An Important Update

Dear Followers Of This Blog ...

If you did not use a Blogger / Google account when you Followed this blog, years ago, you are probably not Following now . During the past...

Sunday, May 17, 2009

The Value Of Your Blog Is Based Upon The Content

The content of your blog encourages people to read your blog.

More people reading your blog gives the blog more value. What you publish today will be in your blog tomorrow - and if what you publish today has value, it will have more value tomorrow.

What you publish today will make your blog more valuable than what you publish tomorrow. Publish today, revise tomorrow - that's progressive publishing.

If you have an idea for a blog, that truly has merit, you need to start your blog today.

Concentrate on getting traffic to the blog, from content, that is properly indexed by the search engines.

Get started today, and do more tomorrow - using a URL that's available today. And check out Blogger Help: Blogger Getting Started Guide, for more ideas.

Dude, hit me with a comment!

theotherbed said...

Your voice is what keeps people reading and visiting, whether writing a post, submitting a comment, or participating in a forum. This is a basic, fundamental truth that bloggers ignore at their peril. "Be the change you want to see in the world." - Gandhi

And newbies (like me!) might also do well to consider that it takes a while, and patience, to establish that trust among readers. Build it and they will come.

jan steen said...

the new tools are awesome; @ 74, I have individuals connect with me after 53 years.
Time flies, especially at my age. I do what I can; I comprehend some, much is over my head (forever a newbie). The Google Blog is a new beginning; there's still remnants of my old Wordpress showing on Google.
I had a TOO long struggle maintaining my adjusted W.Blog. It's still up, but I can't access it. It's nuts: After deleting (court related) my old URL, I had: W.Staff could not let me in; too weird; now I'm here; I'm happy; time's all we got!

Carol Weshenfelder said...

I agree. I was on Wordpress for a few years but I switched to blogger because the tools are easier to use and I don't feel like I have to be a programmer to use their pluggins and wigits.