Whenever I begin Writing a new blog post I become
Whenever I begin writing a new blog post I become filled with the joy of writing. If you haven’t blogged though you have an interest then listen here, please. A schedule is not essential unless you are really focused on expanding your reach. You may just be interested in having a blog except that is where the excitement starts. I thought that way until I began adding pages to my first blog not only posts.
I don’t write every day because I like to read online and from books as well. My library is an excellent resource and a few years back won the best library in North America award. Sometimes I browse the magazine racks at bookstores. I may buy magazines with books less often, for I can borrow almost any book for free.
Lynda.com is one resource but get busy on Google. You may find many other resources such as found in blogs. There is no magic start date necessary it is when you have enough information to begin a blog. Plain and simple may work for you, but if you are more complicated then read the technical topics.
You may want to have a daily routine however to increase your blog’s worth. Having to do’s every day with the intention directed to blogging is an idea. You could just start reading a newspaper or online news source such as NBC. I look at CBC, NBC, CNN often for updates on what of importance is happening.
Having online subscriptions may be necessary to find the good content your subscribers will be thrilled with. Going to Amazon searching out topics can be revealing for new useable content. Searching out blog directories can get you a few miles of research ahead of where you would be without looking.
Someone showed me how to use Twitter Facebook and Instagram to keep up to date on trends. I like that but don’t like social media as much as newspapers and news channels. If you want to be up to date on trends online then look at Trending on YouTube it is just below HOME.
Books in print are said to be outdated when published which I don’t agree with. I intend on writing a book which could find audiences over decades of republishing. Books are better on the eyes than a computer.