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We often don't get a lot of advice about one of the scariest (at least for me) aspects of blogging: the comments. Anyone who's had a blog can relate to that squeeze of trepidation when you discover one of your readers has left a nugget of wisdom for all to see. Don't get me wrong, I love comments. They help me figure out what works and what doesn't. Comments ...
My husband is convinced that in the next five years – ten years tops – we are all going to be living online. Work, shopping, leisure activities, everything will be conducted remotely through some sort of online interface. While it’s easy to negate his little sci-fi fantasy, the reality is that real life is rapidly merging with cyberspace. The cons of this ...
It’s October which means Autumn is officially upon us and it’s time to start getting ready for sluggish mornings, extra layers and limited time outdoors. Interestingly enough, these very conditions happen to be extremely conducive to blogging as there are fewer reasons to be seduced outside into the sunshine.
In my first year of journalism school, we were all taught a sobering lesson: traditional journalism as we knew it was dead. TV stations could no longer equip everybody with their own cameraman, boom operator or assistant. International publications were cutting back on all those sought-after foreign correspondent jobs. If you wanted to make news, you had to go out there with your notebook, camera and mic and get it yourself.
Having spent a lot of time talking about procrastination and the importance of creating a bank of prospective blog ideas, it was only a matter of time before I touched on the necessity of setting up your very own editorial calendar.
How do you break the cycle of procrastination and keep your schedule on track? Beat procrastination with these four tips.
Sharing (and over sharing) is extremely prevalent on the internet today. But is the pressure to share overriding the importance of what we actually share?