Blog Awesome Challenge Part 2: How to Write Your First Blog Post.

Posted by Dani Gurrie in Blog, Blog Awesome Challenge on Wed, Mar 14, 2012

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About Dani Gurrie

Dani Gurrie is the founder of Tots2Tweens, a wife to Ashley and mom to Cooper and Brodie. She spends most of her days trying to find the ultimate kids-related thing that mom's will love...just to share it with her world.



11 Responses to “Blog Awesome Challenge Part 2: How to Write Your First Blog Post.”

  1. Great challenge. I’ve been blogging for awhile now but seriously blogging for less than a year. It’s time to change my About Me page to better reflect what my blog is all about. Thanks for this challenge!

  2. Thank you for all the blogging tips! I’m having a great time with the challenge.

  3. Writing now! Thank you so much for the inspiration and guidance! Everyone needs a boost, and this has been a huge help in getting my blog to have focus and content worth reading! Thanks!

  4. So glad to have you guys joining us in this challenge!! And hopefully, one of you will be coming with me to Philly!! 🙂

  5. I just rewrote my About page. Harder than I thought but feels good now that I have more focus. Now to just blog more…

    Enjoying the challenge! Thanks Dani!

  6. great tips! sticking to a theme is something that i definitely need to work on.

    also, about “about me” pages… i think it should be advised to avoid cliches there. even though i know people are being sincere, i about break out into hives when i read “i am mom to the most beautiful kids and the most amazing husband ever and i love making our house a home.” why does that drive me crazy? i don’t know! i feel that way about my family too. i guess i’d rather read, “i love to make secret handfuls of indulgent trailmix for myself in the kitchen when no one is looking- chocolate chips, craisins, marshmallows, cheerios… i don’t care what’s in it so long as i don’t have to share it with little hands. also, the trailmix must pretend to be calorie free.”

    i just re-read that sentence and have discovered that i am a bit random. don’t listen to me. 🙂

  7. Fantastic tips! Proofreading is a biggie!

  8. Love this idea. I really need to organize my blogging/writing. Units is perfect!!

  9. These are some very helpful tips! The planning part of a post is my kryptonite. I think I’m more of a start writing and see how messy it gets kind of girl. But most definitely I agree with proofread, proofread, proofread! I’ve hit publish too soon before and it wasn’t pretty.

  10. P.S. Did I mention that you shouldn’t hit publish when distracted by a teething toddler? lol

  11. Thanks for the advice again! Can I tell you, I had 7 drafted posts but no idea when I’m going to put them up, something else always pops up instead! I guess I need to work on that!

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