10 Blogging Do’s and Don’ts

  1. Hayley says:

    My blog is about a month and a half old and I’m having the same problem with my writing. After 4 years in University, my instinct is to write my posts like essays! I literally have to write my post and then go back and add in my personality after so it reads like it wasn’t written by a robot 😂

    • Emily says:

      Yes, exactly Hayley! It’s really hard to get out of that habit of writing like it’s a college paper that needs to handed in by midnight or something! Great idea to go back through and in your personality though!

  2. jana says:

    Good advice. I need to learn to be more consistent in my posting and not let distractions in – focus and organization.

  3. Diana says:

    Once more, you wrote a Really useful list, Thank you!

  4. These are sensational tips Emily. Especially the note about writing for a friend. I vibe with that deeply because folks tend to write stiff, impersonal, 3rd person vantage point posts that fall terribly flat. People tell me they feel like I’m chatting with ’em in their home when reading my blog posts. This is exactly what I’m going for. Fabulous post.


    • Emily says:

      That’s fantastic Ryan! I couldn’t agree more. The more you are able to write as you speak, the more authentic you’ll sound in writing and the bigger community you’ll build. Thank you so much!

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