My name is Christine King and I am a writer here at R & R Web Design LLC. This is the first video to kick off our video blogging series. Please remember when watching this, I’m not a T.V. person. Actually, when I was 18, I gave an interview and well, I was terrible. So, please be patient with me as we embark on this new journey of video blogging.
Were you wondering if you were the only person out there frustrated with Facebook?
Can you guess the top reason why 59% of respondents are frustrated with Facebook?
You made your voices heard. It is finally here, our follow-up article to Are You Frustrated with Facebook. I am so delighted to share our findings with you today. Let me start off by saying a big thank you. You are all amazing.
I am so honored to have such wonderful readers. I have loved reading all of your responses. One of the things that stood out to me the most, was how hard working you all are. Thank you for taking the time to respond to my questions, and thank you for sharing your expertise.
Here is what those who answered had to say about whether or not they are frustrated with Facebook:
Do you have core values for blogging?
Today, we continue my favorite series, Life Lessons from Toddlerhood. You may be wondering what blogging core values and toddlerhood have in common. Please stay with me and I’ll explain.
What This Series Is Meant To Do
This is a series that is meant to inspire you. It is meant to get you excited about writing. No matter how boring a topic is, this series is meant to encourage you and hopefully, to motivate you.
Today, I’m sitting with my big Detroit coffee mug, but instead of drinking my usual coffee, I’m drinking hot chocolate with whipped cream. It is amazing on a chilly day like this, and I would highly recommend that the next time you sit down to write to make sure you have a big cup. I’m listening to She and Him, one of my favorite bands. I’m setting the mood to write this article and it is working.
Are you still trying to figure out Google Hummingbird?
Would you like to stay ahead of the blogging game?
I want to start off today by thanking everyone who has contributed to the article, Are You Frustrated With Facebook. We’ve had so many wonderful responses. You can expect the follow-up article on November 19th, 2013. If you haven’t yet had a chance to respond to the article, we would love to hear about your experience with Facebook and if you are frustrated or not, the more voices, the better data.
Today, we are tackling a different sort of beast, Google Hummingbird. My editor, Robin Strohmaier, has been trying to teach me a thing or two about Google’s new algorithm called “Hummingbird.” As my eyes start to glaze over, I quickly take a sip of coffee and focus in again, because I know that this impacts me as a writer.
Google+ has quietly announced that it is rolling out the official Google+ custom URL to all. This is great news for brands and profiles that have been anxiously waiting to replace the lengthy Google+ URL that contains that long string of numbers.
Previously, custom Google+ URLs were only available to a select number of users that was announced in August 2012. For the rest of us that have been waiting patiently over the past year, there were a few alternative options for making our Google+ URLs easier to remember. The wait is over and as of October 29th, Google began rolling out page and profile custom URLs.
There has been a great deal of chatter all over the social sphere about the new Google+ vanity URLs since yesterday’s announcement. Let’s review the highlights and answer a few of the questions that have surfaced. Continue reading
Are you frustrated with Facebook because of your posts’ reach and feel like you are running into a brick wall?
If this is your first time here, my name is Christine King, and I am a writer here at R & R Web Design LLC. Every Tuesday, I publish articles about blogging tips and tricks that will make your blogging life easier.
The blogging tips and tricks I published here are all the same tips and tricks that I use as a ghost writer. I am currently publishing about 11 articles a week. 10 of those articles that I write are for my ghost writing blogs. I write on behalf of all kinds of different companies. So, what you will find here on this blog are my tricks to getting the job done well.
How long do you allow your first blog article drafts to sit before you edit them?
Do you use a blogging schedule?
Instead of being outside where my creative juices can flow, I’m stuck inside writing for my biggest day of the week. So, to help my creative juices, I’m listening to Bon Iver Radio on Spotify, drinking lots of coffee, and eating multiple Slim Jims.
I bring this up because last week we talked about ways to get inspired to write. In the article, Why Blogging is Like Losing Weight and How to Get Inspired, I shared that I love to write outside. The day I wrote that article, it was a beautiful day and I was outside soaking in the sunshine. The truth is that not every day is beautiful and some days you just have to bite the bullet and get the job done.
Are you feeling a little less inspired than the day you started your blog?
Have you ever tried losing weight?
For many of my readers, the main issue when it comes to blogging is inspiration. It seems impossible to find the time, energy and drive to write blog articles. If this wasn’t so hard, I wouldn’t have a job. Today, I’m here to share with you 3 ways that will get you inspired to write.
I think inspiration is huge when it comes to writing. No matter if I’m writing for this blog or one of my ghost writing articles, I need to feel inspired. Before I give you 3 ways to get that inspiration, let me share with you why we need to be inspired.
Are you looking for some inspiration today?
Is it hard for you to just enjoy?
Happy Tuesday everyone! Today, here in Michigan it is a beautiful fall day. The sun is shining and there isn’t a cloud in the sky. Finally the second Tuesday of the month is here and that means it’s Life Lesson From Toddlerhood. This is our series that is inspired by my 21-month-old toddler.
Toddlers have a very interesting way of looking at life. If you have ever had a baby grow up, you know how precious these first years are. Even if you haven’t had your own little one, any toddler will do. Toddlers have a way of making our days long but our years short.
Do you sometimes wonder if you’re over sharing about personal experiences on your blog?
Would a few guidelines on being personal with blog articles help?
Today, I want to dive right into our topic, which is how to add a personal touch to blog articles. Last week, I took some time to talk about blog articles and what worked and what didn’t. It got me thinking about the personal touch, because I’ve always valued it in the blog articles I read and write.