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Build Your Business by Building Your Email List

If you want to build your business, one of the first things you MUST do is to start collecting the email addresses of people who visit your site and are interested in what you have to say. When it comes to building your audience, social media is an essential tool....

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4 Tips to Better Workshop Productivity

As a hobbyist woodworker, I am not able to get in the shop as often as I would like. So, in the limited time that I do have, I would like to have better workshop productivity as well as enjoy my time that I do spend there. I decided to look at where some of my time...

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4 Affordable Ways the Internet Can Help Your Woodworking

The internet has done a lot to propel the craft of woodworking forward.  The internet itself is probably one of my most (if not THE most) used tools that I keep in my toolbox.  The benefits of it are almost as endless as the internet itself. I am a researcher at...

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WordPress vs Everyone Else

So you want to start a blog.  You’ve decided on a topic and defined your audience.  You are now at the point where you could actually set up a blog.  Well, almost.  There is actually one more decision you need to make:  How are you going to host your site? In my mind,...

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ManageFlitter – A Must Have Tool for Bloggers

You have a message which means something to you that you'd like to share. You take the time to craft a riveting blog post, insert the perfect images, and format your post in a visually stunning way.  You hit the PUBLISH button... and crickets.  No one comments, no one...

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Top 5 Resources For Building a Crosscut Sled

Building a Crosscut Sled There are a lot of videos on YouTube that will show you the process of building a crosscut sled for your table saw.  I have seen a bunch of these and narrowed them down my 5 favorites.  The first two listed are by far my favorites.  The last...

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7 ways CAD can Help You Become a Better Woodworker

Woodworkers will often ask themselves, "How can CAD help me design my own projects" and "Would there be any real benefit from using a CAD system?"  The simple answer is yes, CAD can help you in your woodworking. For me, the design of a project is almost as fun as...

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Defining Your Audience

Know who you are serving. Yes, I said serving. You need to be serving your audience.  Why do you need to be serving them?  Quite frankly, if your audience doesn't see that there is something in your blog that will help them out in some way, they will hit the back...

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The First 3 Steps to Planning a Blog

Plan it (not build it) and they will come So, you think you might want to start a blog and you are wondering what the first step would be?  There are more steps to starting a blog than you might think.  So, let's take this one step at a time. I really want to help you...

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About Me

Hello, my name is Dennis Caskey. I have been a hobbyist woodworker since 1999.

I have a day job, a mortgage, a home with an extra deep 2 stall garage, and a family to support. I have a lovely wife and two teenage boys who are now taller than me, (it is very hard for me to admit that).

Woodworking is a passion for me. For over 20 years I have worked in ..... Read More

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