If there's one controversy I wish we could settle once and for all, it's the question of the meaning for the word blog. People use it for two meanings.
Most of us who blog regularly do our best at proofreading before we publish. Sometimes, we rely on software as well as our own eyes.
This week (on Friday, to be exact), this blog will reach its 16th anniversary. In some ways, it seems like just yesterday when I posted my first post.
I recently came across a post listing nine blogging tools bloggers should want in his or her arsenal. One in particular stood out for me.
Over the years, I've talked a lot about comments: Are they important? Should you allow them? Should you turn them off? Is deleting comments ever OK?
As a blogger, I'm a big believer in having evergreen or rainy-day posts on hand for times when last-minute emergencies might otherwise make you miss a post.
Even bloggers who don't make any income on their sites need to pay attention to privacy regulations. And a new law just took effect on Jan. 1!
When you write as many posts per year as I do, going back to choose the ‘best posts of 2019’ can be quite a challenge. But here are my picks of the year.
I was a little surprised when I stumbled across an article with suggestions about getting your blog ready for 2020. After all, how do you do so?
I read an interesting article about the best time to publish a blog post, but the one thing I’m sure about is that it won’t work for everyone.
WordPress introduced its controversial Gutenberg Editor one year ago, but some users are still resisting the change...just because they can.
In the world of blogging, a broken link can hurt your SEO, so it's important that bloggers make sure to look for links that may no longer work.
Recently, someone asked me whether I thought it was a good idea to list your blog on your resume. There's no one answer here.