The Liebster Award is an award that is given to bloggers by other bloggers. Liebster in German means sweetest, kindest, nicest, dearest, beloved, lovely, kind, pleasant, valued, cute, endearing, and welcome. Continue reading
Hello everyone and welcome my blog party on Written in the Ink Blog! I’m super excited about hosting blog parties and posts where everyone can share their blog/blog post link and interact with other bloggers in the community.
Here are the guidelines for this blog party:
- You don’t have to follow me, but it would be highly recommended and appreciated.
- You can only share one working blog link to your blog so the comments don’t get crowded.
- The comments will be turned off on the 20th.
And that’s all! Comment away everyone and check out some new blogs!
Good morning everyone! Let’s read some fabulous writing together, starting with the first place winner of the autumn themed writing contest. . . Continue reading
As promised, when I reached 900+ followers I would start writing a post series about blogging and about my time blogging here on WordPress, enjoy!
Over the years of blogging and having a blog, I’ve noticed a few things bloggers do. These things include self premonition on other blogs, spamming the comment sections, mass liking of posts they haven’t even read, and the “follow for a follow”.
I’ve compiled a list of tips and tricks all bloggers should know, and some pointers for blogging successfully, and just being a better blogger in general. Continue reading
I have mentioned this before in a previous post, but I just want to do this again. I help bloggers redesign their blogs for free and I would love to help you make your dream blog come true for you, because I’ve met so many bloggers who are not satisfied with the way their blogs look, and I want to help. Continue reading
Who’s up for a spring themed poetry contest? This idea came to me while walking through my garden and looking at all the flowering plants, and I started to think up poems about spring. I want to hear from you, what kind of poetry does spring inspire you to write? Continue reading