Blog post re-share: 7 Telltale Signs Of A Desperate Blogger — Renard’s World

I am re-sharing this blog post which I am so happy Renard has written. There are many things mentioned in this post that is also a bug bear to me, because I find it happens in my blog too.
I have mentioned in the past some of these things on my blog, that I will not allow and I will be raising something again in a chit-chat post later this month. But until then, I share this post, because I could not say it any better than it has already been said in this blog post. Do pop on over and have a read.

Seven telltale signs of a desperate blogger are highlighted.

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Blog post re-share: Mental Health Keep Fit Group — Bipolar? It’s not all doom and gloom

Clive has started a fitness group called, ‘Mind your steps.’ He is determined to get fitter and he hopes you will join in too and get fit together. It doesn’t matter what fitness level you are at. You can be a complete beginner. The idea of this group is to support one another in being more active, which helps towards better mental health, as well as you being healthy.

Read more at his blog on this and join in.

Hi all. Carrying on from my previous post regarding keeping fit. I’m determined to get myself a bit fitter again, and would love it if some of you would to join me. Even if no one is interested I’ll have to do it alone. I thought I would name this mental health keep fit group […]

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Blog post re-share: 5 EZ Steps : Google Images “Labeled for Reuse” — Branching Out

Another blog post re-share for this morning.
This blog post re-share is from Ren, at Branching Out. This was something I did not know that you could do when it came to searching this way for images on Google. A very useful post and something new I had learnt.

When using Google images in posts, I want to be sure I am not stepping on any toes or infringing on Copywrites of others. I mean, I would not want others doing that to me. So what do I do? I use the following simple technique:

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Blog post re-share: Day 2. British Airways i360 and Brighton Pavilion — Love Travelling

I love Brighton and miss being back here.
I wanted to re-share this blog post by Little Miss Traveller, at Love Travelling, as she has been round parts of Brighton I have seen. The only exception is, I have not been on the i360 yet, but it was advertised to show what they were building soon. But as much as I have a fear of heights, for those that knew me from my deaf blogging days, will know that going on this was one of my plans.

Do enjoy reading Miss Little Traveller’s blog post on sights around Brighton and I hope you admire Brighton as much as I do.

After waking early we caught the Coastliner 700 bus service into the centre of Brighton. Before leaving home our original plan had been to travel into Brighton by train but on noticing these buses passing along Worthing’s seafront at ten minute intervals we opted for the Coastliner instead. Despite the journey time by road taking […]

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A note regarding leaving comments on my blog, or emails.

Thankfully, it doesn’t happen very often, but I would like to remind readers and commenters, that when you come across my blog in what ever way you discover me, please be courteous.

Being polite is the obvious one here, to me and other readers that leave comments on my blog posts. Thankfully, I have had nothing but polite.

But what I am getting, is comments on the lines of “please read my blog.”  I have found these comments in my spam and this blog I follow already. The commenter just leaves this comment and it’s happened several times, even before I chose to follow. Had it not been in spam, I would have made it spam. This is dam right rude and if you only leave this kind of comment on people’s blogs like mine, then you will find it doesn’t go down very well with bloggers. It’s spam and it’s not polite. Please be courteous and leave appropriate comments to my blog posts, or don’t leave one at all and like wise when you discover other blogs you like.

Make an effort to mingle with other other bloggers at their blogs as well as mine, making a conversion. That is the way you are likely to build your followers. But by just doing the above over and over, won’t get you anywhere, other than losing me as a follower, on what seems like a good blog and that type of comment won’t get aired.

And those that email me for requests to write a guest post on mine and some keep pestering reminding me I haven’t got back. If you observe and read my blog policy page, I don’t accept guest posts anymore and have not done for some time. It’s made very clear on my blog that I ignore these requests and same goes for requests to add links to my blog. This is made very clear too.

Rant over! Was there anything you did not get?

And yes, comment closed on this post, as not to encourage spammers.


Blog post re-share: Bipolar Mentorship Group

Clive has set up a bipolar group on Facebook, where people can meet up chat.
He had set up a mentorship on the group’s page where you can either have a mentor, or be a mentor too.

Take a look at his blog post for further details and where you will find the link to the Facebook group, at the end of his post.

Living With Bipolar Disorder

Hi all. This might be just be another one of my many ideas I have, that never really comes to nothing, lol. I setup a bipolar Facebook group a while back, but it never really took off. I’ve only been blogging for a couple of weeks, but in this short time I’ve spoke to some really nice bloggers.

I’ve been thinking, it would be nice to have a little group of fellow bipolar bloggers, where we can all have a chat. It would be a place to come for a chat, rant, laugh, or you might just want a friendly ear to listen. I’ve setup a mentorship program on the group, where you can have a mentor, or be a mentor, that’s just an option. Although the name of the group is “Bipolar Mentorship Group” it’s for anyone no matter what mental health condition you suffer from.


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