7 New year’s resolutions to make your blog more user-friendly

Points 1, 2, 3 and 5 are pet dislikes of mine – I love learning more about people who call over and ‘like’ or comment on the posts and, like Sue, I want to be able to call you something other than ‘thecatwhogotthecream’ type name.
If you’re a blogger, you WILL lose followers for your blog!
If you’re an author, you WILL lose potential readers for your books.
Even I tell you my name, even though I use a logo type avatar!

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You’ve done all the celebrating, the world is slowly getting back to normal and the Easter eggs are already crowding the shelves of the supermarket (yes, really). Many New Year’s resolutions have already been broken, slightly bent or put off till after the weekend… but there are a few easy ones that you can implement that will make your blog far more user-friendly… you could check off one per day for the next week. Once done, they take care of themselves and help readers make the most of your site.

1. Name
I love the social side of the blogosphere… I love being on first-name terms with people and being able to share a few moments… except, there are a good many bloggers who give neither a name, nor any reasonable substitute. There are a good many people who choose to remain anonymous in their writings, for any number…

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9 thoughts on “7 New year’s resolutions to make your blog more user-friendly

  1. I have tried to put my real name on my social pages. Most, anyway. There are, however, some I wish to remain anonymous on. As for pages of other people; yeah, I am confused when I cannot find a name to use. (It’s not too hard to confuse me, I guess.)

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