From time to time, I'm asked if I have any regrets about using my name as the URL for my blog's domain name. My answer is yes and no.
I ran across a recent article arguing that every blogger should make some simple changes to become an accessible blogger.
If you've considered starting a blog but you still haven't published that first post because you don't consider yourself a great writer, please read this.
More and more websites are resorting to maddening slideshows to present their content...and depending on the platform, there's a good reason.
I've noticed a disturbing trend in my email box lately: guest post spam. Requests from people wanting to write posts that have zero to do with my blog.
A little project I've been working on behind the scenes has reminded me of a great place to find blogging ideas for future posts.
Attracting more readers to blogs used to mean producing more content more often. But those days have changed, one blogger says.
When you've been blog writing for a long time, it's both fascinating and terrifying to go back and look at your earliest posts.
When it comes to blog fonts, the only real function that matters is that they make your content visually appealing and easy to digest.
Every so often, I conduct a reader survey here at Patrick's Place. It's that time again, so I'm asking you to take the 2017 Patrick's Place survey!
When I started this blog more than 13 years ago, I didn’t immediately have the option to use categories and tags.