August 25, 2012

How to Add Notes to Plan Your Blog Posts From Within WordPress with The Notely Plugin

Whenever I write a blog post, I like to have at least an idea in my head as to where I am going with it. That may not be immediately clear to those of you who have read my posts before, but I swear that it’s the truth. That idea may be nothing more than a fleeting thought, but whenever I am writing something more than a few hundred words…

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