Simple Advice For New Bloggers

May 8, 2015

photo-1416339684178-3a239570f315Blogging can be tough.
I’m still trying to get the hang of it.

There are some bloggers that jump in head first and within a year everything happens for them.
This past year has made me open up in ways I thought I never could.
I’m learning about computers.
I”m talking to people I don’t know.
I”m constantly thinking of fun and interesting things to do, and whether or not people
(some that I know and some that I don’t know) will also find them fun and interesting.

I’m still learning.
Blogging changes a person.

My only advice to new bloggers is to take any feedback and (hopefully positive) criticism seriously.
That can range from “I love reading your new posts” and “I can’t wait for the next one” to “It’s not easy to
post comments” and “The words from your post run off the page.”┬áThis feedback helps you write better posts and fix any technical issues you may not have known you were having.
Also don’t be afraid to respond to other blogger’s posts and ask them questions.
If you don’t ask questions how will you get the answers you need?

With that being said, here’s my question for all of the bloggers, writers, and readers out there.
How do you keep all of your thoughts and ideas organized? I have notes written all over the place and there
is no sense of any kind of order.
Let me know in the comments below, and keep reading!

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