If you enjoy helping other bloggers, building relationships with them, and deepening your own WordPress skills, why not apply for our new Community TA program?
Blogging is both individual and communal. If you’re feeling too isolated and not connected enough, try one of these supportive blogging communities.
Negative comments can be at least as helpful to our writing and blogging as encouraging ones, if we approach them the right way.
The place for feedback, advice, and friendly blogging chatter.
You’ve probably seen these blog awards on your travels through the blogosphere. What are they, how do you get them, and what do they mean?
Turning to other members of the community is often the best way to get your creative juices flowing.
Do you have a good blogging story? We’d love to hear it.
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.
Learning the art of blog commentary isn’t hard, if you follow a few easy-to-remember tenets of blogging etiquette.
There’s nothing passive about being a good listener.
Your blog is gaining traction: followers are trickling in and they’re commenting and hitting the like button on your posts. How do you respond?
Blogging is 50% publishing, 50% community. Linking to blogs you love is a great way to foster the latter —…