Typically the advice given to increase the social interaction/engagement on blogs can be boiled down to: Post frequently with quality posts. Be consistent with your posting frequency. Make sure to edit posts for any glaring spelling, punctuation, grammar issues. Go through past posts to see what posts had the most interaction; post similar posts. Like... Continue Reading →
Jumping spider sunning in the window. Post inspired by the Daily Photo Challenges: Window, Glow, and Rounded.
Sometimes its just a matter of perspective; the same tree only in this picture the entire Bonsai tree can be seen. Post inspired by the Photo Challenge: Scale
Years ago, before the internet, the financial cost of becoming a news organization was a significant barrier to just anyone creating a news organization. Now all it takes is a website, blog, and/or social media account and anyone can have a "news site". The amount of information out there is only growing; which requires the... Continue Reading →
In the time I have been doing reviews I have come across a growing trend. Those who believe that books should only get 4 or 5 star ratings. This includes authors and blog book review sites who ask for an "honest review" of a 4 or 5 star rating. Anything lower and the reviewer is... Continue Reading →
WordPress offers Blogging University as a way to help bloggers, new and old, with all aspects of their blogs. They have a range of courses: Blogging 101: Commenting Bootcamp: Overcome the fear of commenting. Blogging 101: Zero to Hero: Get grounded in blogging basics. Blogging 201: Branding and Growth: Focus your blog and grow your audience. Blogging 201: Customization: An in-depth look at free... Continue Reading →