Hey, everyone! Glad to have you back for another session. Let’s keep it going, shall we?
Heres this weeks round of questions submitted by you! Once again I’ll start =]
I went ahead answered all of the questions listed but feel free to answer as many as you’d like. Once again, at the end of your answer(s) please also submit A question you would like to see next week!
Safty Third (Aka Josh) asks:
Do you write your posts with an average word cap? Are there exceptions to that rule? Why?
My post has ranged from 400-1200 words. I prefer the shorter blurbs for a blog post. I realize the longer post can be split up into segments for future posts. But then again I haven’t been following any set rule and will write until I have said everything I can think of for the topic I’m writing on. ( I’m sure you’ve all noticed my theme has been Why? =D )
Check out Josh’s latest post below!
David, a veteran blogger who writes for three blogs asks:
What is the one thing you have done that was most successful at spreading your message, i.e. increasing your readership?
For me, being consistent has fundamental. Every day I will spend an hour or more promoting & engaging as much as I can. Recently I’ve added a link to my blog on my Instagram account and I’ve noticed a new flow of visitors from Instagram. This being said, going forward I’ve decided to increase my social media presence on Facebook & Instagram. Interesting enough, the idea to start a podcast has also been brewing in the back of my mind. If anything starting a podcast would be an awesome learning experience for me.
Check out the blogs David writes for below! ( My favorite is his daily gratitude space )
Sheila K, author of Capricious Cadence asks:
How and when do you make time for writing?
I write daily in my pocket mod. But when it comes to a blog post or a script it is a different story. I enjoy writing with a “clean slate” and nothing on the back burner. So usually I will only write once all of the major tasks for the day/week are done and out of the way.
Check our Sheila’s latest blog post!
Maddie, the author of shatterthefourthwall, asks:
What is your biggest regret?
Regrets, I can say with confidence I have little to none. For me, life is a continuous learning experience and if a mistake is made I seek to learn from it rather than to dwell on it. If anything it would be that fact in my past I have started many things and have never “finished”. This can be attributed to my gold fish attention span and the fact I have been always eager to challenge myself with something new.
Check out Maddie’s blog here!
Lizzie, Author of cooking and crumble asks:
What is your favorite post [Topic] to blog about?
If the inspiration comes to me it is anything topic where I am able to add humor. I enjoy all things that make a person laugh so when I’m able to write something funny it will bring a smile to my face.
Check out Lizzie’s latest post below!
And one from me:
What is one song you can play on loop over and over? Why?
This verse says it all.
It’s funny how the music put times in perspective
Add a soundtrack to your life and perfect it
Whenever you are feeling blue keep walking and we can get far
Wherever you are
See ya next session!