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    1. Very nice. The aforementioned post is definitely worth a reblog. I’m gonna reblog it for ya 😉
      Thanks for sharing btw bud! Hope you’d check out my stuff as well and let me know what your thoughts are.

      Love the posts on your site and especially love the quotes page. Your inclusion of Walt Disney won me over wholeheartedly hehe.

      Your pal,
      David Long

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  1. Hey Amigos,

    I’m doing a collection of posts on exploring different cities and have about five almost ready to post, but I was hoping for feedback on old ones first. If you have a look at one of these and tell me how you liked the tone, photos, or writeup, I’ll be forever in your debt.

    http://Www.neitherwanderingnorlost.wordpress.com/2015/05/19/exploring-jerusalem/

    http://www.neitherwanderingnorlost.wordpress.com/2015/05/05/exploring-lisbon/

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    1. I really like the layout on the top one, especially how you mix the use of galleries and large sized pictures. Looks really nice 🙂

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      1. Thanks! I have a lot of pictures in my posts and I was trying to find a way to do it attractively instead of one long wall of photos.

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    2. I really enjoyed your blog. I went back and looked at some of your older posts and I have to say that my favorite one was “The Worst Part about Traveling”. You seem to have gone through so many adventures and your writing style is easy to follow. Good job! Feel free to check out my blog too if you wish.

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    3. Wow, you’ve been to some amazing places. From reading your posts I think you have a real knack for first lines – something that is obviously important for people trawling through the net with short attention spans. I’ll definitely be following your blog from now on! I’d love to travel-write like you, I would appreciate any feedback on my recent post. Thank you and Happy Monday! 😀

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      1. thanks for the bit about the first line. I know that it’s what shows up on the preview and thus it needs to sell the story, but I also don’t want to create a clickbait title (“You won’t believe what happened to me in Brasil!” or “You’ve never thought this way about travelling!”, or something similar), so I’m happy that I have attention catchers without being spammy.

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    4. Olá!
      I’ve read your post and specially the one on Lisbon (I’m Portuguese living in Brazil). I’m glad you loved our city. Love the pictures and the story. Hope next time you have more days to visit Lisbon.
      Manuela

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      1. Obrigado amigona!
        I’ll have more from Brasil (specifically Salvador) soon, but my camera died and took my pictures with it so that complicates things.
        Thanks for the feedback!

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    5. hey!
      it’s a pity that you had only 3 days in Lisbon..
      I’m half Portuguese, currently I’m living in Poland
      you should definitely come back and visit Portugal ;))
      it’s a beautiful and amazing country
      although it’s very nice that you illustrate your trips with pictures! I like it 😉
      ***

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    6. I really liked your post…..but just tell me about the place not ‘ then i went…’ unless its a funny story/ coincidence. I would also like a little more history as it is such an ancient part of the world. Lucky you. Happy Travelling.

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    7. It’s like a traveler and traveler wannabe’s guilty pleasure! Your sight is strategically subdued, which fits a sight about traveling the lesser known regions of the world. Your posts read like something out of NatGeo. Very well thought out site, my friend. 🙂

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    1. Hi, I love your blog. I don’t know how similar I’d say we are, but my household includes my boyfriend (whose mother is an abusive druggie), our roommate (severe depression, among other things, and myself (abusive mother). I think your blog does well to connect with those who need to see it. I’ll show it to our roommate later.

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    2. I love it. Great catharsis, and an odd sense of connection despite having very few mutual problems… but I hope you run out of things to write about ASAP. No one deserves what you’re going through.

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    3. I perused yesterday, but didn’t have time to respond until today. The site title has all by itself has a dark humor to it and while you talk plainly and genuinely about the strugles of life, there is a delightfully edgy tone to everything. It is the second time, I think I have visited your site and while it is a punch in the gut for me to read every time, I think you have an ability to be literary-honest, which is not something everybody can be (myself included). I decided to follow. Go easy on me. 🙂

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    1. hey there, just hit next at the bottom instead of post comment and lost my whole message to you so let me try again…

      That was an incredible poem and really enjoyed it – left a message on your blog but also the layout was spectacular and you really seem to have a grasp of the style and form so well done thanks so much for sharing. i need to make more time to write poetry cos mine is not as good.

