Hello everyone! This week I'm thrilled to bring you one of my most favorite people in the blogging world, Ritu Bhathal. Not only is she a successful blogger, but she is also an author and a poet... and that doesn't include all the other jobs she has. I asked her to pick three or four questions … Continue reading Conversations With Colleen: Meet Author, Ritu Bhathal
Hugh shares some great tips about blogging. I hope you hop over to his blog and say hello. ❤
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I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve been asked how to generate more readers, comments and followers.
Make no mistake about it, with limited amounts of time, millions of other blogs to read, readers have a vast choice of not only which blogs to follow, but which posts to read and/or comment on.
Here are seven tips I have implemented as a blogger which have got me more readers, followers, and comments left on my posts.
Eyecatching Post Titles
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I don’t know about you, but I always look at the title of a blog post first before deciding whether to read it or not. The title of the post has to really grab my attention and make me want to click the link to open it. If the title has no appeal, then I move on. Take, for example, these…
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In today's busy writing, blogging, and marketing world there is one constant - We do our best when we learn and share with each other. I have been blessed to belong to one of the best author/blogging communities around the web. Today, I begged asked, Marsha Ingrao, to share with my readers her tutorial on how … Continue reading Special Guest Post: “Using Canva Like an Expert,” by Marsh Ingrao
A great reminder from Hugh, to check out how friendly your blog is… besides these are just good habits to have in our community. ❤
Just imagine it’s your first day here on Planet Blog and you and everyone else with you hears the words “Hands up all those that want 1,000 followers.” What percentage of people in your group do you think would put up their hand?
When we start our journey in the world of blogging, getting as many followers as possible is very important to all of us. Why write and blog if nobody is going to read what we have to say?
So we’ve managed to gain lots of followers and we want more, yet we seem to also be losing followers. I wonder why?
I learned very quickly that building and maintaining your very own blogging community is an important aspect of blogging and one of the easiest ways to start losing followers is by not acknowledging those followers that leave comments. In my time as a blogger I’ve seen this…
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Make 2017 your best writing year yet with our list of the best writing websites. Enjoy! ❤ Source: 100 Best Writing Websites: 2017 Edition
Ritu is sponsoring a “Loveuary” for February! She says: “As you know, I am embarking on a month of love related posts, be it creative or thoughts from the heart. I don’t know if anyone is interested in accompanying me on my journey of ‘love’ but if you are crazy enough to join me, here are the rules.” You will want to check out this post to see what you can come up with! ❤ Sounds fun!
As you know, I am embarking on a month of love related posts, be it creative or thoughts from the heart. I don’t know if anyone is interested in accompanying me on my journey of ‘love’ but if you are crazy enough to join me, here are the rules.
- Below are a set of possible prompts, if you need them. They are a mixture covering many aspects of ‘love’.
- Please don’t feel tied to this list, you can post whatever you want, as long as it’s love related, be it poetry, prose, opinion, photos, or even songs!
- If it makes life easier, tie it in with other prompts or challenges you may already take part in. Just remember the #Loveuary tag and ping back to my daily post!
- I will aim to post daily at around 5am GMT, so if you are taking part, try and link back to my #Loveuary…
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A great interview with Hugh Roberts about his new book. Check it out! ❤
Hugh W. Roberts is a new author, and has just recently published his first book, Glimpses, a collection of short stories. Besides this, he is a blogger, and has a really inspirational story. It was my pleasure to have the opportunity to ask Hugh a few questions and learn more about both his book and his life!
You have dyslexia, and make no secret of it. What was it like growing up with this, and do you think it caused people to see you differently?
While growing up, dyslexia was not an acknowledged condition. Teachers told my parents I was either slow and/or not very intelligent for my age. You can imagine how that made me feel, while sat alongside my parents, knowing that sometimes the words I wrote or read just seemed to get jumbled up. I was often taunted by other children about all the mistakes I’d make…
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Here is a great gathering of authors you’re going to love! Happy New Year! 🎉🥂
I’ve thought for some time now that I’d like to have a theme for my blog. Many of the blogs I follow have themes I find most enjoyable. I’ve asked several of these folks to be my guest, tell us what they envision for their blog in 2017, and include their images and links.
I want to thank all of those who responded and wish them great success in the New Year. They are listed below in alphabetical order by first name. Please visit their sites, like and follow, and perhaps download a book or two. Enjoy!
Allan Hudson ~South Branch Scribbler
2017 will see the South Branch Scribbler hosting a variety of authors with some artists, photographers, and musicians. I have a lineup of terrific folks for the first three months of the New Year and am adding more weekly. I will be trying…
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