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Share Your Tip for a Great Blog

by Mommy Hence
I collect it all of tips below from expert members in Facebook. You can add more to share experience here.

Past Tips:

“Find a balance between writing for an audience and maintaining the authenticity of your post. You can and should do both. With an audience in mind, your post will be relevant. With authenticity, your post will be a genuine self-expression.”

Patrick Soch, September 7, 2007



“Write the way you speak.. it makes more sense in a blog because bloggers essentially talk to themselves until someone responds!”

Poesy Liang, September 6, 2007



“Remember that a negative comment on a blog is not a bad thing! Great opportunity to generate debate, build engagement and create real value for the readership.”

Chris Street, September 5, 2007



“Blog about something you are learning or wanting to learn. Share each stage, day or exercise. Heck, vlog yourself practicing French and ask for feedback.”

Todd Jordan, September 3, 2007



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“Blogging is sharing. Try to share what benefit yourself and others, hence negativity should be avoided if possible.. Unless it is completely therapeutic for you to vent it out..”

Poesy Liang, September 2, 2007



“Add your events to online calendars like Upcoming.org and Eventful (not to mention to Facebook's event calendar and 30 Boxes).”

Robert Scoble, September 1, 2007



“Even if your blog is informal, try to use offensive words wisely. If you use too much foul language you sound foolish or unintelligent to blog readers.”

Michael Bastianelli, August 31, 2007



“If you're at home, inventory your immediate surroundings. Write about something you own, or share a unique solution to a household problem. Describing your physical stuff and space, while seemingly mundane, can be a source of fascination to others.”

Anonymous, August 30, 2007



“Don't make your readers feel as if they ought to be wearing a tie when they visit your blog. Great posts sound more like a hallway conversation than a boardroom presentation.”

Wade Rockett, August 29, 2007



“Respond to comments on your blog, and leave (constructive) comments on other's blogs.”

Jay Thompson, August 28, 2007




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Comments

Hanna Barbera Innovator  Web Designer

I'm inserting one.
Don't make your blog as advertorial nest. :D

Sep 24th 2007 13:52   
Teodor Muntean Professional   Business Consultant
Good advice from Hanna. Take it into consideration.
Sep 28th 2007 03:20   
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