A year of blogging taught me so much. It’s been a year of challenges, laughs, headaches, and joy.
The one thing I never expected was that my writings would be so well received.
As much as I can share all that I learned from my first year of blogging, I know for certain, I couldn’t have done it without the support of all of my loyal visitors and commenters. People who were strangers a year ago. People who are now cyberspace friends.
To all of you, I say “Thank You”
Thank you for your support, for your continued visits, for subscribing, commenting, and for the massive words of kindness.
I am humbled and honored to be part of your lives, and thrilled to be a part of this community of kind and generous people.
Although our paths may never cross in the real world, I’m grateful our paths have crossed in cyberspace.
You’re all awesome.
May you all find success in all of your endeavors.
That is my wish for you.
Again, I say thank you!
To recap what I’ve learned from my first year of blogging, listed below are all of the lessons, including a brief description.
Lesson One: Why blog?
Lesson Two :Commenting on blogs
Lesson Three: Importance of learning the mechanics of blogging
Lesson Four : Learning from your blog statistics
Lesson Five: Finding balance between blogging and life
Lesson Six: How blogging can be therapeutic
Lesson Seven: How bloggers are often misunderstood
Lesson Eight: The uniqueness of your blog and first impressions
Lesson Nine: What makes a blog/blogger a success
Lesson Ten: Give credit where credit is due
Lesson Eleven: Comparing ourselves to others
Lesson Twelve: Making money with blogs
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