I have been blogging for almost two years. Many times after publishing my post I have found out that there are many typos and grammatical errors and there are times when I read an older post of mine I feel that I could have done it lot better. Recently I read an article How to Write Like a Professional and I found it quiet useful. I thought it would be nice to share in my blog. I’ve posted the main points from the article.
- Understand Your Purpose
- Know Your Audience
- Create Outline
- Start Writing
- Always Edit The First Draft
I’ve decided I want to blog more. Rather than just thinking about doing it, I’m starting right now. I will be posting on this blog once a day for all of 2011.
I know it won’t be easy, but it might be fun, inspiring, awesome and wonderful. Therefore I’m promising to make use of The DailyPost, and the community of other bloggers with similiar goals, to help me along the way, including asking for help when I need it and encouraging others when I can.
If you read my blog, I hope you’ll encourage me with comments, likes, and good will along the way.
<Aron Nirmal Rosario. A>
So finally the long awaited option for wordpress hosted blogs have come. WordPress in their official blog said that they have added a tweet button as an option to all wordpress.com blogs.
A small tweet button will be displayed at the end of the post.they will be shown a popup that includes a shortened link to your post. Readers can add in a quick message, and then hit “Tweet” to send the post to their Twitter feed as a tweet — all without leaving the blog.
Additionally, each time a reader tweets your post, you’ll know it: The tool keeps a live tally of tweets, so you’re never in the dark about how your blog posts are performing in the Twittersphere.To enable the button on your blog please visit the “Appearance > Extras” menu and select the “Show a Twitter Tweet Button on my posts” option.