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Blog Resolutions

Posted By Darren Rowse 26th of January 2006 Pro Blogging News 5

Evan Schaeffer posted a good list of blog resolutions back on 2 January that I only just spotted (via LexBlog). In it Evan gives 10 resolutions with quite a few good sub points under many of them. The only resolution I’d add to the list is ‘don’t post such a great post so early in the year when I’m on holidays!’. It’s well worth the read in full but here are his heading to give you a taster:

Resolution 1: Mix It Up
Resolution 2: Prove You Have a Personality
Resolution 3: Be a Better Writer
Resolution 4: Write for the Computer Screen
Resolution 5: Use Photos
Resolution 6: Don’t Be Obscure
Resolution 7: Build a Community
Resolution 8: Experiment with New Weblogging Ideas
Resolution 9: Don’t Let Your Weblog Make You Crazy
Resolution 10: Learn from Other Weblogs

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  1. Resolution 5: Use Photos
    I love it cos it work wonders..

  2. Thanks for sharing Evan’s post with your readers. You may have created the gold standard with your blog as to insight on blog publishing. Mentioning his post will cast the message to a wide audience.

  3. I really like points 1, 5, and 10. nice tips though!

  4. Thanks Darren! Yet another inspiring post. Keep it up.

    We’ve taken #2 (prove you have a personality) to heart with our most recent post:

    Take this poll or we’ll shoot this kitten

    We’re also applying #1 and #5, and pretending we’re doing #8.

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