8 Comments

  1. Danny

    Hi Shiela! This blog really covers everything for someone wanting to start their own blog website. Well done. I got quite a few chuckles while reading too!

    P.S. We need to get Luther a little laptop!

    • Luther does need a laptop and he’s been asking. LOL! I’m also glad you got a few chuckles. We need more laughter in the world – and my passion is to make that happen as often as possible!

      Thank you for stopping by. Your presence was much appreciated!

      Peace, and make it a great day.
      Sheila.

  2. M.G.

    Hi,
    Great perspective, I like the way you cut out all the technical jargon and get straight to the point, I enjoyed reading every word.
    Thanks

    • Thank you so much for your compliment. I’m sort of a free spirit with technical functionality and perspective, but I enjoy presenting information in a way that’s sprinkled with humor and easy to read and understand. I’m glad you enjoyed the perspective!

      Thank you so much for stopping by and taking time to comment! I hope you have a great and peaceful week.

      Peace, and make it a great day!
      Sheila.

  3. Hi Sheila, Thank you for sharing. Your blog is informative and entertaining. Engaging readers is a talent that you use very well. Through reading your post, I learned about affiliate marketing, Wealthy Affiliate, and blogging in general.
    Keep up the good work!

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed the read. I love Wealthy Affiliate as much as I love writing. I like the thought of being informative and entertaining and want my readers to enjoy their time…and hopefully learn something new. Who knew the world of binge blogging and affiliate marketing could be so fun? I did.

      Thank you for your compliments and thank you for taking time to stop by and share your thoughts! 🙂 I’m so appreciative.

      Make it a great day!
      Sheila.

  4. Susan

    Another great article, Sheila. You’re tops!

    We live in such a great time. Not so long ago, most “writers” just couldn’t get their “story” out and appreciated. They had to go through publishing houses and if they said, “I don’t think so,” then that was the end of that. I mean, you could go from publisher to publisher and eventually get a contract. Many did and still do this. J.K. Rowling would have never seen her Harry Potter series in print if she gave up knocking on publisher’s doors.

    Thankfully, we have more options today, one being blogging! =)

    With blogging, we can write, edit, publish, and do everything without looking to the publishing world for validation. We only have to please our readers (and ourselves, of course). Such a great time we live in.

    I hope your readers take you up on your invitation to give blogging a try. They’ll never know what they’re missing until they give it a try. =)

    Blessings,
    Susan

    • Ain’t that the truth? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been “ousted” from publishers who probably didn’t even take time to read my stories. I, for one, am thankful for this new found binge blogging I’ve seemed to stumble upon. And you know what’s really strange? I don’t get writer’s block anymore! It’s because, like you said, I’m writing for me and my audience – not people sitting behind a desk judging whether or not I’m the next “new thing”.

      Susan, it’s always so good to see you here. I look forward to our visits and for some reason you’ve become my muse. 🙂 It’s been such a treat meeting another fellow writer like you. I think writer’s form a formidable bond – and that bond is necessary for us to keep our sanity! LOL!

      Blessings back atcha!
      Sheila.

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