Today we sadly say goodbye to Lorelle. It’s been a fun interview series, hasn’t it? I’ve learned a lot, and the comments have been awesome.
Not wanting it to end, I had to squeeze in one more question.
9) Thank you for your time, Lorelle. One last question, what articles would you recommend that you’ve written to new bloggers?
Oh, there are so many. I’m often staggered when I look at the number of articles I’ve published over the years. Finding the most helpful ones is a challenge.
I’ve pruned through the list and come up with some interesting posts for your readers that will help them with the most common questions people have about blogging, especially about beginning blogging. I’ve also thrown in some interesting posts that many have found helpful.
- Learning About Blogging and How to Blog
- The Power of the Link
- Do-It-Yourself Search Engine Optimization
- Blogging Tips – Hundreds of Resources for Finding Content for Your Blog
- The Top 10 Clues That You Are an Amateur Blogger
- What Do You Do When Someone Steals Your Content
- Power Blogging: Web Browser Blogging Tips
- How NOT to Comment on Comments
- The Best Bloggers Edit
- How to Know When to Stop Blogging
- I Love Your List! I’m Going To Copy It!
- Blog Struggles: The Search for Blog Content
- Blog Struggles: The Blog Focus
- Blog Struggles: Why Should Your Blog Have a Focus
- Blog Struggles: Finding Your Blog Focus
- Blog Struggles: Changing Your Blog’s Focus
- Blog Struggles: When Are Too Many Comments Too Many Comments?
- Blog Struggles: Taking The Moral High Blogging Ground
- Blog Struggles: Blogger’s Depression
- Blog Struggles: When An Old Post is New Again
- Blog Struggles: Recovering From a Traffic Spike
- Blog Struggles: Surviving the When Blogging Goes Bad Blues
- Blog Post Category Trauma: How To Help Bloggers With Useless Categories
- Blog Post Category Trauma: Suggestions for Useless Categories
- Blog Post Category Trauma: Fixing Those Useless Categories
- Blog Post Category Trauma: Changing Your Categories in WordPress
- Bloggers Who Blame Don’t Change Things
- What Do You Bring to a Blog Conference?
- How to Talk to a Blogger
- Blogging is About Writing – and Not
- Drilling Down Your Blogging Niche?
Thank you again for your time and I wish you good luck with the great blogging you are doing. Like so many, many are so excited about their newest project, they want to tell the world about it, so they start a blog. After they’ve been at it for a while, it’s now work, not fun. Keeping a blog going over the long term is hard work, but well worth it if you do it right and treat it like a long term project rather than a quick thrill. You’re on the right path, Barbara. Keep on blogging!
On A Personal Note
First of all, thank you Lorelle for your kind words and for taking time out of your busy schedule to do this interview. The readers of BWAB have gained tons of knowledge in a short period of time. For that, we will be forever grateful.
Although the series has ended, I’m hoping this isn’t the last we’ll see of Lorelle. If she has had as much fun with this series as we did, maybe she’ll agree to do this again in the future with a different set of questions.
The complete interview series is listed below:
Part 1 Stay Motivated
Part 2 Errors Bloggers Make
Part 3 Content: Is Good, Good Enough?
Part 4 Finding Fresh Content
Part 5 Managing 350+ Feeds
Part 6 Let’s Woop It Up
Part 7 From Blogging To Publishing
Part 8 The Future of Blogging
Part 9 A Recap Plus A Bonus
In closing, let’s put our hands together and thank Lorelle for sharing her knowledge with the BWAB community. ///clap,clap,clap\\\
Based on all of the topics covered in the interview, which was your favorite?
What is the greatest lesson the interview taught you?
Has the interview with Lorelle, changed the way you blog (or will blog)?
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