A picture is worth a thousand words and thousand words makes up a boring paragraph. What makes you take a look at the magazine? Catchy headlines with crispy images, right? An image not just compliments the content the writer is trying to convey, it actually overrides it. I don’t know about you, but I am […]
How do you distinguish a Novice blogger from an established successful blogger? Look at their blogging efforts. Where an established blogger spends his time and efforts? Posting? Social media? Blog Promotion? Affiliate marketing? Where do a novice blogger focus on? Themes? Plugins? Comment love? Link building? Check out this visual display focusing the difference between two.
In an attempt to compile my blogging experience, here is another of my guest post published on one of the popular technical blogs in India – Technically Personal. The post is about my techniques to cope up with monstrous task of expanding a blog idea into a successful post, with minimum time and maximum output. […]
Today, my first guest post – 7 Things A Blogger Can Learn From IPL – was published on one of the India’s popular technology blog – Technically Personal. It’s an exciting day for me. I think I have taken the first step on the path to becoming professional blogger. So many more things to do!
Yesterday, I looked at reader’s take on What’s wrong with blogging – a question asked by Darren Rowse on his blog. Today I want to write about the aspects of blogging which I feel are still undeveloped. Few years ago, blogging was unheard of and there were only few hobbyists trying out this new spectrum of web. As was the blogging, so were the blogging tools – nearly non-existent. As the blogging grew over the years, blogging tools were developed, also called Content Management Systems (CMS). Today’s we have wide variety of blogging software available like Wordpress, Blogger, Movable Types and so on.
Sometime ago, Darren Rowse asked this question on his blog – Problogger. The question kind of stuck in my head and made me think – what is missing from today’s blogosphere? Well, there are two views to answer this question – one as a reader what I still feel lacking in blogs and secondly, as a blogger what technical difficulties I face in today’s blogging platforms. Today I am writing this post as a reader about the things missing or being wrong in today’s blogging world. In the next part, I will be taking a look at the blogger’s angle on this question.