Someone comes along to shatter my happy little delusion.
I’ve written blogs now for three years, and at this time regularly write in three of them. Each one has a different focus:
Politics: almarquardt.wordpress.com (mirrored on myspace at www.myspace.com/pbthththth)
While there is some overlap, I like to keep this one especially separate from my political entries. My opinions can be strong and often inspire disagreeing passions in others (that’s not a complaint. I want and expect opposing views). With this the main entrance into my business, the last thing I want to do is alienate potential readers with my political views.
Faith (some would call religious) is different, because God is integral with what I write.
Anyway, with all my experience with blogging, I can (and need to) learn how to improve.
Cathy Bryant wrote three entries (so far) focused on how to drive more people to our blogs. She included a lot of advice I never before considered – or imagined.
If you write a blog or are thinking of starting one, her entries will definitely be worth your time:
How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog – Part 1
How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog – Part 2
How to Drive Traffic to Your Blog – Part 3
Thank you, Cathy. I now have one less delusion to contend with.
Up Next (stolen idea one): Words. Use with Caution.
5 thoughts on “Just when I think I know it all . . .”
Great to meet another kindred spirit. Your site looks great. Lot’s of good information! It looks like we are in the same place as far as our writing goes.
Thanks for stopping by Jessica! I see by your own blog you write science fiction, too. Cool.
Thanks for the kind words (and the links). We’re all on this journey together, and I’m glad you found the info helpful.
My apologies for the delusion thing… 😀
Thanks! I’ll go look. 🙂
That we are, and thank God. Without the internet and blogging I wouldn’t have met and will continue to meet so many fantabulous people.