I’m no more of an expert in blogging than anyone else, but I’ve been doing it a lot longer than many, so maybe that makes my take on things worth a read.
The word count is sometimes used as a measuring stick for good blog post writing, which is really a shame because it’s a lousy way to tell.
Your blog theme can quickly help people learn to find what they’re looking for. But every now and then, I get an itch to make a change.
There’s more than one way to accomplish your blog post writing, and for many, it always begins with an outline. Mine is a bit different.
Is blog writing really relaxing? It’s a question some ask when they learn writing is my real job, too. But even then, writing can be relaxing.
The following is a guest post about how to eliminate distractions is written by Wendy Dessler of OutreachMama. Check out her bio at the end of the article.
For years now, I’ve explained the benefits of an editorial calendar for bloggers. But I think I understand why some still won’t try one.
It’s about time to discuss the blog comment problem we have and why some of the most common solutions may not fix it.
When you set blogging goals, it’s important to come up with a way to track your progress. Here’s how I tracked one goal in particular.
If you’ve been reading this blog for any amount of time, you know I’m a big fan of scheduled posts and an editorial calendar.
For many bloggers, it can be a challenge just to churn out enough content to stay updated. So how much should you rework older blog posts?
I recently read a blog post that was essentially a rant about guest posts and the expectation that a blogger would post one without charging a fee.
One of the critical parts of establishing a blogging goal is to track how well you’re making progress toward meeting it consistently.