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Please don't just read the first page, then ask questions that are answered, very clearly, on the linked page. That wastes both your time, and my time.

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Anonymous said…
I Have Just Finished a new blogg w/o having any problems. It went right thru Feedreader/Validator.

Appreciate the info on: #1 search engine
#2 tools/counters
#3using "next blogg"
I read every comment answered to learn and make it easier to not bother you " Slaves".

Thank you very much, bullfighter
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