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This week Dr Tanya’s questions are How important is your blog traffic to you? How often do you check your stats? Which part of your blog traffic, the views, likes, comments or follows, is important for you personally? Which of … Continue reading
Dr Tanya is asking if comments add to the value of a post. She says: The comments feature is one of my favourite aspects of blogging. I love interacting with readers and writers. Being only human, I have at times … Continue reading
Dr Tanya is our hostess for the blogging insights series. You can check it out here Some people can write anytime and anywhere. Others require certain pre-requisites such as the appropriate setting before they can get their creativity going. In … Continue reading
TODAY’S QUESTIONS from Dr Tanya are: How many drafts do you have in your ” Drafts Folder” right now? Five. Do you always complete a post that you draft? Eventually. Sometimes I’ve prepared a post but I’m not quite happy … Continue reading
Dr Tanya’s question today How do you think a blogger can inspire others in the blog-o-sphere? Inspiration comes in many guises, from word prompts, photoprompts, posts, questions and answer sessions, opinions, humour, health issues, support and general conduct. What makes … Continue reading
TODAY’S QUESTION : What is the value of running writing prompts to your writing in general, and your blog in particular? https://saltedcaramel670.wordpress.com/2020/07/20/hosting-a-writing-prompt/ When I started my blog in 2013, I had no idea any of it would take off, yet … Continue reading