Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this series. I've greatly appreciated the generosity and thoughtfulness of the tips shared. I've tried to include as many of the suggestions as possible (without overwhelming your inboxes). Again, some of the ideas have been paraphrased. For more blogging strategies and details, please check out the comment… Continue reading BLOGGING TIPS WRAP UP
Thank you to all who shared their favourite blogging tips (see previous post). To ensure that your suggestions are not missed, I have begun to reprint them here. To list ideas in graphic form, I have (heavily) paraphrased comments while preserving the key themes. To experiment further, I tried a free infograph template from Canva… Continue reading Follow Up Tips
Recently, I asked a group of friends for their #1 blogging tip. While some of their answers surprised me, I've already been able to use many of their responses to help with this post. Game changer! Here is what they shared. Many bloggers said they are less obsessed with stats and 'must-dos' than previously. Instead… Continue reading Your Best Blogging Tip
Thank you to Hugh Roberts for featuring my blogging question about the Gutenberg Editor. He has given me just the push I need to give it a try. Have you used the new editor on Word Press? If so, do you agree with Hugh?
Here’s Donna’s question in full.
Yes, I’m using the Gutenberg editor, Donna. I’ve written this post using it.
I’ve read more blog posts complaining about the new Gutenberg Editor than those that give it any praise or credit. I found that to be of great shame, given some of the circumstances surrounding the reviews it’s been getting.
Many of those who complained about Gutenberg hadn’t even attempted using it. They’d ended up getting to it by mistake; many panicking as soon as they saw what was in front of them on the screen.
Others had tried using it but had not given it the time it deserves. Just like learning to ride a bike, or ice-skating for…
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