If you write like I do, you find that the headlines you give your blog posts always begin as working headlines. That's not a bad thing.
When newbie bloggers compare notes with more experienced bloggers, the issue of a blogger's writing time often comes up.
If a lack of knowledge of website coding would prevent you from building a website from scratch, you should know you're in good company.
A user posed an interesting question in a Facebook group about starting a blog. They wanted to know what steps they should focus on first.
Bloggers can find several social media tools to help them draw readers. But you may have a hard time finding one you can afford.
An interesting Facebook post asked whether designing in WordPress should incorporate a 'desktop-down' or 'mobile-friendly' approach.
I don't know why recipe bloggers face such criticism, but this time around, they've apparently won a battle over their content.
Recently a longtime blogging colleague and reader of mine left me an interesting comment about making the great WordPress switch.
When you run a blog, sooner or later you'll start seeing an occasional business pitch in your inbox. I can rule most out as bogus right away.
It seems difficult it doesn't feel that long ago that I marked the blog's last birthday. But this week, it's time for the 17th anniversary!
When I changed my blog's logo, that meant taking on a second project. But I quickly realized I had a problem with some stock images I use.
For years I've talked about the importance of planning ahead and editorial calendars. But last month, I managed a post scheduling miracle.
I always take a moment at the end of the year to look back at what I've written here at Patrick's Place. Here's a look at my best 2020 posts.
I spent a good bit of 2020 avoiding looking at my web numbers. Honestly, the possibilities I expected Google Analytics to reveal scared me.