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What I Learned From A One-month old Blog

Three months ago, I started to blog about parenting tips, and immediately followed by facts about marriage. Then finally, I launched this blog exactly a month ago. I learned how to blog from a friend of mine who also blogs and he was a good mentor to me, who is still helping me until now. I am also glad that I met nice people here, and child bloggers who inspired me to do better with my first blog. Now, I feel that it is time for me to share some of what I have learned and hopefully, to inspire new bloggers:

1.0 I learned my purpose. I knew the reasons why I am blogging, before I even started. I have targets and goals, and I am monitoring my status regularly.

2.0 I learned the basics things first. I acted like a grade school student who keeps on reading and researching for the things I should know before I blog . I did not hesitate to ask things that I am not sure of. I did not jump into complicated things that I cannot appreciate yet.

3.0 I learned the qualities of successful bloggers. I know that I cannot be successful overnight. Although I suppose bloggers are born with equal rights, there are still some unique qualities a blogger should possess.

4.0 I learned how to do things properly. Things like how to reply on comments and how to post a good post, are some of the simple things I have learned. I also learned some ethics because I know it is what makes bloggers more admirable.

5.0 I learned how to get tips. I found a lot of blogging tips everywhere. And I am getting them easily, without so much time and effort finding them.

6.0 I learned how to share. Whenever I found useful blogging tips, I share it with everybody. I learned to submit my blogs and articles to useful directories, and also to decline the useless ones.

7.0 I learned how to be trustworthy. I may be telling the truth but people find it hard to believe me simply because they do not see me. Posting my own picture in all of my blogs helped me a lot.

I am sure what I have learned is very much far away from my target. But with my eagerness and inspiration I know I can still learn a lot because blogging is like life, it is a never ending journey of learning.

Article Source: Humane Blogging Tips

4 comments:

  Carol

December 31, 2007 at 12:49 AM

I was laughing at your banner about humans being bloggers and bloggers being human. IMO, no matter how hard you try and no matter how good YOU are, some humans will never be bloggers and some bloggers will never be human. Heck not even all humans are human!

Nice blog. I'll come back and check it out regularly.

  Guardian Angel

December 31, 2007 at 1:25 AM

Hi, Carol! Actually, I was also laughing when I thought of it. But you knows? Anyways, just as I said, "there MUST be one place where they should meet.
Thank you very much for appreciating my blog. I will try to post more informative articles next year. By the way, I have two more blogs, one is about parenting and the other is all about marriage. Hope you could also check them out, and find them nice too.
Happy New Year!

  Carol

December 31, 2007 at 1:30 AM

GA: My husband tells me we could write a "happy marriage" course. Isn't that sweet? We're still happy through 5 (step) children and 24 years so I must be doing something right! I'll definitey check out your other blogs though. I also have several blogs and a "real" website. Happy New Year!

  Guardian Angel

December 31, 2007 at 1:53 AM

Hi again, Carol! Glad to know you're still there. Yes it is very sweet, and I think you are just doing great with your marriage. Twenty four long years of staying married is a very tough task these days.
Anyway, I would love to visit your sites, but I can't view your profile though. Sorry but it's around 2am here, I will be back as soon as I can. Thanks again!