Tips For Blogging About Relationships, Personally Or Professionally

Whether you run a dating site, or you simply have a lifetime of dating and relationship tales to tell, or advice to give, if you plan to blog about relationships you need to be careful. For one thing, professionally you don’t want to get too personal. However, a personal blog (even if it’s public) is […]

3 Blog Structuring Tips for Make Your Content More Consumable

When it comes to blogging, whether it’s for business or pleasure, having a solid blog structure is one of the most beneficial things you can include for improved readability and user experience. However, structure is often one of the least thought of variables when a blog’s success isn’t taking off. Think of it this way: […]

Blogging for Personal Purposes

There are different reasons for people to blog. Some do it to share what they learn but there are others who do it mainly for personal reasons. What do these people mean by personal purposes? Blogging to remember Each of us want to keep certain things, like travels, on record so that we will always […]

Current Events Inspire Expressive Bloggers

Reading the daily newspapers, magazines and tabloids or simply browsing the websites of latest current events worldwide can ignite juicy blog entries. Paired with the talent to transform such entries into creative and informative content will not only be appreciated by most but may eventually used as a means for reference by other people who […]

Blogging with photos

Sometimes a picture is truly worth a thousand words. If you prefer showing off your photography or art skills rather than your words, you can always make a photoblog. A photoblog is a type of blog that gets regularly updated with photos, though it’s not the only content it can have. Offer a bit of […]

Blogging IS Writing

Blogging is often taken as informal writing. While this may be true, it does not mean that it is okay for a blogger to disregard writing rules. It’s bad enough that Internet sources are not considered as scholarly, and it’s worse that there are sites that prove it right – because of poorly written articles. […]