So this is the last post of the 7 day English blogging challenge. And the news is I failed to write 7 posts in 7 days. As a result if you check the dates, I missed my schedule. It’s not an easy job to blog everyday for sure.
But the good news is, blogging can be done even outside of your blog. You can build your community outside of your blog site. Here let me share a few tips on how you can do that: [Click to continue…]
When you start writing a blog you will gain readers every day. In today’s busy world, it’s hard for someone to stay up to date with a blog. You have to take measures so that your readers will be able to receive your new blog updates.
Some of these measures are manual and some are automated. Here in this article, I will share the various subscription options for your blog. [Click to continue…]
Hey all, Shuvo Noboborsh 1423 (Happy Bangla New Year.) I hope you are having a fun time. Today is day 5 of the 7 day challenge and I am blogging this.
Now when you are blogging, should you cover about recent trends and hot news topics?
When I first started blogging, I was informed that you should write timeless blog posts. Timeless means a topic which can be read throughout years. I found that when you are in a tech related niche, this rule does not applies. Things change so fast, that a post written just 1 year ago doesn’t applies today. [Click to continue…]
Almost every blog theme has two columns. One large column on the left for the blog posts, the other smaller one on the right as the sidebar.
The sidebar of your blog plays an important role. Today I will share a few tips for your to make better use of your blog sidebar.
Left Sidebar, Right Sidebar, Two Sidebars or No Sidebar?
When picking up a theme for your blog, you will find various options for sidebars. My tip here is to keep it simple and have just one sidebar on the right hand side. I see many websites have the sidebar on the right while the main content on the left.
Google has their main search results on the left; YouTube videos stay on the left; the only exception is Facebook where the content in the wall stays on the right. But it’s still worth experimenting the placement of your sidebar. Have at least one sidebar on your blog. Let me share why you need one: [Click to continue…]