Are you looking for someone to explain about blogging and how to do it simply and easily?
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Hi, I’m Alice Elliott, and I specialising in helping people understand about blogs and blogging.
Blogging is my passion, but it hasn’t always been easy for me. When I started blogging 10 years ago there wasn’t much help around for non-technical bloggers, so I had to teach myself. And one thing I noticed is that technically minded people don’t really know how to teach real beginners. They make a lot of assumptions about what is known already, or they miss out chunks within their training, thinking it’s not important to show every step each time.
So I set up Fairy Blog Mother to try and get more people blogging by explaining it in a more simple and easy way. This means going back to Level 0, the real beginning. I think this is important, because if you don’t understand the basics of blogging, you’ll find it much harder later on. You may even have to unravel a lot of mistakes you made on the way.
The kind of blogging training I offer is “explained really simply”:
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|“Alice is one of those rare people who can explain a paragraph of complex technical data in one brief English sentence. She has put together Slideshares of simple instructions which even I can understand. A really friendly and most generous ‘techie’!”|
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7 Reasons Why Online Criticism Shouldn’t Affect You
A guest post by Mary Kleim. Online Criticism - Good or Bad? Right now, there are millions of people that lurk the Internet, carrying negativity and bad vibes. These people instigate what is called 'online criticism'. However, while most negative comments online do more harm than good, constructive criticism does exist. In this article you will learn why there is [...]
If you’ve turned your blog comments off here’s why you should turn them back on!
// Back in March 2014 CopyBlogger turned their blog comments off. And Michael Hyatt did the same thing in January 2015. But guess what? In January 2016 they turned their blog comments back on again! They claim they did this as an experiment to see what would happen. And even if it was, I am overjoyed that they decided blog comments are worth having and have activated [...]