This is a guest post by Jill Smokler. If you want to guest post on this blog, check out the guidelines here.
Adding things to your newly created blog is pretty cool, right? But be careful, there are things that you’d better leave out. Below you’ll find 10 of them.
As you probably know we’ll try to hold one blog writing project every month now, and it is time to launch the January one.
Inspired by the popularity of the article “11 Essential Tips to Writing the Ultimate Tutorial“, the topic of this project will be “Tutorials.”
In order to participate you just need to write a tutorial on your blog. Any subject and format is welcomed. You could instruct people on how to change a car’s wheel quickly, create a Photoshop effects tutorial, a step-by-step guide to cook the perfect pie, a blueprint to achieve the number one position in Google and so on.
This post is part of the Friday Q&A section. If you want to ask a question just send it via the contact form.
Destination Infinity asks:
There are two ways to approach writing an article about a particular topic â€“ One is to write a long article covering all the sub-topics in a single page. Another is to write shorter articles about each sub-topic, and publish them on different days. Which approach do you think is better?