Bloggers can be curators as well as creators. A collection of links — AKA a roundup — is a great way to share content and build trust.
There’s nothing passive about being a good listener.
Feed readers and your blog: what should you consider?
Your blog is your space, and you get to define what behavior is acceptable — and not acceptable. This great advice from in-house Miss Manners Elizabeth is worth a second read.
Overwhelmed by Twitter? Sort it out!
The web often feels like an all-you-can-eat buffet; how high should you pile your virtual plate? For the curators and collectors out there, here are some ideas on how to enhance your blog with content you find elsewhere.
When does it make sense to recycle posts from your archives?
You don’t have to be a pro photographer to include beautiful images with your posts. If you’re always taking blurry photos of your own hand, Creative Commons to the rescue!
In this post, we want to share examples of how bloggers use trigger warnings, as well as perspectives on the use of these disclaimers. We’d like this discussion to be a starting point for your own exploration of the subject, so you can decide whether or not trigger warnings are appropriate for your own blog.
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The last time we discussed reblogging, your opinions in the comments were mixed: some of you felt that reblogging was…
Lots of commenters on Tuesday’s post mentioned how challenging it can be to write substantive comments. Here’s a great piece from…