Healing after a loss. Healing after a loss My personal passage through grief. Written By: Courtney Geary-C Healing after a loss. My personal passage through grief. Written By: Courtney Geary-Cox Grief never ends, but it changes. It is a passage, not a place to stay. Grief is not a sign of weakness nor a lack... Continue Reading →
Yesterday I ran my articles through a plagiarism detector. Fun tool. Never used one before.
Anyway, I found a couple of blogs that copy-pasted some of my articles (errors included, sorry about that), and that was it.
All of them had no likes whatsoever, no comments at all. I mean, nada. Zero. Zilch.
View original post 513 more words
on Mostly Blogging:
Do you know what counts as incremental plagiarism?
If you are a blogger or other type of writer, you should know what incremental plagiarism is in order to avoid committing it.
Incremental plagiarism is a crime.
This post will answer the question, “What is incremental plagiarism.”
By the time you’re done reading, you’ll know the serious repercussions of incremental plagiarism and how you can avoid committing incremental plagiarism.
I have a very strong feeling, that if some people knew exactly what blogging entails, they would have said to themselves, “Blogging is certainly not for me!”
Yet, people looking in from the outside (specifically those people who have never blogged before), wrongfully believe that blogging is a figurative piece of cake.
It is only when people start a blog of their own, they begin to realize that there is more to blogging than writing.
So, without further ado, let us find out some of the things that experienced bloggers do not mention to other bloggers.
View original post 1,000 more words
There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.
Blogging is mostly a balancing act. Just like walking on tightrope.
On one hand, you have to write about the things that matter to you. And you have to write them however you feel like it. On the other hand, you have to cater to your audience and deliver them what they want to read most.
View original post 605 more words
Welcome once again to our Interview series, where we talk with travelers, photographers, bloggers, influencers, fashion designers and many more people all around the globe and share their ideas, journey’s and tips.
Today we have a discussion with a girl behind the “Foody Bliss”. Foody Bliss is an Instagram page, runs by our guest Radhika Aggarwal. Radhika is a blogger & food reviewer who loves to eat and repeat. Apart from blogging she is also interested in digital marketing & journalism. Moving to the Radhika, let’s have a quick discussion.
Questions & Answers
- Please tell us about yourself and your blog?
Currently I’m pursuing bachelor’s in journalism and mass communication, BJMC. Once I qualified my high school, I enrolled myself into digital marketing and cybersecurity in terms of diploma courses. Which served me right to survive the food blogging. Learning news trends in the food industry intrigue me which leads…
View original post 778 more words
How To Get More Traffic The most frequently asked questions I get are “How can I increase my following” and “How can I increase my traffic”. Although both are a process and take a while there are some ways to also instantly give your following and traffic an instant boost. For today’s post I decided […]
Whether you blog as a hobby or job, people reading and checking out your blog is a big boost of motivation. Not only are they taking the time to check out your website but they are also contributing to your blog in terms of traffic. I want to emphasise on the fact that traffic is an important element of your blog if it’s something you are interested in. It shouldn’t take over your blog to the point you are checking your stats constantly. Plus, traffic do fluctuate depending on your audience, time of the year and your content so there is really no point getting discouraged or disappointed if you don’t see the numbers you would like to see because most of the times, there aren’t any issues from your side.
With that said, if traffic is something important to you and you would like to
View original post 2,091 more words
I’ve always believed that readers make the best writers. Any skill I have has come from reading books. I’m a collector of books. I treasure them. I also treasure handwritten notes and am especially proud of the few recipes I have which are written in my grandmother’s hand. It’s like having a bit of her still with me- unique to her and I would recognize her handwriting anywhere. I have a handwritten Cheese Sauce Recipe which has stood the test of time too. Written after World War II – it helps me realize that while ‘oleo’ was almost never used- it was during the time when supplies were rationed.
I also think journaling is a worthwhile pastime- in fact, I’m still surprised by what I was thinking or learning at the time…
My 6 year old sister taught 4 years old me- how to read and write. It set me…
View original post 388 more words