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As it is often the case with technology, blogging can seem like a boys’ club to many, but the average blogger is no longer (if they ever were) a geeky, twenty-something man from the US. Strong, interesting women are taking over the blogging world.
Keeping a posting schedule consistent can at times be a little taxing. There are those days when you don’t feel particularly inspired or driven or perhaps you simply don’t have the time. Hopefully you will have had the presence of mind to stock up some spare blog posts, but this isn’t always the case.
Today – October 15th ? is the very first annual Blog Action Day .
Every blogger knows the frustration of starting a new blog, and not having any readers.
Many bloggers have lived through this scenario: they start off their blog with a flurry of posts, with a lot of enthusiasm.
A marathon is an endurance race with rich rewards.
How many impossible things did you do last week? None?
Some post ideas you can experiment with in order to battle the blogger’s block in the year ahead. During the beginning of the year, everything is fresh and we all seem to have a tremendous amount of creative energy, and blogging ideas. However, as the year wears on you might need some inspiration, or a few post ideas to get you over the “blogger block” hump.Since this is my first post after joining the NxE team as a staff writer, I thought that I would give you, the NorthxEast readers a gift that would help you throughout year.
Why Guest Blogging is a Powerful Way to Gain Exposure for Your Blog at Blogger Resources by NorthxEastEvery blogger has been there: you’ve been blogging for a few weeks, but not many people other than your close friends and relatives every stop by. You ask your readers a question, and the response is a resounding silence. You need to find ways to gain exposure for your young blog.And guest blogging is one of the most powerful ways of doing that.When I first started Zen Habits , I faced this challenge, just like everyone else does.
Online opportunities are not created equal. Although access to the Internet is open to everyone, and the cost of publishing your thoughts are minimal, language gives a huge advantage to those who have learned English as their first language.
Every blog starts somewhere.