I began writing online in the nineties! We called it ”online journals”! I boycotted Livejournal because it seemed so… widespread! By now I have given up and say that I ”blog” (not that I am a blogger fyi) and I do enjoy reading about all the different advice there is out there on blogging. What really really bugs me, and kills my blogging mood sometimes, is the focus on money and blogging as a carrier. Blergh! Most blogs will never get there, and most of those blogs will never get there because they don’t care! I would looooove if I could make money of writing on this blog every once in a while, but mostly I enjoy to put my shit somewhere. And if someone likes it and wants to read it, yay, if someone wants to connect with me because of it, super yay. The fact is still that I get itchy if it takes too long between my posts.
So. Enter Jessica Hagy and her post on medium – I’ve been blogging for 8 freaking years. Here’s what I learned.
Of course she’s a blogging pro with several released books, but she still manage to keep her advice down to earth. I relate.
For other great and genuine blogging advice you need to be able to read swedish over at Ellets. Giggles.