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Of course, we use our blogs for communication, but where the daily tasks of writing posts, responding to comments, and so on can become daunting, the real-time engagement on social media seems to retain its sense of fun. So participating in social media meets a lot of needs for a lot of bloggers. By the same token, the fact that it’s fun, and we convince ourselves we’re using it to build our blogs, can see us spend more time on social media than is really constructive. We might even use it as an excuse to neglect other things we should be doing to develop our blogs.

After all, they usually signal a problem or need that your potential readers have on those topics. I know if I’m ever in need of a topic to write about on my blogs, forums are one of the first places that I go looking for inspiration. TODAY’S TASK Your task today is to join a forum that relates to the topic of your blog. If you’ve already joined one, spend 10 or 15 minutes participating in the discussions there. The key to participating valuably in a forum is to spend time being as useful as possible to the people there.

Great to see some good examples on the topic—it really adds to the post to have them shared. Thanks for reading dPS and for being such a regular commenter—it means a lot to me. Darren Rowse 30 FURTHER READING 13 Types of Posts that Always Get Lots of Comments is good reading for those who are still trying to entice readers to comment. Should You Respond to Comments via Email or in Comments? provides two options for interacting with readers and both have their place. DAY 6 Make your blog mobile-friendly Day 6 – Make your blog mobile-friendly TODAY’S TEACHING TODAY’S TASK It’s easy to pretend we don’t really need to worry about making our blogs mobile-friendly.

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