Call Out For Young Bloggers

“Blogs are whatever we make them. Defining ‘Blog’ is a fool’s errand.” – Michael Conniff

I would like to put out a call for all young bloggers. Your topic is not important, writing style will not be criticized.

I remember those early days of my blogging. Sometimes I wondered if anyone would ever read anything I posted. So, I would write sporadically. Maybe, once in awhile, I would get a “Like” and even one time someone reblogged a post of mine. I was over the moon for days.

I am thankful for all those who have shared their blogging tips that has helped me along the way. Like, one blogger shared with me how to use “Categories” and “Tags”. It has made a world of difference with my blog.

Then there is also the excitement in those early days for someone to decide to “Follow”. Once more, I would be elated! I still get excited when someone decides to “Follow”!

Now, I want to return the favor! Here’s is what I am looking for:

  • Less than 100 follows
  • Two years or less since the blog started

If you fit this category I would like to hear from you. Or, if you know someone that fits the criteria, please bring them to my attention.

I want to bring a spotlight to these young bloggers. Write about their blog and try to reblog a post from their blog.

So dear reader, I want to hear from you! Your help in bringing young bloggers to my attention is greatly appreciated

More Insights

Image by Kevin King(Chandana Perera) from Pixabay

Habits like blogging often and regularly, writing down the way you think, being clear about what you think are effective tactics, ignoring the burbling crowd and not eating bacon. All of these are useful habits. Seth Godin  Read more at

Once again I am giving some more insights that I learn while blogging in the WordPress community.

  • I wrote before how I like just reading other blogs by doing a search in the reader. Well, I have come up with a name for this, not sure if someone has used it,.  During the spring and summer my best friend and I like going garage sale hopping, so my name for what I do in the reader is this “Blog Hopping”.
  • I have found out that Re-blogging is good”.  It builds bridges, it also supports fellow bloggers.
  • This one you may find a little silly, I once Google My Own Site”, my About Page was on the first page of the search.
  • Last but not least, “Tags, tags, and tags”. I have learned that this is a must tool in a blogger’s writing basket.  

The above three tips are some things I have found useful in my blogging.  Maybe, these may not be new to you, but they are truly new and useful.

How about you, do you have some tools you use in your blogging?  If so, please share some using the comment section.

Happy Blogging!

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