Tagged with Blogging

Engaging Readers

Dan Blank at Writer Unboxed posted about a subject that I’ve just begun to seriously think about: Am I building an audience of writers instead of readers? Yep. Sure am. I love to teach, especially those subjects that I’m passionate about. Writing happens to be one of them. I taught English Composition and Creative Writing in a … Continue reading

Blogging frequency

Michael Hyatt (see his blog here) has a book called Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World. He’s also got a blog that gets awesome traffic–and he posts five days a week. So when he said that “there is a direct correlation between frequency and tr… Continue reading

Guilt vs. Fear

Mike Duran recently posted a blog about blogging, specifically a condition he calls Shizo-blog. Here are the symptoms (copied word for word from his blog so you don’t have to read it if you don’t want to):* You feel guilty for blogging because you… Continue reading

Resolutions vs. Habits

It’s been awhile since I’ve blogged, and with the new year comes the idea of the resolution. Last year, I resolved to blog more. Oops. Failure accomplished. Experience now tells me NOT to make the same mistake this year. I will not resolve to blog… Continue reading

That’s what he said…

Michael Hyatt blogged recently on blogging, and one of his posts caught my eye: Do You Make These 10 Mistakes When You Blog?Mistake number one, according to Mr. Hyatt, is: You Don’t Post Enough. I immediately noticed that I am guilty of this mista… Continue reading