Blogging Best Practices – Part One

by Joanna Pineda Posted on July 21, 2010

A couple of months ago, I had the pleasure of conducting a webinar on Blogging Best Practices with my friend, blogger and activist Shaun Dakin, Director of Business Development at Infield Communications.  Shaun and I are passionate bloggers and we each had a lot to say about what we think it takes to be a good blogger and have a successful and well-read blog!  Here are some of the take-aways from the webinar:

Okay, so this is Part One.  In Part Two of Blogging Best Practices, I’ll discuss how to write content that encourages participation, what we think about allowing comments on blogs, and how to promote your blog.

In the meantime, I’d love to know about your blogging success stories.  What has worked for you?  Do you agree or disagree with the best practices that Shaun and I outlined above?

4 replies on “Blogging Best Practices – Part One”

We don’t have a blog for our company yet but we will come back to this post as a reference – it sounds like good advice. Especially the “timing” and not exhausting readers – weekly sounds like a good plan.


You have stimulated my energies to start blogging–I’ve been putting it off long enough. Your advice seems well-rounded and reasonable. Thank you!

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