As any serious blog consumer can attest, a carefully curated blog feed, covering niches that matter to your life, can provide substantially more value than the collectivist ping-ponging of likes and memes that make up so much of social media interaction.
This is a useful reflection on the difference between blogging and social media. It was something that I think was left ambiguous from
This is a reminder that I really need to get onto my ‘Following Page’.
Kathleen Morris unpacks ten strategies for improving your blog, including having an updated about page, organising your posts using tags and categories, use hyperlinks and use images to break-up your writing.
A great example of a ‘Using’ page. One of my itches is to fix up my About page, I think that something like this might be useful.
As blogging habits go, I think that this is one of the more achievable Clint. I might join you as I feel my blog has been pretty quiet of late.