Thanks to a fellow Blogger, Pat Weber, I learned that you can register your blog on Kindle — and it is actually for sale to Kindle readers for $1.99. Not enough to earn a living but it is gratifying to see your blog on Amazon and to potentially grow your list of subscribers. The easy…
Sometimes it’s best to just start writing. Sometimes, the best approach is just to start typing, letting your thoughts meander gracelessly on the page. It’s funny how often those wandering words will suddenly start to coalesce, take shape, and become a clear thesis and narration seemingly on their own.
For using a blog as a marketing tool, one tip or insight is to consider a flogger — a ghost writer who writes on behalf of your company and in line with your marketing goals.
One question I have been asking myself lately is how to make money at blogging. It’s kind of a natural question really since a lot of bloggers want to some day get paid for what they do.
Blogging is like a box of chocolates. The best blogs are like a heart shaped box of varietal chocolates with each post holding a special sweet nugget inside. And just like a great big valentines box, not very post comes with a map. You have to take a bite and see if the first taste entices you to finish the entire piece.
It troubles me to see a crew of young vocalists asserting that geezers are now anyone over the age of thirty and the relics who have passed into the forties and beyond are such technology neophytes they think AOL is cutting-edge.