#Blogmas2018 Ritu’s Blog Tips #13

Day 13

My muse, my tea my workstation!

Sort out your shareability!

I mean, make sure you have all avenues to share your posts via various social media activated on each post.

You might not be a Twitterer or a Pinterest pinhead for example, but many of your readers are. If you at least have the sharing options available on your site, then there is a much bigger chance that your posts could get discovered via Facebook, or Flipboard…

One Liner Wednesday – #1linerweds – Never Give Up

“Giving up is not an option when this world keeps turning, regardless.”

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For Linda G Hill’s #1LinderWeds challenge

#Blogmas2018 Ritu’s Blog Tips #12

Day 12

My muse, my tea my workstation!

Find your voice.

This is quite simple.

Don’t attempt to copy someone else’s style.

Be you.

Find your niche – or don’t (I never did!) but always find your voice.

Your voice gives your blog it’s personality, especially if it is a blog that is not connected to a business.

Your blog should be able to allow your creativity to shine, be it poetry or fiction, ramblings or recipes.

Your style is what will make your blog readable, what will attract like-minded bloggers to your site. Something that is identifiably YOU!

COLLEEN’S WEEKLY #TANKA TUESDAY #POETRY CHALLENGES NO. 114 Try & Life #Haiku #SYNONYMSONLY

It’s Tuesday, and that means Colleen’s Tanka Challenge! Of course, just providing a couple of words would be far too simple, so we have twowords, yes, but we can’t use them! Only synonyms allowed!

Try & Life

A tanka for this week…

Endeavour to become
A true individual
Not a follower
Seek to become a person
Who leads by great example

Ritu 2018

#Blogmas2018 Ritu’s Blog Tips #11

Day 11

My muse, my tea my workstation!

Respond!

One of my biggest niggles, when a blogger whose post I have commented on doesn’t respond – AT ALL!

Going back to my last couple of tips, quality interaction is so important, when building up a solid reader base, and if you don’t bother answering or at least acknowledging the comments left on your post, it’s highly unlikely you will be attracting many followers.

The conversations I have had via my comments, or on other blogs, have strengthened my blog relationships with my followers, allowing me to get to know them as well as them to know me too.

That human touch makes all the difference.

An appreciation to those leaving thoughts on your words.

I read, and write A LOT.

If you are following me, you know that.

My saviour is my WP app on my phone.

When I have a moment, I log in, and browse my reader and all my notifications, attempting to answer them all as the day unfolds.

If I know I can’t give all my attention to the comments then, I wait until the end of the day, and spend time responding, genuinely, to all who bless me with a visit to my blog, and leave comments.

Some schedule their time to respond weekly.

It’s up to you, but make sure you do!

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