Good day everyone! As you already know from my previous post, I will be blogging much more regularly from now on, but I did not specify whether that would be on this one or my old one. Well, I hope this ‘reblog’ would clarify everything – it’s this post from IaATR@Blogger but placed in a WordPress format. The the post was written in a Blogger-specific context. Just for the record, there is no convenient way of reblogging Blogger posts on WordPress and vice versa. What you’d have to do to ‘reblog’ is to copy and paste the content like the way I did here. Continue reading
I promised myself before to publish a new post each weekend so that I could be a consistent blogger worthy of global attention. For most part I kept to this promise and posted something on Friday or Saturday, the weekend days here in Egypt. However today, I realised that many successful bloggers here publish on an almost daily basis – ranging from a post a day to even a post every several hours.
I follow quite a few blogs here but each time I look into my news feed, I’d have 6 to 14 new posts each day calling out to me. I make the effort to look into what new stuff are in store – maybe an uplifting inspirational story or a travel journal to a far-away land. The thing is though, I often see the same names popping up in my reader feed and they are the most prolific – posting about 2 to 7 posts a day. With the amount they post each day, it would be impossible for me to catch up with every single post.
As a loyal follower, I hope I am not expected to read everything. But what if I am in the place of that blogger – the one who has around hundreds of followers on WordPress and beyond, whose readers expect a regular serving of fresh written entertainment? What if I had that pressure on me to keep going and to produce quality pieces all the time? Continue reading
It has been a little more than about a week since I first switched sides to join the WordPress family. All week I’ve been spending my free time fiddling around with my blog’s appearance and settings to make it more reader-friendly. I hope you like the way it looks now, because it’s likely that it’ll stay that way.
Last week on, my best blogging friend ASpaceWithin nominated me for the Versatile Blogger Award! Thank you so much! I never expected to be nominated so soon :P. I never got nominated before in my old Blogger blog, so I was a little clueless at first on what to do. I had a read of ASpaceWithin’s post about her award after her nomination, but I felt like it wasn’t enough to understand what this blog really means. Continue reading
Welcome WordPress, Goodbye Google Blogger
It’s a new year, a perfect time to make a fresh start. For me, I’d like to make that fresh start by making the move that will forever change the (short) history of my blogging career: switching to WordPress.
For those who are reading this from my WordPress site for the first time, allow me to give a bit of explanation. Before starting up this site here, I had this exact same blog hosted in Blogger. The blog has the same name “Аку Ўартаўан Рәмажа – I Am A Teenage Reporter” with a slightly different address: http://iamateenagereporter.blogspot.com. This blog has been running for over a year now. When I transferred from Blogger to WordPress, I migrated almost all of my blog content without any changes. All posts, images and comments I have made previously on the Blogger site are retained in this one. As a result, it may seem like this WordPress blog is over a year old, but it’s not.
For those who are reading this from Blogger site, I have written and posted this simultaneously on both sites. I am still posting here because a lot of traffic still come here anyway and that my WordPress blog is relatively new. FYI my new WordPress blog is at this address: http://iamateenagereprter.wordpress.com. It is the same blog with the same content, just with a different design theme and address. Why am I making the move? I will explain down below…