      Here is one piece i wrote to people in my country encouraging those who want change to really start to listen:

      https://brettfish.wordpress.com/2015/03/28/to-them-who-have-ears/

      Keep on
      love brett fish

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    1. Such a good idea! I currently have a jar on my desk for my ‘2015 Achievements’, and a jar for photography ideas, so I suppose a third jar on there wont hurt! 😀

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      1. That’s a good idea. I tend to collect interesting jars, most of them are used to house different types of tea in my kitchen but perhaps a few more can migrate towards my desk. I love the idea of an achievements jar, similar to a diary but far more interesting and easier to keep I bet!

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      2. It’s been really fun to keep the achievements jar, it’s my first year of doing so and I’ve found it really helpful to record big and small things in my life. When it gets to the end of the year, I’ll open it up and read them all back 🙂

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      3. That’s a lovely idea. I bet it’ll be a helpful place to delve into if ever you’re feeling like you’ve not achieved much too (I get those days a lot)! I read a lovely short story once about a couple that kept their year’s memories in a jar, and at the end of every year they would sit down together and relive their best moments. I might have to steal that idea too, if my boyfriend will oblige…

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      4. Yes definitely! I can have a look and remind myself that I did something awesome 😀 that’s a lovely idea – such a nice thing to look back on at the end of the year too!

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  2. Hey guys! Hope you are all well. Whilst working on my first novel, I have decided to write a short story. Chapter one has just been released on my blog and subsequent chapters will be released every Sunday. Please check it out at http://www.markdraycott.com
    In return I will take a look back at yours. Take care. Mark

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    1. Hi, Mark:

      Your post stood out to me because I’m a writer at heart. I just joined a writer’s group to get refocused (career, kids, etc. take a lot of time and energy). I have some fiction projects and currently write a kind of honest-mommy blog.

      I was intrigued by the closing paragraph in your chapter 1 (“it’s you…”). I’m wondering how two people who should be strangers know each other or if only he recognizes her.

      There are a lot of great books out there designed to help you develop the world of your story.
      – I highly recommend Nancy Kress’s book on character development (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/write-great-fiction-characters-emotion-viewpoint-nancy-kress/1017891950?ean=9781582973166). The character bio and emotional bio forms are great. She has a whole series on writing but the character one is the only one I’ve checked out so far.
      – Oron Scott Card has a sci-fi one (http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/how-to-write-science-fiction-and-fantasy-orson-scott-card/1004687830?ean=9781582971032) that has some helpful general tips, too (every scene should have a purpose and move the plot forward.

      Happy writing!

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      1. Hi there, it’s great to hear from you. Thanks for taking the time to stop by and make a start on my short story ‘reunited’. The second chapter will be posted this Sunday which will hopefully answer some of your questions. I have been working hard on a psychological thriller novel which is my big project at the moment. I am about to start chapter 11 so it’s coming along nicely! Thanks again. And thank you for the helpful links. I will make sure to check them out. Mark

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    2. Hello there,
      I just read Reunited-Chapter One, and I the ending really intrigued me. It left me wondering who this man is, if he merely resembles someone familiar/important or if he IS an important person, and what role he will play–it made me want to read more.

      I would go back and edit the chapter, though. Overall, it could be tightened up by removing unnecessary/redundant words and changing the voice from passive to active (note: only one or two sentences were passive and could benefit from a change). Finally, some parts were a bit confusing and disrupted the flow of reading (like when Chloe said “Hey Trouble,” I had to stop and think about what the meant. Was there trouble? Was that supposed to be someone’s name?).

      I hope this was helpful 🙂
      -M.L.R.

