Arrrgh, you landlubber! So we meet again! You still have the courage to join me on the trip to the mythical Blogland Island? Great! Here is the second part of your treasure map!
Let’s say it from the beginning – this is NOT a sponsored post. Nobody paid us for writing this review, not even with kind words or free dinner (shame). Yet we’re writing it for the sole purpose of spreading the word. And sharing with you something that – in our opinion – is worth sharing.
Thinking about starting a blog? Or you have one already, and want to improve it? You’re in the right place, mate! Hop aboard and let us sail to the mythical island of Blogland. Here’s the treasure map for you – each week I will present you with another piece. Until you’ll find your very own treasure on the Blogland Island.
To blog or not to blog? That’s not a question.
Even if you’re selling shoelaces in the middle of the Sahara desert, or ice cream on the North Pole, you still need to make your presence online. If you’re not involved in any kind of business activity, you may just want to share your thoughts with the world. Blogging is the kind of solution that’s easily adjustable to a wide variety of purposes.
Let’s look at the pros and cons of blogging in general, shall we?
Gold of blogging:
- you can share your priceless thoughts with the world,
- you can meet like-minded people,
- you can give your business a more friendly face,
- you can inform about events and offers,
- you can use your blog as portfolio.
Dirt of blogging (a whole jar of it):
- You have to write (or find a skilled writer to do it for you),
- You have to be consistent in posting,
- You have to put some time and effort into keeping your blog alive,
- You have to come up with fresh ideas frequently.
Are you ready for a challenge, then? Of course you are, welcome aboard! Let us conquer together the high seas of the internet! Stay sharp mate, next week I will give you another piece of the treasure map. Ahoy, adventure!
Any questions about the quest? Just send me a parrot or write a comment below.
Aaaaaah, coffee… Liquid gold, elixir of life. What would we do without a mug of that beverage at morning, another on the way to work, maybe one more during a break and after coming home..? Have you ever heard people saying you drink too much coffee? Does the term ‘too much’ even applies to our favourite drink?
To every procrastinator out there: we know your struggle. You want to break the bad habit, but maybe… tomorrow? No!
Farewell sweet summer, welcome hard work. There’s not much we can do about it. Except trying to make that work more efficient. And in the result secure some sweet, precious moments of free time, reminding us of summer.
Who procrastinates? In a modern world – almost EVERYONE!
Who doesn’t know that feeling: it’s time to post on your blog, so you sit in front of your computer. Opening a new page in Word and… nothing happens. Your mind and your page are equally blank. Where to take the ideas from? Does mythical Mine of Ideas exist?It does, in the same land where the mythical Mine of Clients lay. In our world, we need to manage and dig out ideas metaphorically only. That’s why I’m presenting you today with 5 ultimate ways of finding ideas for your next blog post.