Often, I do digital Botox on my blog–I update an old post.
This achieves a couple of things–it helps with the SEO ranking, I understand, as a search engine will probably believe it’s new information. What I’m really doing is curating blog posts which I wrote in the past.
Blogs are commonplace. If you do any writing, a blog is a helpful way to establish one’s name as a writer. (Don’t convince yourself otherwise!)
Sometimes it goes with a change of direction. For instance, a fact came to light of which you were unaware.
If you have fears about becoming known to the public, a blog may not be the best way to talk on the Internet. Or, perhaps, if you have run out of time, and have new responsibilities in your life, or simply new interests, making a blog has become less a priority than you thought it would be.
When you develop your blog for the Internet, choosing to blog from a unique angle may work to your advantage. You can get the result you desire.
My head these days is busy, all the more so with social media. There is a wealth of information on social media, long in the running. Even though blogging is popular, try to keep your distance while injecting yourself into the conversation.
For some time, I took advantage of the prompts WordPress offered, both their daily prompts and their weekly challenges. It would be unkind not to share the wonders of the Internet. It is often a convenient part of day-to-day life.
Taking a look into digital communications pays off in various ways, which I will leave to you.
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