These were a few of the most read blogs posts from 2017 that we think you’ll get a kick out of reading again.
Not long after most bloggers launch their first post, this question will inevitably arise: when is the best time to publish a blog post? The answers to this relatively simple question may surprise you.
Hands down the most popular blog questions we get is, “what should I write about?” The answer, of course, depends on your blog theme and category, but generally speaking topics that connect to the Maine experience perform well and draw a wide readership. This week on Maine on the Blogs we thought we would share with you topics that tend to trend.
This week on Maine on the Blogs, I offer you my top ten favorite Google search hacks that have proven to be terrifically easy to remember and a boon to my research skills.
This week on Maine on the Blogs we are going to walk you through how to identify if your work has been stolen and steps you can take to protect your blog from scraper sites.
Did you know that there are 100 million active daily Twitter users? Twitter is a hotbed of activity for social media consumers, which makes it an ideal place to promote blog posts. To drive traffic to your blog there is a bit of strategy beyond a slap-dash tweet involved.
This week on Maine on the Blogs we wanted to know more about Molly’s experience at Erma and to also learn more about all this buzz surrounding blogging conferences.
This week on Maine on the Blogs, we are chatting about four strategies anyone can use to help create and maintain a sense of authenticity in written work.
As our blogging community at the BDN grows, we are seeing more and more passionate voices describing their Maine experiences in ways that make our readers connect with different aspects of Maine living. Today we thought we’d introduce you to one such voice, Erinne Magee who blogs at Without Screens where she writes about experiences her and her daughter share together living unplugged.
One of Henry David Thoreau’s most famous lines begins, “I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately…” as Maine bloggers, we have the unique opportunity to create a massive web of storytellers, each with a distinct voice, that can shape the way the world sees the place we call home. By taking the time to invest in your local community, your community will invest in you and your stories.