Less is more~!


Now that’s a Daily prompt that I haven’t seen before and I can’t resist to answer.

Less is more, that would be my advice, it I would have to nail it down to one advice only.Don’t write or post for numbers, write for you own fun and don’t overdue it. Some bloggers think they have to post every day, some of them even 3-5 times a day, that’s only necessary if you blog for numbers. Don’t feel the pressure to do that. The readers and followers will come over time and posting here on the Daily prompt is a good way to start.

Post every day, if you want to. Take a break if you need one, because let’s be honest, there is a life away from your computer. Make your own rules. It has to feel good, don’t let it become a routine, because that would make it a chore and that takes the fun out of everything.

Less is more. Quality over quantity. Write and post when you feel like it, not because you feel you need to. This is your blog; your blog…your rules. Enjoy your blog, play with it and have fun with your new blogging friends. It’s a great community, don’t be scared. Dive right in.

Nice to meet you new bloggers. Welcome~!



Key Takeaway

Give your newer sisters and brothers-in-WordPress one piece of advice based on your experiences blogging.

If you’re a new blogger, what’s one question you’d like to ask other bloggers?

18 thoughts on “Less is more~!

  1. Quality and consistency. I’ve experimented all different ways, but it turns out, people like seeing what they “tuned in for” in the first place. If you keep changing you style, no one hangs around long. And DEFINITELY ABSOLUTELY NO QUESTION, less IS more! Especially in word count!

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    • One of my favorite Mark Twain quotes: “I didn’t have time for a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.”

      I guess it depends how you look at it. I like long posts, if they are NEW and worth reading. It depends on the subject mostly.

      You and I post for different reasons, so I don’t think we can give each other advice to begin with.

      I followed many new bloggers and many of them quit, because they felt overwhelmed. Younger people have a family and kids to take care of, they have a job…blogging can be overwhelming if you feel you have to.


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