How do I…? What should I…? What is…?
If you’re a blogger, chances are you’ve asked questions like these. About a variety of topics. To anyone who would listen.
In my opinion, even if you blog for yourself or your friends, you want your little corner of the ‘net to reflect you, to look good and be easy to navigate. Otherwise you wouldn’t spend time doing it.
I remember starting my blog and having so many questions. Sure, you can find answers via Google. I do remember having to sift through tons of it though.
For this reason, I think Sadie Lankford’s new ebook, Don’t Clog the Blog, is a great resource for those looking to perfect their craft.
Sadie’s book is full of small morsels of information, what to do and what not to do, and it’s very easy to digest. One of the best things about the book is the fact that Sadie states at the beginning that blogging is a personal thing, and there are exceptions to every rule. What’s most important is to stay true to who you are.
Using this guiding principle, you can read through the ebook and learn what tips best apply to you, such as how often to post, what to write about, and the best way to use social media.
Want to get your blog going quickly and efficiently? This is the ebook for you!
True Confessions: I was provided with a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.