Tags, labels, keywords - what do those words at the bottom of your new post really accomplish? What are they? Tags (or if you're using Blogger - Labels) make it easy to group related posts. They give visitors the ability to browse all your posts that relate to a similar subject. When two or more blog posts … Continue reading The Purpose of Tags (or Labels)
This may be the hardest post to write. If you don’t know where else to start, how about “Welcome to My Blog”? Your goal is to explain why you’ve started your blog and what kind of things you plan to write about. You also need to take this time to explain why you are blogging … Continue reading How to Write your First Post
Most people don't like to write about themselves, but the About Me section should not be underestimated and should never be overlooked. Your “About Me” is often the first impression people have of you and your blog. Not only does this give readers the chance to get to know you and your style, but it … Continue reading Writing your “About Me” Section
Keep it Simple! Simplicity is the key to a good looking blog. Today’s web readers are inundated with a flood of visually stimulating advertisements, ideas, posts and photos. The result is overwhelming ... and very exhausting. A clean, crisp blog will relax your reader and make them enjoy their stay on your blog. This doesn’t mean make … Continue reading Blog Design
Before you start your blog, figure out why you want to do it in the first place. Some people start a blog to give potential employers a glimpse into what and who they are, a richer impression above and beyond that nerve-racking interview. A blog enables employers and/or customers to get to know you and like you before they work with you. Blogging is an extremely effective way to boost your online professional presence.