10 tips for new book bloggers (organization, tools, ways to grow your following and more!)

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Hey everyone! Today I’m bringing you the first post in my blogging tips section. I started blogging back in March, but I thought I might as well share with you the things I’ve learned since then! I know the title says it’s aimed for new book bloggers, but I think these tips might be useful for you regardless of how long you’ve been blogging.

1. Decide the type of content you’ll blog about

If you’re new in the community, you might think all book bloggers talk about the same topics, but that’s not true. And I’m not talking about how some book bloggers talk about fantasy books while others talk about horror books.

See, some bloggers love to write reviews. Some don’t. Some bloggers love to address different topics within the reader community and other stick with listicles and book tags. And some others feel comfortable blogging about everything…

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Blogging Insights — Easily Distracted — Reblog from Fandango

Salted Caramel

For this week’s installment of Blogging Insights, Dr. Tanya wants to know about distractions. She asks… What distracts you from blogging? Apart from family and work (unless yours is a business blog) what factors or forces prevent you from creating content? What I find interesting about this question is that, for me, anyway, blogging, in […]

Blogging Insights — Easily Distracted

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Should You Leave WordPress.com For Blogger (Blogspot.com)?

Renard's World

Some of you probably know of bloggers who left their blog on WordPress to set up a new blog on Blogger.

And, some of you are also aware of the fact, that some of the bloggers on WordPress are thinking about going over to Blogger.

A lot of the older folks (and some of the younger people too) disliked WordPress’s decision to replace the Classic Editor with the Block Editor (That caused them to consider the option of blogging over on Blogger).

For the record, I am not going to discourage anyone from creating a blog over on Blogger because they are within their rights to do so.

However, they should do some research on Blogger (Especially if they have never been on that blogging platform before).

One of the greatest mistakes that any blogger can make is jumping blindly into something that they know nothing of; which in this…

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Content is No Longer King

The Art of Blogging

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.

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Incremental plagiarism: How to avoid the serious consequences- by Janice Wald…

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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.

Continue reading HERE

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When You Struggle With Promotion

My Rockin Disabled Life

Do you struggle with promoting your blog or writing posts? I personally have a more difficult time promoting posts than I do writing them. I was always the kid that sat in the back of the classroom and hoped no one noticed I was there. I recently published an article onhttps://themighty.com/and it was probably the most terrifying thing I have ever done! Publishing an article on another website can be very helpful if you are trying to reach a larger audience. It can also be very terrifying if promoting your blog is very difficult for you! If you struggle with promotion here are a few tips that may make it a little less scary.

Just do it-I have always been that kid that I didn’t really want anyone to know was I there. I would always sit in the back of the classroom hoping the teacher would…

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5 Things That Other Experienced Bloggers Do Not Tell You

Renard's World

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.

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