10 responses to “The well-dressed blog post”

  1. Jessie F.

    I haven’t found the tagging to be working for Stumbleupon.com, and Reddit.com but I will continue to tag. Thanks for the advice!

  2. beverlyharzog

    This is exactly the kind of information I’ve been looking for. Thanks! And I agree about the spelling. Sloppy copy is unprofessional.


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  8. Dina Cardillo

    Yup. Excellent advice. When I first started blogging I didn’t even know what a tag was, so I didn’t tag any post… worst mistake ever. One evening I spent hours tagging my first blog posts.

    And about the spelling mistakes, I think I proof-read my posts more than anyone else, because I’m not a native English speaker and I don’t want my writing to come across as “Engrish”.

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