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)
I’ve touched on blogrolls in previous Question Time’s, but I’ve never actually done a specific post about them. Today I will rectify that, as I want to find out if and how you utilise them on your blog.
First of all, I hope you are having a nice Easter weekend! For this weeks question, I want to get back to you and your blogs. I’m not here to beg for more comments. Oh no. I’m here today to ask how you approach comments on your blog.
I’m going to throw out an educated guess that because the majority of my readers are film fans, at some point in your lives you will all have done what I’m here today to ask you.
I know I have just asked you about ‘tagging‘, but I really want to throw out another question to you, and therefore part 13 of this series arrives hot on the heels of the last part. I’m doing a little research into a subject I want to maybe get involved in soon. Market research you could say. I want to talk to you today about Podcasts.
I’m not talking about the online ‘blog tag’ game here don’t worry! This weeks question is all about seeing if and how you utilise the ‘tags‘ when making a post on your site.
Since it’s Valentines Day, I figured today’s question should be romantically themed. Sometimes the questions in this series can be quite serious and are about delving into you and your site. Most importantly they are about getting to know you, my faithful readers, and why you do what you do. Now with today’s question, hopefully I can see where your mind takes you when I ask the following question:
Who would be your movie character dream date?
This week I’m aiming to find out whether we all use protection on our site. Just to clarify (for the filthy minded ones interpreting it wrong!) I mean I want to find out who uses the comment moderation tool, or do you just let anything and everything get posted on your site?
Since I had a break last week and let my friend John ask a technical question, this week I want to get back to hearing people’s thoughts on their blog. More specifically, I want to know what your thoughts are on advertisements on your blog.