There are tons of amazing WordPress features you aren’t using. Don’t worry, I am guilty too. As a blogger, I am always on the hunt to better my writing skills and use the tools I have to their greatest possibilities.
Out of the clear blue internet skies, I started getting these emails from VIP WordPress. Who the hell knew there was such a thing, but I thank them for assuming (what everyone else should already know) that I am VIP. Normally, ignore emails like this or I may Pocket It for later to read on the subway ride, but the headline was catchy and I wanted to test my own knowledge of WordPress.
27 minutes into the video, I realized I don’t know nearly as much I thought I knew. So, like the good blogger I am, I decided to share this with you. Because, who knows, you might not know either!
I seriously laughed out loud and instantly wanted to chime in after reading a post by Beautifully Invisible from a couple weeks ago entitled ‘The 10 things that drive me crazy about your blog.’ I thought it was amazingly witty and quite humorous. But more importantly – absolutely freaking true! Sure every “professional blogger” has posted a how to of some sort, but there’s no exact science about how to blog or how to blog without pissing off one of your readers.
So as a sometimes pissed-off-blog-reader here’s my list of 5 super-uber annoying things about your blog (in no particular order). All five equally annoy the ish out of me!
I’ve totally been slipping on my Friend Friday posts but this week I got super excited when I noticed the questions were about influences and inspiration. For me blogging only happens when I am inspired so I seek inspiration daily. Whether it’s from another blogger, a magazine, a walk in the park – I crave inspiration like some sort of drug. I have to have it! Read our Q&A and be sure to chime in at the end of this post. Continue reading →
Blogging to me is a never ending conversation. Which is why I love being apart of FBFF. This Friday we ask ourselves – what have been the 5 hardest blogging lessons you’ve learned during this process and have helped make you a better blogger as a result. Continue reading →