Create and maintain a basic weblog/Getting to the point

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The Blogging Handbook

If you are writing to a blog, there are a few things to consider. First of all, who are you writing for? Are you writing just for yourself or for the public? Or is your audience limited to a particular speciality, such as - the Ingrown Toenail Society or some such thing. You had better believe it, there are blogs on just about anything you can conjure up.

Try searching on Google Blog Search and see what you find. Staying with the theme of ingrown toenails tossed up 16,387 blogs. Well I presume they are all different, the first 30 links were anyway. Here is my favourite, and I have chosen it to illustrate that anything, and everything is possible on a blog.

Does Sock Fuzz Prevent Ingrown Toenails? 17 Mar 2009 by woowooteacup Obviously I’m talking about the sock fuzz that wedges its way underneath the edges of toenails. Just wondering …. The Woo Woo Teacup Journal - - References

Basically, you want to captivate your audience (even if it is yourself), hold their attention and have them begging for more.

So your blog post will need to be: R - relevant E - eloquent A - adequate M - motivating


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