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Blogging Etiquette, What to Do and Not to Do

Blogging Etiquette

So for your reading pleasure, here is my list of Dos and Don’ts to become a successful blogger: My name is Bernadette Coleman and I am a blogger.

Blogging Etiquette

I have a voice and I have something to say to others interested in what I do. That doesn’t make me special. As a matter of fact, anyone with Internet access and an opinion can easily share their thoughts with the world (wide web) through a blog. You don’t need qualifications; there is no interview. It is just you and the computer. Well, that’s how it seems at first, doesn’t it? It can be easy to forget that there are real people, people like you and me (and some people who are nothing like you or me), on their own computers, reading your posts and creating their own.

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