I spent the whole day personalizing my blog by modifying, adding, deleting, or creating custom widgets. As usual, I got bored, so, I decided to search for other blogs to check out the form not content this time. I just wanted to see how other bloggers add their personality to their sites and which features they used to attract their readers.
The Rapid E-Learning Blog
by Tom Kuhlmann caught my whole attention. The layout of his blog is comfortable to the eyes and it is so easy to navigate and browse its stuff. Really, it is highly recommended because:
- This guy shares so great tips, tricks, free resources and many opportunities for e-learning success.
Viewing his about page, he seems conducting community-based e-learning face-to-face workshops and events providing practical tips, inspirational examples, free downloads, and expert advice. In addition, I found many golden chances for self-learning and all that for free. Here are two of them:
I do many things these days …
I will go back there to start off another e-dventure once I have some time.
Day Ten’s assignment during the “#blogging101” course is to:
Create a blogroll to share a few links you love.
I created a new link category and called it “Featured Blogs.” I’ll keep sharing one blog a week telling my audience why I chose it. Of course, my readers will be eager to know who will be the next.
Retrieved on July 18, 2015
My featured blog this week is “Impromptu Promptlings” by Calen Sariel. Beside the title that’s linked to the blog’s URL, I added an image, and a short description to help my visitors get an idea about what they are going to read.
- The author talks about a variety of topics, e.g., creative writing, poetry, fiction, quotes, books, insightful reflections, and more.
- She is a prolific creative writer. You will notice that she always updates her blog daily more than once.
- I love her interaction with the audience. One of her techniques to do so is leaving questions at the end of her posts to engage her readers and encourage them to talk about their experiences.
- Always she responds to others’ comments and queries.
- She follows her readers and leaves comments on their blogs building a bridge for connection and more discussion.
Let’s visit Calen’s blog and enjoy!
What do you think of this idea?