1. That it’s difficult to keep track of all of my followers, but it’s necessary to do.
2. That some people read quite a bit of my blog, when a particular topic catches their attention.
3. That some people only read what they click on.
4. That there are some genuinely good people in the blogosphere (and, I am grateful to be getting to know them).
5. That, as a high achiever, I want to do better today than what I did yesterday.
6. That kindness is everything when trying to connect.
7. That there are jerks out there (even in the mental health portion of the blogosphere).
8. That humor counts for a lot!
9. That there is a good amount of information out there.
10. That misinformation is rampant everywhere.
11. That you should use small resolution pictures in your blog posts.
12. That I do most of my writing when I am inspired.
13. That there’s always a market for good content.
14. That the more I stay focused, the better blogger I become.
15. That I can get lost in my blog.
16. That I can get lost in other people’s blogs.
17. That the more expressive I am (women tend to be naturals in this area), the better my results.
18. That I can recognize when people have put a lot of work into their blog.
19. That I can recognize when a blog needs more work (including my own).
20. That a number of people put emphasis on churning out longer blog posts.
21. That paragraphs are inherently longer in the blogosphere.
These are just some of the things I’ve learned!
And, I’ve definitely learned more than 21 things these past 10 weeks.
How long have you been blogging? What are a few things that you have learned since you started?