I’ve enjoyed lurking around Bryan Allain’s blog for quite awhile. I’ve commented a few times, but according to his book, 31 Days to Finding Your Blogging Mojo I’m definitely a lurker.
I’ve recently been encouraged to blog and knew that I was out of touch with the blogging world and some blogging etiquette. If you’re getting back into the swing of blogging like myself, I highly recommend reading this. This PDF file is a real page turner.
Allain provides advice on etiquette and [what was probably] unspoken rules and guidelines. In between all of this you will find excerpts of his humor tossed in. It’s not like his advice was so mind numbing you needed the humor, but it was added bonus. You’ll definitely find entertainment from Allain sharing his blogging knowledge with you.
Just so you know, there are a few little exercises that you’ll be asked to do. These exercises are for you to better your blog and critique yourself. One of my favorite parts was when Allain explained that he believes EVERYONE should blog. We all have something to share, so why not share it effectively?
While reading, I realized that I really needed to read something like this. This PDF kicked my butt, in a good way, to better my overall blogging skills. I don’t want to give people the play by play of my life, if that were the case I’d be over at LiveJournal; instead, I rather build a community and network with awesome people in this world. Bryan Allain has a community over on his blog and has told you about all the awesome opportunities he’s had from blog networking, so he knows what he’s talking about!
This isn’t just a read for those who are starting out in the blogging world or feel like they’re failing with their blog, but it’s also for those who have been blogging. This could help you think of things in a different perspective and perhaps tweak your blog/blogging skills a bit.
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