We make split-second decisions about whether to read a post or click away. Make sure your opening lines get right to the nitty-gritty.
Still on the fence about participating in Blogging or Writing 101? Last call to hop off and join our merry bands of bloggers!
The next editions of Blogging and Writing 101 kick off on Monday, September 15! Have you registered yet?
Create your dream blog, or establish a writing habit. The party starts Monday, September 15.
Necessary tool, or one more username and password to forget? The what, why, and how of bloglovin’.
You don’t need to pay attention to your post slugs — but there could be real traffic benefits if you do.
When it comes to creating a pleasant reading experience for your visitors, few things matter more than your post layout.
Blogs aren’t blogs without opinions — but putting yours out there can be scary. With a few basic guidelines, you can dive into the most divisive topics with confidence.
Writing 101 produced great posts, fast friendships, and nearly half a million pageviews for your blogs. As we prepare for Writing 201, let’s take a look back at just how much you accomplished.
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.
As Writing 101 winds down, we appreciate this quirky reminder from writer Ray Bradbury on the importance of reading and writing every day.
You’ve got a lot to say — is it time to start a second blog? Ask yourself these four questions to figure out whether it’s time to expand your blogging empire.