ADVICE, IT’S EVERYWHERE
I’ve been asked to explain why I sometimes write posts that are filled with links. You see…
A long time ago I read an article, written by a marketing professional, about personal blogging. This article had advice about how to ensure that your personal blog had a balanced mix of content that’d appeal to a variety of readers.
Quite simply, the article said that to be perceived as interesting you need to write: 1/3rd of your posts about research, ideas, or professional topics; 1/3rd of your posts about updates in your personal life and how you feel about what is going on; and 1/3rd of your posts about hobbies or adventures.
While I don’t adhere strictly to this advice, I keep it in mind. It has influenced me over the years.
Thus as an example of the first of the three categories mentioned above, I give you, my gentle readers, the following list of 8 random links that I’ve stumbled over whilst flitting about online.
EIGHT INTERESTING LINKS TO SHARE
• Apparently in France it’s called piscine. I’ve no problem with it, but some people are peeved.
• I’m not sure I *try* to be nice, but I take this point…
• We don’t have a dog, but the mid-century aesthetic of this kibble dispenser caught my eye.
• Your doctor is talking about you. And it might not be in a flattering way.
• Watch and be entertained. Earworm to follow….
• I want to know the answer to this, too. Why is it so difficult to find normal sleeves?
QUESTIONS OF THE DAY
Do you think the personal blogging advice shared in the first part of this post is wise or wacky? That is, would you say it’s AMAZEBALLS or WEAKSAUCE?
Any comments, insightful or otherwise, about any of the links above? That is, would you say any one link in particular is AMAZEBALLS or WEAKSAUCE?
Do you like using slang when you write your blog posts? How about in real life when you talk with people, do you use slang then?
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