Our main man Tyson is out for a bit, dealing with some personal importance and when I asked if I could help him out, he couldn’t fund me a trip to the top of England so he suggested writing up a post to feed his hungry readers. So I agreed and, while I would never be able to fill his lengthy (saddle-backed) shoes, I hope this will work for you. This is something I’ve been thinking about for a while and figure that this is a good place to ask the question – WHY do you blog?
This week I want to talk about something some of you may already be on the verge of doing; hitting delete on this post email notification. So please, don’t delete it just yet, and try to find the time to come and read the rest of the post and join in the discussion!
WordPress is still not fixed for a lot of us here in the UK. No end is in sight, and they have no idea when it will all be sorted. However, I have been able to post on your sites and comment here, so things are slowly getting back to normal. I am still going into spam on some of your sites, but that aside things are becoming more manageable. Thank you to everyone that said nice things on my issues post last week. I just couldn’t get on to reply, but now I can and want to get some regular posts back, like I used to have. So that leads me on to this weeks Question Time.
First of all, I just want to offer a quick apology due to my absence, both on my site here and in frequenting your posts. My comments and likes will return, although I seem to be having a similar issue to a few of you, and my comments are going into your spam folder. If you see a like on your page, please double check and see if my comment has been spammed. Feel free to leave it in there if you like, but hopefully comments will go back to normal!
This week I want to talk about the topic I’m trying to take my site back to. As film categories go, horror is quite a broad term. So if I’m asking you to specify a movie or two, I should at least set some kind of parameters.
Whilst I’m taking a mini hiatus, I’d still like to keep this feature running and therefore I’m back with another entry in the series. As a quick reminder to all my guest contributors, since all the IMDB reviews will be getting removed from my site this week, if you do want to copy your review, and still haven’t done so, please be sure to do it before Thursday. Thanks again to everyone involved!! Right then, onto the question.
I’m going to go out on a limb and assume you’ve all read reviews on movies at some point in your lives. Chances are there have been some that you disagree with. I know I have, sometimes on my site here and other times I’ll stop by one of your sites and disagree with what I’m reading. That’s the beauty with movies – we all like different things.
This week I want to talk to you about respect. More specifically, the respect we have and show for our fellow bloggers.
This week I want to get to know a little bit about if and how you incorporate other bloggers into your site. I have highlighted a few examples, and there might even be some tips on offer for those looking to build and increase their community (Note: Tips are not guaranteed, if these methods don’t work please see my lawyer, Mr Mark Walker)