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      1. Hi there! Thanks for stopping by. I am pleased that you took the time out to read chapter one. Thank you. And thank you for the feedback. It is important to me to hear all types of feedback and I will definitely take note. Thanks again! Mark

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    1. hey Courtney, left a message on your blog on the Brie post but just wanted to say that on the whole your blog looks really good – pleasant and enticing and with good balance of words and pictures…

      all the best
      love brett fish

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  3. Hi all, Leisel from Skill Up Skillet here. ( https://skillupskillet.wordpress.com/ ) I write a weekly-updating geek and game themed food blog. I was hoping to get some feedback on my last three posts on the site as it seems they’ve gotten next to zero views. Am I lacking in my usual quality, or just a random slump? Thanks in advance, I’ll be here a while!

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    1. You’ve got me– I am the proud father and husband in a happy gamer-geek family, and they all know I *love* to cook. (To be fair, baking is the missus’ role.) The Zoidberg meatloaf looks great!

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    2. Hey Leisel,
      Very nice and unique themed food blog you have created. To get more traffic, connect your blog with your social accounts. Quality is good but it happens sometimes (happened with me also when I started up)
      Take Care

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      1. Hi Hammad,
        I currently have my blog associated with both my Facebook and Twitter account. Every time I post, a post is generated on both of these accounts. I have been told that some people don’t see my Facebook updates so I have to send out a post via my personal account and through my blog page. That seems to help a little, but I’m afraid the only way to increase my FB presence is to boost posts and create ads, but I simply don’t have the funds to do so. So frustrating!
        Not sure if there’s more I can do to link Pinterest and Instagram? Thanks!

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      2. Beside running my personal blog, I created a new one yesterday (http://10gadgetlane.wordpress.com). What I did differently on this one was the heavy usage of hashtag in every posts I made. I published about 7 posts yesterday & received 23 hits in total.
        Try it out, it might help. Also, use proper tags and keywords with your posts. Not only it helps out bringing traffic from blogging community but also from the internet

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      3. Hm. Admittedly, I don’t understand keywords even a little. Will try to do some research in my downtime and see what I can come up with. Thanks for the feedback, really appreciate it.

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    3. Hi Leisel,
      I’ve been reading your comments and concerns over lack of comments and not understanding keywords. I help bloggers at my site and have tips for all these things. Here is the link to my About page, so you can read more about my blog. There is even a free incentive for signing up that will save you hours of reading. Scroll down to Free Private Cheat Sheet. http://wp.me/P5jxvv-1
      Nice to meet you.
      Janice

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  4. Hi! first of all I would like to thank the daily post for lending its helping hand to beginners like me. I’m completely new to blogging and I’m thankful that I started off with WordPress. I’m absolutely enjoying it but somewhere in doubt whether its working productively. My question is, how do I get more feedbacks? how do I publicise my work so that people can read and enjoy my poems? Please help!

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    1. Hi chhaya
      Firstly, welcome to WordPress.
      About publicizing your works, make sure that categorize and tag your works well and then always keep in touch with other bloggers through the community pool. Read and comment on others’ blogs. They will surely return the favor!
      Keep blogging 🙂

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      1. Alda;
        Isn’t it amazing,thrilling and very sweet to meet you here, how are you, I wish, due to grace of God life must be treating you well.
        Wishing you all the best…………….

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    2. Hello! Welcome to wordpress 😀 It’s an amazing place to be.
      Since you’re new, you should consider signing up to the next Blogging101 course. There’s lots of hints, tips and tricks and you’ll soon start to grow your network and makes lots of new friends.

      I think there are two things that will help you to get more feedback. The first is learning a bit more about blogging and tagging your posts. The second is, ‘the more you give the more you get.’ If you take the time to read people’s posts, they might do the same for you. 🙂
      Hope that helps!

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    3. The easiest way to do that is to interact with other bloggers by looking on blogs that interest you or connecting your blog to social media and sharing it with your social network. Stay active with your blog and constantly seek out other bloggers to network with.

