After several days of manually restoring the images and photos, I am glad to inform everyone that Blogineering is back on track. We will be posting blog tips, tricks, and tutorials again.
We still have to update the WordPress.com Tutorial Series since the images there were screenshots from a previous version of WordPress. Other than those posts, most of the tutorials are already updated. Please feel free to explore the Archives and Post List pages.
Now that you have kick-started your blog, it is important, especially during your first three months of blogging, to really remain committed to it. Posting at least one good article per day is one way. It doesn’t have to be super long article (if such is the case, you can break it and make it a two-part post – just as what I am doing in this blog post). The idea is to have that impression that your blog is up-to-date, and that you really care about your blog.
But of course, you have to make sure that the articles you will write and post are of good quality and are original content. Regardless of the tips you will find here at Blogineering, if you will write poorly, then readers won’t surely revisit your blog again.
Before we move on to the tips that you should consider during the first three months of your blogging, why “first three months?” We think that blogging is, in a way, a habit that you develop if you put your mind into it, and if you do it regularly. It’s just like exercising. During the first few weeks, it will feel great and you feel definitely committed to doing it. However, there will come a time that you will skip a day, or two, or three, or a week. And the drive won’t be there anymore. But you will realize that once you developed that habit of making sure that you will do it at least once a day, you will definitely be driven to hit the gym at least for an hour each day. By the end of three months, blogging, or exercising, will be a part of your daily routine. It is like developing a commitment. Continue reading
Searching the term “blogineering” will result in quite a few hits; one is about a blog on science, technology and engineering; while the other one is the handle of one internet marketer and online entrepreneur.
But Blogineering.com is different. Our aim here is to help people who are interested to start blogging by providing the guides, tips, and tricks to handle the “back-end processes” in setting up a blog. Is it going to be a self-hosted blog or one in established hosts? What to consider when setting up the blog/website? Which provider to use, or what other services to acquire? Continue reading