Do you have resolutions for your blog for 2010? My goal is to not put pressure on myself to write if I'm not feeling funny, and to not care so much what people might think of my content. I want to have fun blogging again. How about you?
Funny, my new years resolution for my blog is the opposite of yours. I am just getting started and I want to keep myself motivated and active with my new blog. I have a resolution to stay active and do at least 10 posts per month.
-To consistently provide great content
-To increase readers (Why work hard on content if as many as possible are not seeing it?)
-I realize that I don't really like ads, so I'll be focusing on a couple of "good fit" sponsorships.
I also put to much pressure on myself last year and burned out. It was my first year, and I did really learn a lot though. I already have plans for making it more fun this year. And ... as you mentioned, not to care so much what other people might think.
I would like to get more involved with the giveaway blogs out there and check out more of them. My main blog goal is to get a new DSLR camera and incorporate some cool photographs.
My blogversary is this year so I have a lot to look forward to.
i plan to spend entire month of January, revitalizing my older posts, the ones which have no individual pr value..
Hence i will do newer posts only from feb onwards.
They will be not too many ( 1 or 2 per week max), planned, designed for best search engine visibility and well worked on.
My aim is to get my blog to a critical mass where it is loved by search engines too and continue to maintain it via networking like i have been doing till now.
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