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    4. Take a WordPress free course, one is starting next Monday called Blogging 101 and it’s so helpful and it gets you in contact with other new bloggers. You should register before it fills up! If it is closed the classes are given year round and it’s like the community pool but with assignments to make your blog better. They have photography, writing and blogging courses.

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    5. I’ve noticed three things change my traffic drastically-

      1) What tags and categories am I using? If you use one that is too general (IE travel), there will be 100 others that load with it and it will disappear within an hour due to other volume. If you choose something too specific (IE Sucre, Bolivia), odds are that no one will see it. Study tags and categories to see which fit your stories best. I wish I had done this from the start as I had amazing stories that nearly nobody read because I did tags like #GeorgeBushHatesChileans without realizing what it meant. Tags and categories are the only way that strangers will find your blog.

      2) When are you posting? The same principle applies as does in tags and categories. Post in the busiest time and there will be tons of other posts that make yours easy to miss, but if you post at 3:00 AM it’s possible that nobody sees it.

      3) What is your synopsis? Without being clickbaity and incurring my wrath, have a summary and catchy picture. You’re fighting for the reader’s attention with everyone else in the same category, so make sure your cover photo catches the eye and your summary makes the reader either curious or wanting more.

      Good luck!

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    6. Hi!
      I’m Janice. I help new bloggers at my site. I have written posts explaining how to get comments on your articles. I’ve written many posts on promotion as well. Here is the link to my About page so you can read about my blog.
      http://wp.me/P5jxvv-1
      There is even a free incentive for signing up. Scroll down to Free, Private Cheat Sheet.
      Janice

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  5. Hello everyone,

    Been blogging for a few weeks now. Specifically looking for advice on layout – still a million miles from getting the blog to look the way I want it to. Having said that, any feedback on posts so far is always appreciated. Thanks

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    1. It’s clean and clear. I like it, though i’m hardly the expert on themes. I am always switching mine. I still haven’t found ‘the one.’ I know it’s out there…
      P.S. Your tag line and about page made me chuckle 😀

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    2. Looking through your content now. Perhaps include a first paragraph or two of each post before placing the Read More tag? Give your readers a bit of bait to draw them in. That said, I clicked Coffee-Counter Culture because I’m a coffee addict. It was a good read, nevertheless.

      It’s also a little odd in the tag cloud to see ‘humor’ and ‘humour’.

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      1. Thanks for the feedback.
        To be honest my choice of theme seems to have removed the paragraphs – but I might have a play around with it and see if I can get them back. The humor, humour thing is me being British and insisting on British spelling s but also quite wanting Americans to read my stuff as well. Not sure if the tag cloud adds anything to my particular style of writing so might just remove it. Thanks for the Coffee Counter compliment too – always nice to hear nice things…
        Massively helpful feedback – thanks!

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      1. Thanks for the comment (and the one on the blog!) and for following me. You’re making my day!
        No technical skill on my part – the short summaries seems to be the choice of theme from what I can make out. Although I’m technically such a dunce that I absolutely have no idea really…

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    3. Hi James, Nice blogs. I would like to see few colors on the site. Currently it’s too monochromatic with white in the abundance. Also nice start up photo but as per research user will lose interest if contents followed after scroll. so advice you to have small images for blogs. Still good writing. Keep blogging.

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      1. Thanks for the advice. i think the picture is just a placeholder until i can come up with something better, although my wife says it looks a lot like me… Don’t know what that says about my marriage…
        Definitely think a bit of colour would help. Thanks again!

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    4. Hi James,

      Thanks for the invitation – my initial thoughts after a quick look are this:

      # Your title page and picture seem to be quite big – have to scroll down past the picture to find your blog name whereas for me the blog name should be the first thing i see or at least on the first screen i look at – so maybe making the picture smaller so the title fits on as well?

