Blog Advice

Every blogger hits a "writing block" every now and then. Most good bloggers overcome it and just go on, stronger and better than ever. Some other good bloggers get stuck in the "writing block" and their web sites join the virtual cemetery of dead blogs respectfully maintained by GruntDoc.

Below are a few links which should help your blog engine keep humming along:

101 Great Posting Ideas That Will Make Your Blog Sizzle. I Help You Blog.

Find Great Free Photos for your Blog. LifeHack.org.

The 4 Motivations for Blogging. LifeHack.org.

Be More Than a Blip in the Blogosphere. Washington Post, 11/2007.


This Google video shows it takes about 2 minutes to start a blog on Blogger.com. Creating a web site has never been easier.

Updated: 11/15/2007

2 comments:

  1. I keep a list of things I want to blog about, so that when I'm feeling creative or inspired I generate a nice store of things to write about. Then, when I go to write, I just take things off of the list.

    Of course, if you're extremely busy with little time to blog, then you still won't be writing much, but otherwise it helps a lot.

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  2. To maintain a good blog one feels to become as an editor of a newspaper column; has to be prepared, investigate thoroughly before writing something. Then this becomes time and energy-consuming, at least this happened to me. Until one becomes acquainted and begins telling their life experience, daily events and their response to different issues that interest our life. Anyhow I find it very useful to follow some other's blog as this one.
    Many thanks for the last post about Ask Dr. Wiki. This is what we need for. I hope it will grow rapidly. I also think it is very important that you at the Cleveland create a committee for the peer-reviewing process.
    iskandar

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