Keywords: first post , life , new blog , storytelling , writing
So, here I am. Trying again. Focusing a lot less on being perfect and a lot more on creating purpose. Yes, the fact that I’m typing this conversation-style post full of grammatical errors is causing the pastime English major in me to cringe, but it’s fine (for now). Someone once told me that a “finished something” is sometimes better than a “perfect nothing”.
See also: “There (but for the Grace of God) Go I” [ https://socio.business.blog/2022/12/31/there-but-for-the-grace-of-god-go-i ]
Keywords: business , culture , guides
When you establish yourself as the host, you become the point person to go to. This opens up more opportunities for you to be the main point of contact for other new entrants. In both professional and social settings, this accelerates the rate of expanding your social circle and empowers you to organise future events or bond the community.https://singaporeglobalnetwork.gov.sg/stories/business/the-secret-to-building-networks-quickly-in-a-new-place-wfh-edition
Keywords: blogger, blogging tips, how to grow your audience as a blogger, how to monetize your blog
My advice to new bloggers would be to think about their blog as a stepping stone. Obviously the world of blogging has changed a lot, there are many blogs out there now. However that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t start one. There are a lot of companies that make white t-shirts and they still sell. I think if you’re creating a blog right now you have to think past the digital space.https://empeysworld.com/2020/05/26/lifestyle-blogger-laurenolauren-shares-tips-that-can-help-new-bloggers-navigate-the-world-of-blogging