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Just when you thought you had enough...even MORE Blogging tips!

Elizabeth shares some Blogging Tips: "Every time I come across something that I think would make a good blog post, I write the title or the facts in the eBlogger Dashboard section and save it as a draft. Eventually I come back to my topics and the facts that I have collected. They usually come from my reading or barn experience. Sometimes topics sit in my draft pile for days before I get to them. Sometimes life is busy here, and I don't get to polish my writing as much.

I spend a lot of time trying to think of catchy titles for my blog posts. I like catchy titles. It isn't easy thinking them up though!

I would like to learn more about html because I would like to jazz up my blog with photos, icons, and other cool things like that. A man I know from church has a very cool blog. He puts video and audio on his blog on a regular basis! I haven't had time to learn how to do that yet.

I experiment with "copied" html code. I find a site that generates the html code for me. (I find those sites on other blogs. Just click on whatever it is they have that you like.) I put the code into the template on my Dashboard. I preview the page, and see if it worked. Sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn't. If it works, I save the edits. If not, I delete them. My Mom told me that blogspot doesn't have as many "bells and whistles" as some other blogging sites. But blogspot is free, so that is why I am using it for now.

The best part about blogging by far is getting comments!! I appreciate everyone who takes the time to post a comment. Thank you! It is a lot more fun than writing compositions that only my Mom or brother would read!

OK. Now it is your turn to give me blogging tips. I want to know how you (Jess and Liza) get those neat little dotted lines on the side bar of your blog. I have tried to put more space between things in my sidebar, but haven't figured out how to do it yet. I am not good at figuring out how to reorganize my sidebar. Thank you for any tips!"


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