What Do You Want To Know About Blogging

Kyle Reed // @kylereed

I am curious, what are some things that you want to know more about in blogging?

Whatever it is go ahead and let it be known in the comments.

There are no stupid questions here. Trust me, I have probably asked them all before or would ask them myself.

But you would be helping me out a ton if you could list some questions that you are curious about when thinking about blogging.

*kyle

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Kyle Reed

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I create websites, conversations, and ideas. Advocate for the 20 somethings. Looking to connect everyone to a mentor. Married to my best friend, Ginny. I like my coffee black and my dog Jack. I currently live in Nashville and work at Sony Music/Provident in Nashville
  • http://theperkinsblog.net Michael

    How do I get more people to share my posts. I know that sounds really vain, but I would like that. I get good convo, but not a lot of sharing.

  • http://www.twitter.com/clscholes Conor

    Is it better to keep the blog personal, or crossover between life and ministry, since they blend together so much? I haven’t started a blog yet, just explored the possibility.

  • http://acalledlife.blogspot.com Mindy

    I am in awe of people who blog daily. I suppose that helps improve/maintain readership but I just don’t know how they do it. I feel I am doing good if I have quality stuff to post three times a week. So I guess my question is twofold…how do “they” have the inspiration to write so frequently and is it better to not post if I am uninspired or if I perceive my work to be not-quality stuff?

    Okay…when I think of it, only a small percentage of the blogs I read actually post daily.

  • http://www.messiahmom.wordpress.com kristinherdy

    a few months ago, I tried to start a Friday theme-post. It tanked and no one responded, but I wasn’t getting a lot of comments back then, anyway. I still really like the idea, but I’m wonerding, how many times should you try something new and different on your blog before giving up on it?