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So I want to apologize to our subscribers. Not only have I not written an
article in a while. Sorry, life happened! But also I’m about to go into a
death-related rant. I apologize. On with the rant!
The Death Expert Is Back
Now, as our usual readers know, I am Gothic Bite Magazine‘s Death Expert, which means I write articles about death and whatnot. However, it has come to my attention that the media: television, movies, books, among other platforms, love to make anything related to death, evil.
And, as a Death Positivity Advocate, this irritates me. These platforms and services are why people in this part of the world, i.e., Western society, have death anxiety.
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@janetnewenham check out her latest YouTube video
When did you start blogging?
10 years ago after finishing my journalism degree in Dublin. I left for Canada and started my blog. At first it was just something very small just like a personal diary, a hobby. I would write about expat life. It wasn’t until 4 years that I really made it my full-time job and I started making money from it. I said to myself it’s now or never and I poured all my energy into it. I worked really hard. I would have my day job and then write articles for my blog late into the night. Now I have 3 blogs. ( My main one 150k subscribers, an Irish one 35k, and one that I just started 1 k) Instagram 50k and an YouTube channel 1,5 k subscribers.
Wow so I imagine that is a lot of…
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I don’t even know how to start this post since it feels so surreal to me. I can’t believe I’m launching my first digital product and I’m sharing all the details with you! I’ve always said that blogging is my passion but alongside blogging, graphic & web design is another passion of mine. I’ve mentioned it in one of my blog posts but I’ve always wanted to create my own creative studio to help bloggers and small businesses – and it just felt the right time to go for it.
For those of you who don’t know, I studied computing so I have a fair amount of knowledge in this category but nevertheless I’ve had to teach myself most of the things because they didn’t really specialise the creative side of IT and focused more on the technical side at uni.
I’m literally so happy that I get to combine…
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If you are guilty of committing these blogging sins and do
not repent of them in time, you will go straight to blogging hell*.
*Blogging hell – a barren digital landscape where
visitors seldom wander, where views are scarce, and engagement quickly fades
Indifference – Not following other blogs and
commenting on them
Blogging is a conversation, not a monologue. You’re not likely to get others interested in your blog if you don’t become interested in other blogs yourself. WordPress.com makes it easy to discover other bloggers through the built-in content stream but look beyond to blogs across platforms.
Also, don’t be a silent reader but an active participant –
comment, like, and share.
Staying connected to other bloggers is one of the most
challenging aspects of blogging, but it’s also one of the most rewarding.
Slothfulness – Not posting at least once or
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