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Title It starts with the title. Let's compare. Bolt Thrower: XCOM Board Game, Dark Souls, Starship Troopers, Johnny Flynn Someone talking about their random musings about four seemingly unrelated topics. I doubt that the article will be in any way more coherent that the title. Opinion: It's time to give up on first and third person shooters for ...


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Let's look at the two. First (the failed one) is a mixed bag of... "I did thing". It's definitely your personal blog where you just report things you've been doing, and adding a short piece of opinion to each of them. And you've been doing various things. There's no direction, no focus, nothing to bind it into a solid whole. It's like a Facebook timeline, ...


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I had a quick read of both posts and, to my mind, the writing styles were noticeably different. You mention nothing about traffic in your question but it might be pertinent to your writing. Obviously if one website only attracts 1,000 visitors and another attracts 10,000 visitors then it would be unrealistic to expect the same level of reader engagement. ...


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As others have said, you cannot copyright ideas. However, that is not really what you want to achieve here is it? What you really want is to be credited with coming up with the ideas in the first place in the event that either you or someone else is able to do the science to prove them right. It's the recognition you want. If you want to profit from the ...


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The short answer is "a lot". Anything you publish - whether it is free or paid-for content - has to compete with an awful lot of other websites, blogs, books and other sources of information. When someone clicks through to your site, you have about two tenths of a second to capture and hold their attention long enough for them to want to continue reading. ...


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It depends on the audience you're trying to attract, but on my experience, the visuals count a lot for a modern blog in terms of attracting readers. You don't need them to be flashy, but they need to look polished, and to match the content. One good way to proceed that isn't too difficult is to go with a very minimal design, but make sure each article ...


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Ideas can't be copyrighted. One could write a creative text with these, but then using them (in an entirely different text) will be completely viable. If these ideas could be used as methods, technologies or devices, you can patent them. The one "beautiful" thing about patents is that they absolutely don't need to work for real, you just need to claim that ...


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Thank gods, ideas are not copyrightable at all (in any country, as far as I know; particularly in the US under Section 102 of the Copyright Act, in Russia under Section 1259 of Civil Code, etc).



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