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.
If you're considering starting a blog on your own domain but you're not sure what a self-hosted blog costs, this post may give you an idea.
If you noticed over the past few years that people's online manners have largely disappeared, you certainly aren't alone.
Every Aug. 10, the world — or at least part of it — celebrates Vlogging Day. A vlog, for those who don't know, is a blog conducting on video.
This Wednesday — and every Aug. 5 — is Blogger Day. And by 'Blogger,' I don't mean a person who blogs. I mean that famous blogging platform Google now owns.
I just learned this weekend that Kelly Stern, a blogger I met online when I lived in Richmond died just a few days after he turned 50.
Oops! News came late last week that Google lost the ownership of the Blogspot.in domain in India, causing broken links and access problems.
Since the death of George Floyd in May, racism became a big topic of conversation. Is it time bloggers address their anti-racism plans?
A friend of mine asked me the other day when I'm planning on starting a podcast. It's a question I've asked myself a few times as well.
If you've blogged for any length of time, you've surely hit points where taking a blogging vacation sounds like just what you need.
I've been thinking about creating a list of what I'd call essential WordPress plugins for a while now. But I found a good reason to keep putting it off.
If you receive link requests in which someone asks you to add a link to their site to one of your existing posts, here's why they're asking.
There are plenty of buzzwords and phrases when it comes to blogging. But one of them that I really believe in is simple: Quality over quantity.