Taking the 30-day Blogathon challenge is a great way to start a blog. Here are some easy steps to get a blog up and running.
The WordCount Blogathon is back — it’s happening in a different month, but it’s still the same blog-building challenge you know and love.
Best posts of the past 12 months on writing and blogging basics, running a freelance writing business, tech tools for writers and more.
Today’s the day all #blog2012 bloggers are trying their hands at haiku, the 3 line Japanese poetry. Here’s mine, about yesterday’s eclipse.
Today’s advice column answers questions about guest posts, self-hosted WordPress blogs and finding images for posts (without running into copyright trouble).
During May, this periodic advice column will answer questions about blogging and social media basics posed by people participating in the WordCount Blogathon.
A list of the 250 bloggers in the 2012 WordCount Blogathon, including the name, URL and description of each. Participants can re-post this to their own sites.
This month’s writer chat doubles the kick-off discussion for 2012 WordCount Blogathon, which starts may 1. Considering it? Join us today at 10 am Pacific.
Freelance writer and author Jackie Dishner explains what she’s gotten out of the annual blogging challenge, and how it could help your blog too.
This month’s Twitter chat for writers is the kick-off discussion for the annual WordCount Blogathon that starts may 1. Considering it? Join us at 10 am Pacific.