I always have fun when I get to talk to Seth, and today we talk about the tour for his brand-new book, his recent Twitter party (and how you can host one of these your own self), and how we want our own radio show.
In the final post of his series, Your Blog, Your Way, Seth Apter reviews his 10 Cs of blogging, including the final C—Celebration, reminding us of the reason we blog in the first place.
Seth stresses the importance of tending to our blogs the way we would lovingly care for a garden because our blogs are frequently the only connection most readers will ever have with us.
Seth explains the value of simply being true to yourself and being willing to be vulnerable as key elements in increasing the level of creativity for your art blog.
While free expression is valued by all of us, Seth shares why you might want to keep political, social or other hot topis expressed through your art and not through the words of your blog posts.
This month, Seth encourages us to look at our blogs in terms of composition and how important first impressions really are.
This month, Seth has us thinking about comments (one of his 10 Cs of Blogging) and the way in which they foster community online.
This month, Seth gets down to the nuts and bolts of your blog by discussing the importance of having good content.
Seth tells us to take Community—the third “C” of his 10 Cs of blogging—into account when we are writing our blog posts.
This month, Seth starts introducing us to the first of his “10 Cs of Blogging,” starting with Consistency and Continuity.