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Setting a Blog Posting Schedule

There are a few gifted bloggers who somehow manage to finish their posting requirements on time – how many they might be – even if they are slackers and crammers. But for the majority of us bloggers and freelance copywriters, posting regularly proves to be a hurdle. Whether you’re blogging for other people or for […]

The Language of Blogging

Simply put, blogging is the simplest form of being able to explain and stress issues, topics and views in the eyes of people as they see it. If we all recall our early education days, it can be typified to a reaction paper to which we are given something to read and understand initially. Afterwards, […]

Technical Words May Dismay Your Blog Audience

Anyone who blogs is out to impress people. The use of deep-meaning words, technical adages, and uncommon terminologies may be appreciated in some ways. But they can also be a means of turning away the blog reader class you may cater to for the reason that they are too hard to understand. One thing about […]

Potential Topics for Your Blog

The topic of concern for most bloggers in their beginning stages does not have to be too complicated or fancy. The important thing is that the topic is something that the blogger is well versed about. Indulging in topics for the sake of it being the buzzword today is something that will be produced half-baked. […]

Staying On-Topic When Blogging

For most bloggers, the ideas running in their heads will most likely become distorted due to anxiety and the desire to be able to expound on various topics of concern properly. This is only normal but just like in any activity that they are very much inclined to prove, the need to discipline and take […]

Be Within Your Senses When You Blog

It is important for any blogger to have an open mind when he starts to blog or write about something of his desired topic of interest. But focus is something that should also be considered. This can only be achieved if a blogger’s mind is free from distractions. In the same way the work should […]