Did you know there are more than 152,000,000 blogs on the Internet?
And somewhere a new blog is born every 30 seconds?
Blogging is clearly worthwhile!
Over the next 26 weeks, I’m going to share how you can build a better blog, one that people will reach those for whom it’s written, and one that you will enjoy creating.
- If you are a writer, there are many reasons why you should be blogging, and we’ll cover those in the next few weeks.
- If you’re not a writer, what better way to keep in touch with your friends and family?
The term, BLOG, is a contracted word from WEB LOG. That’s all it is. A log, diary, journal, whatever you want to call it, which you publish on the web.
What better way to get known and further your writing dreams?
But . . .
It doesn’t have to be public. If you’re doing it to keep the family informed,
you can restrict it to members of the family or to your group of friends.
I will post a short article on the topic of blogging on this site every Monday from the beginning of May. Each post will contain ideas that will encourage and inspire you as you look at your own blog. You can read it when it suits you, and you will have a week in which to read it and implement any suggestions that will benefit your blog.
I’d love you to leave a comment or question at the end of each post. Leave a URL so others can interact.
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I loved the idea of a recent A to Z Challenge. It forced me to think out of the box. For that reason, I’m going to work through the alphabet, offering encouragement and suggestions which I hope will inspire you as you continue to to build a better blog!
Each time a new post appears on the blog, the title will be added to the list below.