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Guest Blogging

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Guest blogging is one of the best ways to build traffic to your site and gain faithful new followers. So how do you accomplish this great feat? It’s not all that hard to do. Identify a blog that is similar to yours and already has a big following. Next, read that person’s blog. Look at […]

Blogger’s Code of Conduct

Blogger’s Code of Conduct

Tim O’Reilly introduced the Blogger’s Code of Conduct as a means to help enforce civility. Tim’s idea was that if bloggers themselves were civil on their own blog, it would encourage others to be civil as well.  He also suggested bloggers moderate comments on their blog. So why was the Blogger’s Code introduced in the first […]

Creating a Comments Policy

One of the major victories for a new blogger is when her/his posts begin to get comments on them!!  It is so exciting to see that what you are writing is getting read, and that people care enough about it to leave a response.  But even before you get to the feedback stage, it’s important […]

What Is A Meme?

Those who are new to blogging have probably come across either the term ‘meme’, or a meme itself, and been clueless as to just exactly what they have encountered.  When people talk about memes, they can be referring to quite a variety of things, but in terms of blogging, it usually has to do with […]

Blogging Under The Radar

Blogging Under The Radar

One of the first decisions you will have to make, if you create your blog through our Blogging 101 course, is whether or not to be anonymous. This was a tough decision for me.  I was so appreciative of all the advice I got through the class about blogging safety, and it gave me so […]

Nonprofit Communication Should Be a Two-Way Street

Nonprofit Communication Should Be a Two-Way Street

Nonprofits, especially ones with smaller budgets, often don’t put a lot of time and effort into their online communications.  Their website, if they have one, usually consists of just a few pages dedicated to the mission of the organization, the services they perform, and instructions for volunteering, or sending in donations.  While this no-frills type […]

Blog Right In

Blog Right In

Blogging 101 is proud to introduce it’s next new crop of blogging students.  Some of their introductory posts will be featured here on this blog – – giving everyone a chance to meet them and encourage them in their blogging journey.  Please feel free to support them with your comments! Also stay tuned later this […]

Get the Blog Rolling

Get the Blog Rolling

When I was a little girl, there were few things that could make my pigtails bounce with joy more than getting a letter in the mail addressed to me.  It made me feel so important and valuable.  It didn’t even really matter what it was, or what it said – – it just mattered that […]

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