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Blogging Resolutions

Blogging Resolutions

Dec 31, 2014

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I have not been able to post in this blog as regularly as I have initially planned. All of a sudden, there was just too much going on at the same time. Before I knew it, it was the last day of 2014. To help bloggers like me go back on track, here are some noteworthy blogging resolutions to consider.

Blog Regularly and as Frequently as Possible

There is a need to establish a degree of consistency in the time and frequency of publishing posts. This helps encourage readers to go back regularly since they know they can expect to find fresh content within a reasonable time frame. This is probably one situation where the popular adage “Absence makes the heart grow fonder” does not apply. In the world of blogging, absence may mean forgetting about your blog. You will be able to determine the right numbers and time period that will work best both for you and your audience.

Answer Comments the Soonest Possible Time

Readers who took the time to make relevant comments certainly deserve acknowledgment through equally relevant replies. The soonest this is done, the better, as this provides a positive picture of actually having real care for what your audience thinks. Make sure that you get the required tools in place to filter out spam comments that does not only take up so much space but also waste your time.

Streamline Blog Layout

This new year is just the right time to review and asses your layout if it’s actually working for you or against you. Get the opinion of neutral people so you can benefit from genuine feedback. People that are working too close with you on your blog or site may have unconscious bias and that includes yourself. We can all benefit from knowing the areas where we need improvement.

Blograt Advice

Things will never go exactly as planned and there may be obstacles that will stand in the way of blogging. If you really want to blog, then carry on from where you left off and blog with zeal and defined purpose especially if you think that you have something to contribute to the online world. Get on with your blogging resolutions and do them.

Happy New Year!

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