I was challenge to write a manifesto as part of a blogging challenge hosted by Jeff Goins and as I’ve never written one, I thought it was a good idea.
Who I Write For:
I write for the middle-ground blogger. Someone who is not quite a brand new blogger but is ready to take their blog to the next level. I of course welcome brand new bloggers and professional bloggers here and especially into the blogathon but most of the blogging tips posts you will find here are designed for the middle-ground blogger. I also write a lot for the blogger who works with brands. Male or Female, anywhere in the world, what I write is designed for you. Some blogs are for certain genders or places but not this one. I have readers from all over the world!
What I Write:
I write blogging and social media tips on topics such as SEO (Search Engine Optimization), monetization, increasing traffic, working with different social media channels, working with brands, design tips and more. I don’t claim to be a professional in any of those topics but I’ve blogged for more than 10 years so I’ve learned quite a bit. Some things I know but just haven’t implemented myself due to time or money constraints. I write what YOU need. If you ever want to know something about blogging, feel free to write me and ask. If I don’t know about it, I’ll learn.
Why I Write:
I love blogging and social media. Plain and simple that is why I write. Ever since I found my first blog to read I knew that I had to have a blog. What started as one blog has since grown to five. That doesn’t count all the blogs I started and stopped in between. I’ve started over 20 blogs in my 10+ years of blogging. I’m a serial blog starter, it’s just so fun to start a new one and work it up into a functioning blog. Learning just a few more skills, I could see myself starting blogs for people as a living.
I love blogging and I want you to love blogging too. If you get frustrated with trying to figure things out, you might get annoyed and quit. But I think you’ll love blogging so I help you out with tips and tricks and knowledge that I’ve learned.
Plus I run a twice annual blogging marathon known by the name of this blog. The Biannual Blogathon Bash has helped many bloggers from brand new (aka starting their first blog AT the event) to other professional bloggers who have also blogged for more than 10 years learn new skills, network, find new blogs and make friends. I love blogging.