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Try Not To Do This When Writing Your Blog

Don’t set unrealistic goals – If you are only able to start with a weekly blog, that’s great! Once you get into the flow of things and understand your commitments and how they may conflict with blogging, you will know when to write.

Watch your grammar! Spell check is available, usually, so put it to the test.

Check your word count – It is estimated that the average count should be around 500. (I REALLY need to work on this one.)

Keep your negativity in a letter you’ll throw away – Try your best to keep your post upbeat, inspiring, yee-ha! hot diggity dog! type of material. If you want to create a dark side of you blog, create it in a separate site. (Then you can really compare your stats!)

Become the mother of invention – show the many sides of you, your thoughts, what you stand for and feelings (keep in mind the negativity, though.)

Only 158 words..I will work on that!

 

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4 comments on “Try Not To Do This When Writing Your Blog

  1. Thank you for the tips. The inspiration is no problem, but I may need to work on word count too.

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