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#1 by danielledevalera on 2011/10/26 - 19:12
Heck HW, I think it’s fine the way it is! I’m new to WP, only been around about 2 months. What I’ve noticed is there seems to be a tendency for people to respond to the more personal stuff, rather than the more text booky stuff you and I are writing. But if we came on to share our knowledge, what else can we do but what we’re doing? I’m going to try for a few more personal paras at the beginning of each post, but apart from that, I think I’ll just go on plugging away and hope it helps somebody. Do you have any ideas yourself?
Danielle de Valera
#2 by horrorwriting on 2011/10/27 - 16:12
Thanks for the input! I’ve found the opposite though, that my more ‘text booky stuff” had more hits than my day to day types of articles.
#3 by Aniko Carmean on 2011/10/27 - 07:05
I agree with Danielle that HW is a great blog the way it is. I find the content interesting and well written. However, part of the fun of blogging is getting to know the person behind the words. Give your readers a sense of who you are, and what is great will become extraordinary – and I can say that because we have corresponded outside of our blogs and I know you interesting!
I’m going to try a Halloween blog hop this weekend, to network a little with other bloggers. Immersion is a good learning technique, right? I’ve got a link over on my blog if either you or Danielle are interested in joining.
#4 by horrorwriting on 2011/10/27 - 16:13
Good advice, I’ve been meaning to update my ‘about’ page and guess now’s the time to do it! Thanks for the input and good luck with the Halloween piece!
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