Of Blogging and Followers: Blogging 101

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I had to share this post written by Jonathan Olivier. It hits upon crucial points that we, as bloggers, sometimes forget to take its importance into account. It’s a ‘often thought, but not spoken’ form of a rant which serves as a reminder to all of us that we should treat the blogosphere with respect. I can’t say how many times I’ve been tempted to post a blogging etiquette article… Great one, Jonathan! Keep up the good work 🙂

Olive These Words

This is part II of assignment 9 for Blogging 101. 

The assignment for today was to build a post off of a comment that we made yesterday.  In thinking about that it got me thinking about comments in general and some of the things I have learned in my month on WordPress.  So I made you a list.  Here we go:

1 – There are a lot of fishers out there.

People who follow your blog just to get a follow back.  They haven’t liked or commented on any of your work.  Chances are very high they didn’t read a word of what is on your blog.  All they want is the guilt follow.  I give these people the benefit of the doubt and read through their blog until I find something that inspires me to comment.  If you don’t take the…

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. jansenphoto says:

    This is post is so true! Besides, it is a lot more fun to interact with people and let them know when they post something good!

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    1. mliae says:

      Thank you! I love interacting with people, and it is especially important to know when they’ve posted something great 🙂

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