      # i love it when a blog post heading gives a few lines of dialogue so i can get an idea of what your blog is about – at the moment i just see the titles of each post and that puts so much pressure on the title to lure people in – there are settings where you have the title and a few lines or a paragraph and then a ‘Read More’ tab which links to the rest of the piece – i would highly recommend that

      # i do like what you’ve got going down the right hand side of your blog – Recent Posts, Blogroll etc – i would move Blogroll up to just below Recent Posts as those seem to be the two most interesting things on the side and their setup looks great

      # Also i would try make your tagline shorter and more positive – doesn’t have anything to say but is going to say it anyway might be the truth [and if so, put it in you about me page] but you want your tagline to be another invitation for me to want to read your blog – something funny or enticing or intriguing – maybe just leave it at ‘The irreverent and irrelevant ramblings of a man.’ That’s interesting.

      Hope that helps but keep on
      love brett fish

      also your ‘About’ page it fun!

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      1. Thanks for the in-depth response. Some great advice. So glad I posted in here today. Will no doubt take me a few days to get around to some of this stuff, but I’m definitely going to implement some of the stuff you’ve mentioned. Thanks for the comment on the blog as well!

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    1. I liked the fact the post ended with your philosophy about making the most of your new home town.You could try ending with a question if you want more comments. But you’ve got quite a few and 31 likes – that’s far from bad! If you enjoy that kind of post, keep doing it.

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      1. Thanks for the feedback! It was more the lack of comments than likes that was an issue. I like to engage with my readers. Thanks for the suggestion about ending with a question, I’ll try that in my next post 🙂

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    2. Mein gott, 33 likes is low for you? I’d be thrilled! Yes, the title could use work but the pictures are lovely. I enjoy your writing style. Perhaps some question inviting engagement? Unfortunately, engagement isn’t really my area of expertise, but best of luck!

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      1. 33 likes is really high for me and that was great! I’m trying to aim for more engagement with my readers and make my comments section more fun. I will try and fit some questions into my next post. Thank you very much for the feedback, I appreciate it. 🙂

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    3. Yes, that is a simple and totally effective website. Made me want to go places very badly and that’s all you really need my friend. Slightly educational, slightly sentimental, I am coming back for sure!

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  6. Hello everyone,
    I’m re entering the blogging community after a 4 year hiatus. I have my own blogging site and I hope to get some great advice!
    Thanks

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    1. Wow your blog post definitely spoke to me on many levels. I love the style of your website and the ease of finding other posts. Thank you so much for having the bravery to share what you go through.

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      1. Hi Janice,

        We’re thrilled that you’re so active in the Community Pool. Per the Pool’s guidelines, please don’t share repeat links to your About page and Meet & Greet as a new post or in comments to other bloggers. It comes across as a bit spammy. Duplicates will be removed in future. Thanks for understanding!

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    2. Amber. Very professional site, very light and colorful (not gaudy) and I would think for others who share your maladies, a light and airy site is a great choice. You obviously need little advice from a neophyte like myself. Just keep doing what you are doing, which is providing helpful content. It might be years before many people see posts you make today. That will be a true blessing for them.

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  7. hey friends and community,

    i have just started a new series under my Taboo Topic banner [topics people rarely speak about] focusing on stories of why some of my friends chose to become vegetarians – would love for you to take a look:

    https://brettfish.wordpress.com/2015/06/01/taboo-topics-vegetarianism-intro

    i imagine this will be a popular series and look forward to adding some more stories this week.

    And as always look forward to checking out a few more of your posts and blogs
    Thanks for sharing
    love brett fish

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  8. Hey all!
    I just posted another poem on my poetry blog, ascintillaofthoughts.wordpress.com . Any kind of constructive feedback is welcome! I also love reviewing new and diverse blogs, and thus would really like to discover more.

    Keep writing 🙂

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    1. I really like the layout of your blog and the thoughts you share are interesting to read. Might I suggest adding images to all of your posts? The ones that have an image definitely catch my attention more effectively, and I think your choice of image helps give the reader a quick glimpse of what they are about to read. Great job and keep up the good work!

