For some, working from home allows working in pajamas. But should bloggers dress for work when they sit down to write a post?
The unfortunate trend of adding text over images continues in blogging. But beware: it can cause design issues. I'll show you why.
When you run a website for a while, you'll surely receive an unsolicited website design proposal. But some 'cold call' emails miss the mark.
Are you thinking about changing your blog's publishing schedule? If you do, I think it's important to let readers know about the change.
Bloggers often struggle with the proper ways of rewriting news articles to create new content on their sites.
I think most of us who blog with there were more hours in the day to keep up with deadlines. But writing fast doesn't always help you.
Do you tend to write blog posts the day they get published or do you plan ahead and manage to stock up your blog a week or more ahead?
If you've ever read blogs late at night or a bit too early in the morning and you wished for a dark mode option, it's out there.
Do you have a blog schedule you use to help you publish regularly? I do, but even with an editorial calendar, I still fear missing a slot.
Two weeks ago, I began an experiment here at 'Patrick's Place' searching for an alternative that might be better than blog comments.
What motivates would-be bloggers to actually start blogging? Do you really need a formal reason? It certainly can help.
For years, I've watched a growing trend of bloggers closing comments on their sites. I've always argued against doing so.
A blog I visit from time to time announced that as of later this month, readers will have to pay a blog subscription for their content.