Full screen text editor is probably the best thing I’ve discovered since I started blogging. When I open up my full screen text editor, my creativity quadruples and ideas seem to flow from every inch of my brain. A few days ago, Maki wrote about a full screen text editor called Dark Room and explained […]
Top 10 best blogs about blogging in the year 2007.
If I could describe the whole post in one word, what would be it?
Why would anyone want to read this post?
What would anyone do after reading this post?
It’s every writers’ wish to write in a plain and clear language. After all, writers write so they can communicate with their audience, and they naturally want to be understood.
It’s easy to lose grip of the original subject once you dive headfirst into writing. Ideas that were lurking in the back of your mind jump right in the middle of the action to push you off topic.
To deal with this situation, I’ve come up with three questions to help me stay on track as well as write more engaging posts.
Previously, I have written about what on a blog puts me off as a visitor and keeps me from subscribing to it. Today, I am going to disclose what makes me subscribe to a blog and how you can learn from my perspective as a reader to improve your own blog.
Are you tired of your blog’s default post editor? So am I, and being the kind person I am, I have put together a list of 15+ blog editor alternatives so you don’t have to put up with that jerk of a editor (excuse the pun). I especiaslly love desktop-based blog editors because they let me write and edit posts offline and off-browser, which minimizes distractions and maxizes productivity. Online editors are also more feature-rich than boring ol’ default post editor in WordPress.
Are you a successful blogger? Success, it seems, has different meaning for every person. For some, managing a low traffic blog is a success in itself. For others, it means a lot of traffic, subscribers, and comments. The majority, however, does not know how to determine whether they are successful or not, and what exactly it feels like to be a successful blogger.
Every blogger is full of inspiration and motivation when starting a blog, but this elated condition seems to wane as time passes. The interest simply peters out and the once fun task of blogging seems more like a chore. This all happens because the bored blogger is not familiar with the sense of success.
Usually, since blogging is supposed to be a lifelong adventure, the formidable challenge of blogging overshadows the initial enthusiasm. To get a sense of definite direction and ultimately a sense of success, you need to set down several goals to help you stay motivated along the way.
This is a guest post by Jamin Gray. Jamin Gray writes at WondR.net and covers topics such as lifehacks and productivity. So you’ve got this brilliant blog, and you have high hopes for it to continue to grow, grab new readers, and produce fantastic content. But the boss at your day job is making you […]