We all procrastinate. Website, magazine, knitting project, TV show, something else — what’s your favorite procrastination destination?
Daily doses of inspiration and guidance help you be the best blogger you can be.
Blogging prompts, writing challenges, and photo challenges push your blogging boundaries.
Publishing is only half of blogging — building your community is the other half. Here’s how.
The Community Pool is for those of you looking for feedback, whether on post ideas, writing, blog design and layout, or anything else.
Many of you have already connected your blogs to your Facebook and Twitter accounts. Should you do the same with your LinkedIn profile? Here are some points to consider.
If you’re having trouble finding your audience, blogging can feel like being alone in a crowded room. Forums and niche communities are great ways to break the virtual ice.
Ditch that internal editor and write with courage, thanks to advice from Natalie Goldberg.
Become your own best editor in this workshop-style course.
Cambodia-based freelance photographer Dominic Stafford focuses his work on Southeast Asia. Here, he offers tips and examples for photographing the streets — anywhere in the world.
Even if you blog for the pure love of creating and posting, attracting traffic and seeing traffic increase is icing…
If you’ve been using WordPress.com for very long, you’ve likely run into some variation of the grand “com v. org”…