Two never before things I did on my blog post yesterday:
- I opened up.
- I cursed.
I emotionally opened up about a situation I had in my personal life, I have never done that before. I needed to gt my first and most followed advice out and I needed to confirm it with a personal experience.
I also cursed, I have never ever cursed on any platform, yet I occasionally do it in real life, let’s face it, we all do it at one point or another.
Yesterday’s post was a beginning of a new era for my blogging journey, what did you think about it? Comment below and let me know, I like some feedback.
Now that I am back and committed to blogging again, you may ask, what’s your plan?
- At least 1 blog post every weekday.
- At least 50% of my posts will be useful information.
- I know I need to change the design… ASAP!
- I know I need to change some back-end settings… ASAP!
- Promote my other services: 25%
- Talk about my personal life: 25%
- Stay calm and drink tea!
I’m also thinking about creating a brand new blog to talk about my personal life as this blog was a created for business. What do you think? Comment below.
It was said before that having a number in your WordPress posts link is good for seo. I’m not sure if this is still true, I’ll have to check on that.
So, when I setup this blog some 33 years ago , I did put that fact in my considerations. My options in terms of numbers were the date or the post id within the permalinks. I thought the post id is better and easier to type.
We all know that a post id is just the post number. After writing my post this morning, the link that was generated for the post showed my post id (see for yourself) and that number was 1000.
Now, granted that done posts ended in the trash, and some was never published, but hey, that’s a 1000 blog post/articles in this blog and I’m not even a writer!
Pretty darn good huh?