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What Makes a Popular Article: Top 10 Reads of the Year

What makes a travel article get so popular it becomes viral? See 10 examples from the year!

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One of the most popular articles on this blog is one we wrote about using interfacings to stabilize t-shirts so you can sew the t-shirts into a quilt without stretching them out of shape. That article provoked this question from reader Stacy: “I noticed that you state, woven or non-woven interfacing is fine. I know …

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20 Most popular articles featured on One Kindesign for 2016

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George Michael dies

A musical great known for both his chart-topping hits and his turbulent personal life, George Michael was a giant of popular culture

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How to Increase Your Instagram Visibility: 5 Tips : Social Media Examiner

Do you want more Instagram visibility? This article shows you how to build visibility on Instagram and strengthen your community relationships.

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Top 10 LuxPad Articles of 2016

The LuxPad | The LuxPad recaps the last twelve months by taking a look back at some of our favourite and most popular articles, discover our Top Ten Articles of 2016...

2013 In Pictures And The 70 Most Popular Articles

Yatzer 2013 In Pictures And The 70 Most Popular Articles | Yatzer

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The Secret Behind Typical Job Interview Questions

Really doing research for an interview but some of these questions do not seem typical-"why are manhole covers round?" Or my favorite is question 3 about the blender

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What to Pin in December (in the run up to Christmas and the New Year)

What to Pin in December. We collected the most popular Pinterest Pins from last December to answer the question of what you should Pin in the run up to Christmas and the New Year via @tailwind #Pinterest #December

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Feeling Hyper-Sensitive? It May Be a Result of Your ADHD

"If you or your loved one (your child, spouse, sibling, etc.) have ADHD, do you ever notice that this person seems to be more sensitive to things than others who do not have ADHD? It is not unusual for individuals with ADHD to feel both emotionally hyper-sensitive, as well as physically hyper-sensitive to touch, sounds, light, even the tags on clothing." - Popular article by Keath Low with over 110 responses. - ADDfreeSources: www.pinterest.com/addfreesources/

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