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Doll Blogging is a new mini series for BlytheLife.com with a new installment going up every other week on Mondays (alternating with the Question of the Week) that will go through the process of planning, creating and publishing your new doll blog.
The internet is a huge part of the Blythe community. It’s how many of us first discovered Blythe, it’s how we learned what a good deal on that EBL was, it’s how we learn about new releases or new crafters in the dolly world that we’re all a part of it. The internet is a marvelous way for us to keep on contact with one another (via email, Twitter or instant messaging) and blogs are another platform that we can use to share our thoughts and pictures.
Back in October 2010, there was an article for Blythe On A Budget that went over a few free blog hosts. The Doll Blogging mini-series will go over a few more things starting with things to consider in a blog name and what kind of hosts you should consider (and that I recommend!). Then there’s a crash course in the basics of coding with HTML, thoughts on themes, templates and design and on site promotion. There’ s a lot of things to consider when putting together a website, a lot more than I realized when I first started blogging (back in 2003 or so!) and now I’ve compiled my thoughts and ideas with some tips and tricks for you to put together your doll blog!
It’ll be a five part mini-series (including this post…) so if you’re interested in learning how to put together a blog and how to promote it, be sure to continue checking out the series! The mini series will be as follows: