When you read 'how to' articles on blogging, many advocate writing longer blog posts with word lengths closer to 1,500 words.
Bloggers learn quickly about trolls. But I'd never heard of the term 'sealioning' — which is related to online trolling — until recently.
One of the concerns I had about switching from seven-day-a-week posting to just five was the possible impact on my web analytics — page views and visitors.
I received an interesting little reminder about the concept of ‘relevant content’ in the form of an email notification about a subscriber.
WordPress's announcement that it purchased Tumblr resurrected a debate over inappropriate content — porn — that had previously been banned on the platform.
News broke last week that Automattic, the parent company of WordPress, purchased alternative blogging site Tumblr from Verizon.
What do you do when you decide to take a nice vacation in real life? Does it have to mean you go on a blog vacation as well?
The subject of blog post word count is one that comes up often, particularly among new bloggers seeking advice on crafting the ‘perfect post.’
I stumbled across an article about ways that we can prevent burnout by simply blogging. The article makes good points...
My blogging schedule changed a few weeks back. The past few Saturdays, I got up and started my day without having a blog post to write.
When I use quotes from other blogs or from news reports on my blog, I try to be sure to properly credit the original source. It's called blogging etiquette.
If you're a longtime blogger, you've already pondered the big comment problem that has been affecting the blogosphere for years.
I'm making a big change to my blog's posting schedule effective immediately. But I realize that to most readers, they won't notice much of a difference.
For bloggers, when work-life balance begins to become unbalanced, your blog might start suffering right along with your contentment.