Ask Me Anything: About Blogging

Hi guys,

The title is self-explanatory.

Ask me anything you’d like to know about blogging. From stuff about the WordPress platform to advice on writing posts, social media, stuff like that.

I’ll be here waiting for your comments.




46 thoughts on “Ask Me Anything: About Blogging

  1. Hi Cristian,
    first thing first, I’m huge fan of your blog.
    Now the matter at hand, I struggle a lot at social media, I’m not going to say I’m an introvert because it has been said million times. But I do not feel comfortable on social medias. If I need to build a meaningful audience, what other steps would you suggest?

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    • Now, I’d say that you need to step outside your comfort zone. Don’t hide behind your fear. I know how you feel. I am an ambivert and can fluctuate a lot between the two extremes. I also used to suffer from social anxiety. Just face your fears. It’s not as bad as your mind makes it up to be.

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  2. Any advice on the use of tags? Is less more? Or is more best? What types of tags and methods should be used to ensure you reach as many people as possible?
    Can people find my blog if they are not on the WordPress platform? If so how do you know if they have?

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      • I thought I was the one to ask the questions….
        My theory…..people want to promote their work, people like to share what they write not necesarely with the intent to promote it in the sense of selling but more for them a sefworth not so much self importance. Selfworth so they say to themselves “hey people actually like this” so it validates the work they put into it. Sure there are some of self importance, keeping a diary in public would be kind of weird yet again we live in a society where people tell to the world everything they feel and do, I include myself too but I lie quite a lot in my posts…. it’s called creative writing! There is a bunch of reasons as there are bunch of different personalities.
        I should make a study about this subject


        • Or people want their words and thoughts to reach others… A serial killer wouldn’t write a blog. Keeping a diary in public is not weird. You aren’t writing about the sex moments with your parent (though there might be blogs on that too). The diary is about (mostly) what you believe in. And when you realise someone else also shares the same feelings as you, you feel much more happy.

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  3. Hello Cristian I am a new blogger and I want to thank you for giving us this platform to ask you these questions. I would like to know if blogging has made you fall more in love with writing or in what way has it changed your feelings on writing if there is any change at all. Also, what advice would you give a new blogger. Much love Cristian!

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    • Blogging everyday makes it easier to write. You develop the habit of sitting at your desk to type stuff on the PC. Also, it’s kind of different…

      Advice…just punch those damn keys. Keep writing, no matter what. Do not worry about anything else other than the words you write.


  4. I have a paid wordpress account for my poetry and prose and a free one for my gratitude journal. Do you have to pay for each paid one individually or do more than one blog off of it. I want to know because I am thinking of blogging a book to help kids get into medical school. Thanks

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