Lets talk about Bloggging

This was taken from myfriendamys blog

We’ve been doing a great job talking about books, but what about blogging?

It’s half of what we do. What better way to show our appreciation than to share our very best tips. So, today, I ask you to answer two questions in any way you please…

What is one thing you wish you knew about blogging when you started or what advice would you give a newbie blogger?

What is your best blogging tip?


Blogging is all very new to me. Its only been a few weeks. I guess the one thing I wish I new about blogging would be how to make it more interesting and getting people here to read my blog and commenting on it. If anyone has advise please tell me I love to know what to do and how to do it.

My best blogging tip is giving credit if you take something from somewhere. IE..questions etc. I know I try to do that. Also be respectful to other bloggers.

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  1. Yes, good blogging etiquette is essential.

  2. It seems to me that you’re off to a great start!

  3. Thanks bermudaonion and chris for the comments.

  4. I have two suggestions for bringing in new readers …

    1 – comment, comment, comment!

    Visit other blogs, make thoughtful comments and in most cases those bloggers will return the favor. If they like what they see when they get here, they’re likely to return.

    2 – weekly blogging events!

    Join one or two of the (many) weekly blogging events. Other bloggers who are doing the same event will come visit (and you’ll visit them).

    I’ve only been blogging actively since earlier this year but I’m quite happy with the participation level on my blog. I love the conversations I have with other bloggers, and I met most of them by doing the two things I just told you about.

    Good luck!

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