7 New Year’s Resolutions to Make Your #Blog More User-Friendly | Daily Echo

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Sue Vincent is sharing some great tips here to help make your blogs more user friendly. Many bloggers may not be aware of the importance of these tips to help make sure your blog gets recognized.


7 New year’s resolutions to make your blog more user-friendly.


You’ve done all the celebrating, the world is slowly getting back to normal and the Easter eggs are already crowding the shelves of the supermarket (yes, really). Many New Year’s resolutions have already been broken, slightly bent or put off till after the weekend… but there are a few easy ones that you can implement that will make your blog far more user-friendly… you could check off one per day for the next week. Once done, they take care of themselves and help readers make the most of your site……”  READ TIPS HERE


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  1. Thanks for reblogging, Debby 🙂

    1. Great article Sue! 🙂

  2. Great tips, Debby. Thanks!

    1. Thanks for reading Dan. 🙂

  3. Thanks for sharing; I must have seen it already because I had already liked it on Sue Vincent’s post 🙂

    1. Good to know you’re making the circuit John. Yes, I reblogged Sue’s most informative post. 🙂

  4. Thanks sharing Debbie. Very helpful.

    1. Always glad to help Adam. Stay tuned for tomorrow’s post. 🙂

  5. Thanks for sharing. I once made a detailed spreadsheet checklist for effective blogging for a group of bloggers I used to hold a Google Hangout with.

    1. I’m sure it was helpful. Many bloggers just enjoy blogging and don’t know a lot of what goes on behind the scenes of blogging. 🙂

    1. Thanks Tess. 🙂

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