This marks the occasional blogging tip series inspired by a comment on a blog that warranted a tip series about comments on blogs. Make sense?
While I didn’t read the actual blog post, I did read a comment on the post (not sure how that happened), and it went something like this:
“Thanks for this post about whether I should comment on my own blog when someone comments. I now won’t do it because I think the comment section is for the voice of the reader and not me because they already heard my voice in the post.”
GASP! I AM AGOG!Read More →
Yesterday, we addressed how better to understand blogging voice beginning with a look at video blogging. By using examples within others’ writings, voice becomes more apparent. In the first part to this series, there was a quick exercise to get a baseline of your own blogging efforts. Today, we’ll further our quest for blogging voice with several exercises to identify and develop a strengthened voice on your blog.
So, here’s a quick review:
Determine the type of voice you want to portray and write with
Observe others’ styles of voice and begin to emulate that approach to a degree
Use the exercises yesterday and today to strengthen your purpose and “sound”
Develop your voice with consistent writing and get comfortableRead More →
Just how does one find blogging voice?
The answer is…elusive! Not sure there is a solid answer, but at the bottom of this article we ought to have a much better understanding of what the hoopla is about a vlogger’s voice.
When I typed “blogger” in the last sentence, it came up “vlogger,” and I am so grateful that happened whilst sitting in the middle seat in a full airplane cabin pecking letters one by one because the batteries died in my iPad keyboard.
So, instead of using merely a blogger to understand voice, let’s first explore the world of vlogging as it relates to that. Video blogging is so much more visual which makes it easier to illustrate the concept of voice.Read More →
There’s nothing like a Southern Belle to lighten up the Soulati Media On The Street screen with all her smarts and twang. Hear today from Ms. Adrienne Jandler, president of Atlantic Webworks in Greensboro, NC and Myrtle Beach, SC.
She rocks the tips about websites and why she thinks mobile and/or responsive design is best…wait, which is it? Mobile or responsive? Both, neither, either?
Listen right here to Adrienne and then go read her blog right here, too.Read More →
Soulati Media On The Street brings Randy Bowden, of Bowden 2 Bowden Marketing, to the screen from the New South Digital Marketing Conference May 17, 2013 in Myrtle Beach.
Randy makes it his goal to attend as many conferences within driving distance as possible. Why? You can find that answer right here when you listen to Randy’s answer as Jayme tries to act a bit southern and fails.Read More →