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    1. Hi! It is so amazing to read that you’re not only passionate about teaching (which is very rare in the profession) but that it has helped you cope with your anxiety, something that is also rare. I know so many people who are anxious because of their teaching jobs, so your story is very refreshing. I hope you continue with your passion as that is what makes a truly great and memorable teacher.
      Would love some feedback on my post : https://ofopinions.wordpress.com/2015/05/20/of-toxic-people/

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  9. Hello everyone,

    I recently posted on here and I got such great advice from fellow bloggers, and found some amazing blogs to follow, that I couldn’t help but post on here again!

    I’m new to blogging so I’m still finding my feet at the moment, but my blog is more of a ‘lifestyle blog’, exploring topics such as food/health/fitness, clothes/beauty etc! I also love drawing and photography so want to incorporate that too.

    Would love to get some feedback on my writing style and hear what you guys think about my blog so far 🙂

    Thanks,
    Immi x

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    1. I like your writing style I think it’s really quirky and friendly. Also your pictures are great – love that first picture of the macaroons and tea in your most recent post. And I know exactly what you mean about brackets, I have the same problem – it’s so annoying isn’t it? Haha 🙂

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      1. Aw thankyou!! It’s so hard to tell how your own writing comes across to other people! Haha brackets just seem so appropriate all the time! Your blog looks great 🙂 X

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    2. Let’s see…clean lines, light and bright, sharp, attractive photography. While I am hardly a health nut, the segments about healthy eating were appealing. I think there’s something attractive about taking fresh ingredients and making a concoction out of it. Anyway, you seem to have it down, m’lady. Just keep posting regularly is what I’m told. 🙂

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    1. Hey! I think your tags are pretty good – you could add a couple more of the most popular tags, which will be the ones that most people see. If you go to wordpress.com/tags you can see the most popular tags. The only problem, of course is that there will be lots of posts with these tags but a mix of popular and more specific tags could get your posts seen by more people! I’m still new to wordpress and blogging so you probably knew all of that anyway, but I hope I helped! 🙂

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    1. The theme you picked looks really nice, and your first post definitely shows a little bit about who you are. I would suggest adding an about page with a little blip about who you are, and what content you may post in the future to help give readers an idea of what to expect. Great job so far and keep it up!

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  10. Happy Monday Bloggers!
    https://inwhichhelen.wordpress.com/2015/06/01/this-one-time-i-went-interrailing/
    This link is to my most recent article, which is just recounting some funny stories about my interrailing experience.
    It’s a longish piece but I would really really appreciate some feedback on my writing especially, but any other kind of feedback is welcomed of course!
    Thank you for taking your time to read my piece and I look forwards to reading everybody’s posts!
    Happy Blogging Everybody 😀

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    1. I loved your post! i agree with everything you say, and i wish i had been taught to cope with failure. I think a lot of people have a failure to cope with failure, if you will, haha. Can’t think of any improvements and will be following your blog from now on, it was really interesting!

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  11. I needed some help….if you can answer the question below I would greatly appreciated and you will be mentioned on my blog….

    What are the last 3 things you do before pulling out of your street?

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    1. 1. Run back in the house for whatever I forgot. Usually my wallet or a sample of my cooking for work.
      2. Seatbelt and check tank for gas. Y’know, basics, and occasionally I’ll forget to get gas the night before.
      3. Quadruple check for traffic before pulling out because my neighborhood is full of thoughtless blighters. Despite this, I almost got sideswiped by someone running a stop sign last week.

      Hope this helps/is what you’re looking for.

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    1. Hello:) I’ve loved you blog, it’s so versatile and has something for everyone:), easy to navigate, your About page it’s like a page from your life story:)
      Hope to see more of your posts in the future!
      You have a few categories, maybe think of merging some together, like similar topics:)
      Good luck:)

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    1. I like the way you use your posts to show the character of your company and show that you are not just a business trying to make profit, but that you want genuine business. I also think the ask us anything page will be helpful in allowing customers to contact you easily. Great job!

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      1. Thank you very much! That’s great feedback! I really want it to be more personalised than just a business as I really believe in what we do and thought a blog was a way to do this. I appreciate you taking the time to look.

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