Blog Help

I’m very new to blogging, and while I’m having a great time, I know I have lots of growing to do. I would like to know how I can improve my blog and how I can find people who would benefit from my blog (or help them find me). If you’re a blogger, what do you do? Whether you are a blogger or not, what do you like and/or dislike about my blog? ANY input will be greatly appreciated. You can post your thoughts as a comment or send me an email. I look forward to hearing from you!

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Comments

  1. heartreflections says

    I agree with Kim. Also, read some of Shannon’s posts on blogging. She did a class this summer that I attended. All good info. Keep participating in the blog world… the more you are out there – the more you’ll find people like you, who enjoy reading your blog and who will pass on the word!

  2. Marcy says

    Here is another great site that I link for blog advice:

    http://www.blogcoach.org/

    In terms of traffic, if you comment often, post often, and participate in weekly meme’s, you should draw some readers. Maybe you could also do a google search to find forums or other like minded blogs and as people to guest post, (or start visiting them regularly and commenting).

    Best of luck to you. I think that you have a great blog!

  3. Brightonwoman says

    I think it’s vital to have good tags/labels. I think blogs need to be search-friendly. :)
    IMO it also helps if they’re a bit funny. C’mon, everybody like a good laugh now and then. If you’re posting recipes, tell stories about them, you know? Like the time I posted shortbread but couldn’t post a picture because everybody ate it too fast…
    http://brightonwoman.blogspot.com

  4. ET @ Titus2:3-5 says

    That’s all great advice! I’m pretty new, too, so not much to add to their pointers. (I also refer to bloggingbasics A LOT.)

    Wanted to say thanks for your night training tips at It’s All for the Best… I’m taking all the advice being sent her way. :)

    Also, my mom has recently been diagnosed with celiacs disease. Any good books/resources to recommend? (AND, is it just me, or isn’t it a bit bizarre for this to be discovered when she’s 48???)

  5. TheGlutenFreeHomemaker says

    It is not bizarre for anyone to be diagnosed with celiac disease at ANY age. It used to be considered a childhood disease, but not anymore. Some people have it for a long time before they are diagnosed, and some for some people it doesn’t become active until late in life.

    I recommend Gluten-Free Living for Dummies by Dana Korn and Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide by Shelley Case. If she’s looking for cookbooks, I particularly like Cooking Free by Carol Fenster. Also tell her to check the local library for books. Mine carries several cookbooks and informational books.

  6. Mo says

    Thanks for posting this question! I was going to post the same question, but I was too late and the links were closed by the time I checked in.

    I’m also new to this blogging thing. I’m having a blast, but I’ve been a little lost myself when it comes to building consistant friendships. Your site looks great, and you’re really a great writer! Hopefully these other comments help you out, I know I’m going to check them out! :)

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