Why Anonymous Blogging Is Not for Serious Bloggers


How much of yourself do you put out there on your blog and social network sites? If you are an anonymous bloggers, are you really taking the precautions for keeping your information from wandering eyes? Unfortunately, for serious bloggers, those who are making a business of blogging and developing an authority amongst the blogging community […]

Guest Blogging: Preparing For Your Debut


So, you considered guest blogging on another site that was well known and could possibly bring you both some link love and some traffic. However, your site is still new and you are unsure if you might be welcomed in that community. While some of your worries might seem bad to you, they are not. […]

Blogging Ain’t Perfect: Your Blog Voice


I was an English major the first time I was in college and I have to say that my writing style is far from what it use to be for my blog. I was the one pointing out the errors and being a real grammar snob. And you know what? It was a put off […]

How To Have a User-Friendly Hiatus For Your Blog


When you go to a site and it reads ‘HIATUS’, is it annoying? For me it is and I have heard from quite a few other bloggers that it can be irksome for them too. What is equally annoying is no updates for a while. Come on people… do you care about keeping your visitors? […]

Indentifying And Taking Care Of Comment Spam


Comment spam is definitely something a lot of bloggers encounter, no matter how few or many people visit. Some are geniune spammers, some are newbies who do not know any better, and some are just plain out of the loop. Yeah, that was not very nice, but hey – it is true. Obviously if a […]

Blog At Your Own Risk, And When You Do Blog…


I was reading Chris Brogan’s Rules of the Pool article and I really had to reiterate that when you blog, choose what you think is best. Using together Blogging and social media are knocking all the rules of the normal pool we have come to know over the past decade, literally right out of the […]

Webmaster 101: Making Sense of Your Site Stats


For those who already know how to harness the power of their site stats and how to adjust their site focus, this article will be a real breeze. For those who are just getting into blogging and finding their way, this might be handy. Reading your site stats whether you use your StatPress plugin (for […]

Has Blogging Become A Chore to You?


You blog often and spend time writing quality articles, but feel you are not getting traffic or your blogging seems all for nothing? Has blogging become a chore? There could be several reasons why you might feed blogging is a tedious chore: Creating a post takes too much time Lack of motivation Discouraged because you […]