Stress-Free Blogging

Managing Your Time A very important part on your blogging is setting a reasonable schedule and good time management for posting, commenting on other blogs, moderating and responding to the comments left on your blog, reading feeds, checking your stats, and lots more. Setting up a schedule and sticking to it will keep you from […]

Creative Writing: How To Get Started

In my last post, I talked about the role of creative writing in blog writing. We have a comment from one of our readers, Nancy, which I think warrants mention in this follow up post. She emphasizes the importance of achieving a balance between creative writing and informative writing. So as you try your hand […]

Niche Blog Content: News Blogging

What do you think news blogging entails? Does it mean that you would have to write as a journalist does and present breaking news in your blog? If that thought worries you, you’ll be glad to know that when I say news blogging, I mean something else. If you remember, we are talking about finding […]

Are You a Fence Sitter?

The Free Dictionary defines this expression as: fence sitter n. Informal One who takes a position of neutrality or indecision, as in a controversial matter. Take a look at some of your posts which feature particularly controversial topics. For example, when it comes to blogging practices, we have topics such as keyword density, black hat […]

Is There Such A Thing As Too Personal?

I seem to remember posing a similar question in a post a long time ago. How personal can you get when writing for your blog? Is there such a thing as too personal? These questions came to mind as I visited one of the blogs that I regularly haunt. This blog – which I shall […]

More Kinds of Content for Your Niche Blog

In the previous post we talked about using the news as content for your niche blog. It really is a good way to come up with content as you can never really run out of news – something new happens each and every day. Are there other ways you can come up with content for […]