter where he’ll teach you how […]

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The Lazy Blogger’s Quick-Start Blogging Guide

The Lazy Blogger’s Quick-Start Blogging Guide

Here are 7 short “quick-start” blogging tips to help even the laziest blogger get started on the right foot. 1. Follow Proven Step-By-Step Training To Start Your Blog The Right Way One major way BlogPress is different… We’re a blog hosting AND training company. Many of our members come for the training, and stay for the […]


The Lazy Blogger’s Quick-Start Blogging Guide was first posted on May 2, 2015 at 7:56 am.

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Internet Marketing Lessons From The $10,000 Apple Watch

Internet Marketing Lessons From The $10,000 Apple Watch

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Apple recently launched the Apple Watch. I would get one, but it requires an iPhone, and I use Nexus 6. My wife has an iPhone so I might get one for her. By far the most interesting watch is the gold Watch Edition. This watch starts at a whopping $10,000, […]

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