Blogging Insights — Best If Read By Date — Reblog from This, That, and The Other

For this week’s Blogging Insights, Dr. Tanya has explained two terms that, in the context of blogging, are new to me: “evergreen” and “topical.” She explains that “evergreen” content is content that continues to be relevant long past its publication so that it always remains sustainable and fresh. “Topical,” or timely content, has relevance and […] Blogging Insights — Best If Read By Date — This, … Continue reading Blogging Insights — Best If Read By Date — Reblog from This, That, and The Other

Blogging Insights 11-9-2020 — Reblog from sparksfromacombustiblemind

https://saltedcaramel670.wordpress.com/2020/11/09/blogging-insights-54-evergreen-vs-topical-content/ Evergreen content is content that continues to be relevant long past its publication so that it always remains sustainable and fresh. Topical, or timely content has relevance and significance for a limited period of time. TODAY’S QUESTIONS: Evergreen or Topical content, which do you prefer writing? Which do you write most often? Which of […] Blogging Insights 11-9-2020 — sparksfromacombustiblemind Continue reading Blogging Insights 11-9-2020 — Reblog from sparksfromacombustiblemind

Sprint or Marathon Reblog from Jim Adams

Originally posted on A Unique Title For Me:
Today Dr. Tanya is asking questions which I feel relate more to the professional bloggers than the casual ones, which I am.  I play chess, but I don’t play like a grand master, calculating all of the moves that my opponent might make and trying to stay 10 steps ahead of them.  Most of my posts are… Continue reading Sprint or Marathon Reblog from Jim Adams