I’m sitting here on the phone with iPower, my web hosting company, who has been going through a lot of changes lately. Since I have been on hold for 45 minutes now, I have decided to write a post about
Initially, it seems like such an easy idea.
“I have ideas and I want to share them. I’m going to setup up a blog and everyone will want to read what I have to say. Maybe I’ll even make money!” It’s not that easy.
Here are ten things that every new blogger must know:
First off, I want to send a big thank you to all of those people on the WordPress forums who have helped me and helped others. As someone relatively new to blogging, your help has been indispensable.
(Note: This article was originally written back in March of 2008. But these rules of eitquette transcend time so I’m leaving them here to spread WordPress goodwill.)
I don’t always treat myself like I treat my clients. With my clients, I always use a measured, methodical approach. When it’s just me, sometimes I just jump right into the fray.[NOTE: I wrote this post back in 2008 when I had just started out. For a new blogger, the thought process is as applicable today as it was back then.]