OK, first of all I’m sorry for disappearing from the face of blogosphere all of a sudden. I made a few posts in past couple of months to make a comeback, but things didn’t go as expected. But I do promise to stick around this time and do what I love doing: sharing what […]
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 […]
WordPress magazine style themes have been all the rage lately, and everyone seems to want some aspect of their WordPress blog to have a magazine-y look and feel. So if you have been around blogosphere recently, you must have seen those cool image thumbnails with short excerpts displayed on many blog home pages. Today I […]
And our life as bloggers, my friends, is about to become a lot easier. Here are some of the exciting new features as told by Matt: A customizable dashboard, multi-file upload, built-in galleries, one-click plugin upgrades, tag management, built-in Gravatars, full text feeds, and faster load times sound interesting to you? Then WordPress 2.5 might […]
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Did you notice the sideblog in the sidebar where I have been featuring my favorite links? Would you like to know how I did it?
Running a mini blog (also called asides) alongside the main blog is not really a new idea, people have been doing it since the dawn of blogging. But the credit for making me give serious thought to sideblogging goes to Michael at Pro Blog Design. check out his detailed post on the pros and cons of using a sideblog
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.