I’ve been doing this for over five years and I thought I would share some Warhammer Blogging Tips. It was a blog like my own that inspired me to start. Sadly it’s now inactive. Never miss an article? Subscribe! But I’d bet some Imperial Credits that somewhere out there, a reader of this blog is starting or thinking of starting a blog of their own. Hopefully, it’ll be about a righteous arm of the Imperium and not about an enemy of mankind! Chaos and Xenos support may exit now. Overview The topics I’ll cover can be split into some broad […] The post Warhammer Blogging Tips appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
Image (cc) Ivy Dawned, on FlickrWay back when, round about 2010, there was something called the RPG blogosphere. It was awesome. It was like some kind of interconnected network of blogs, a web that went worldwide. Then with the increasing uptake of "social media" the blogosphere dwindled - but now it's back I think it's important that we keep it running.CommentWe like comments, that's why we have them enabled. These blogs are public spaces to share thoughts, ideas, and resources and feedback is always welcome; nobody likes to think they're just shouting into The Void. As a bonus, comments on blogs add links back to the author's blog and links mean a) more curious traffic shuttles between them and b) better SEO because it counts as a word of mouth recommendation as far as search engine spiders are concerned. It was part of the original design philosophy and it's why spammers spam and why some blogs have limitations on who can comment, or require moderation.This is a social medium, so let