Feature & Follow Friday – What I’ve Learned

August 17, 2013 Feature and Follow 0

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow
Gain new followers and make new friends with the Book Blogger Feature & Follow! This is a blog hop that allows bloggers to gain new followers and find some awesome new blogs to follow themselves!


The Feature & Follow is hosted by TWO hosts, Parajunkee of Parajunkee’s View and Alison of Alison Can Read. Each host has a blog that they feature each week!


So, if you’re a blogger, come join in on the fun!

Here’s today’s question –

Q: Share something you’ve learned about book blogging or just blogging in general in the last month.

Oh my!  As a relatively new blogger (I’ve been blogging for about 6 months or so), I feel like I am still constantly learning new things.  Just recently, Roxanne over at Bewitching Book Tours sent out a great email to her new tour hosts, which I thought was a great idea!  I learned a lot from just this one email – some things that probably should have been obvious (like the fact that “top post” means that the post should be the last post of the morning, not the first – um, oops!) and some that were just great information (like a service to use to automatically put my posts up on Twitter).

I also just finally learned how to schedule a post earlier this month – I know it’s not hard, I just never noticed that option over there. I’m sure there are tons more obvious things like this that I will be figuring out as I go along.  Still, I’m proud that I don’t completely feel like a newbie anymore.  I think I’ve made some real progress!  

Now, I’ve got to go read what everyone else has learned this month because I’m sure I’ll learn some more new things too! 

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