My blog began in 2009. My husband had talked about setting up a blog for me but I wasn’t interested and could not fathom how I would do that or what it would even look like! What exactly is a blog anyways? I decided to look it up and came up with blurbs like, “a creative website for personal ideas and stories, ” or, “a type of website that is usually arranged in chronological order from the most recent entries at the top of the main page to the older entries toward the bottom.” I could do that, couldn’t I?
Little did I know how many skills were needed to tackle such a task! Not only did I have to write, but I needed to be able to know how to design a blog, take and edit photos, market my content which meant learning social media, as well as SEO (Search Engine Optimization)! Yes my head is spinning too! 🙂
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Lucky for me (and YOU), there are resources out there to help us navigate all these unknowns. Whether you are a brand new blogger, a toddler blogger, or an experienced blogger there are always new things to learn and ways to improve your blog.
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If you pick up a copy, don’t forget to check out my chapter – Photoshop for Bloggers – and let me know what you think!
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