I’m now onto my 3rd episode of my new podcast! This episode is all about the basics of blogging. I wanted to lay the foundations of what goes into making a successful blog, sharing what I’ve learnt since I’ve started blogging for any beginners out there, or anyone looking to make sure they’re not forgetting the basics.

I discuss content, images, titles, post scannability, website functionality, tagging, sharing, interaction, replying to comments, and frequency in posting. If you want to listen to the episode you can find it linked below, or on iTunes, Acast & Stitcher.


If any of you have listened to the episodes I’ve uploaded already, and are desperate for more content, I hope to be recording my next episode soon. Things are a bit manic at the moment but I’ve already planned it out so just need to get around to recording it.

As always, if you enjoy the episode or have any comments or feedback, then you can comment below. Or if you’re enjoying the podcast, as a podcasting newbie your reviews are like gold to me, and I’ll be forever grateful!

p.s. the picture for this post is indeed a sneek peek into my recording set up for the podcast.


2 thoughts

  1. Enjoying all of your episodes so far! It’s encouraging me to publish more posts on my blog, especially with keeping up momentum and consistency. 🙂 Also thanks for the small shoutout in your first episode haha 😉

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    1. You’re very welcome! I really appreciate your comments, it means a lot when you’re trying new things to get some feedback. I’m glad you’re enjoying it too, it’s nice to know there are some good things coming out of it 😊


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