Book Tags, Awards both content types are a great way to boost our view stats as well as discover new blogs! Of course, this all depends on whether you’ve been tagged or have tagged others. Both types are also great content fillers, for when you maybe have no other content ready, or you just want a break.
Let’s recap briefly, what exactly book tags and awards are, before we dive into how to create this content type.
Book reviews are the main type content type, us book bloggers are expected, to have on our blogs. There are many ways to layout your review, it’s entirely up to you how you decide to lay it out. In this post, we’ll break down a few ways you can lay out your post. Along with examples from other bloggers, to help visually show you.
Let’s recap briefly, what exactly book reviews are, before we dive into how to create this content type.
So, I love writing discussion posts as you can probably tell. That doesn’t mean everyone else does, or that they find it easy. In fact, a lot of us book bloggers struggle with writing discussions simply because, we’re not sure what to discuss.
Let’s recap briefly what exactly a discussion is, before we dive into how to create this content type.
You’ve got your blog, it’s set up now…what do you post? What should my first post be? What am I going to post on my blog, other than book reviews?
These are all questions we’ve had, at some point in our blogging lives. You’re probably thinking your niche is books, which is mostly accurate, but I’ll list some other niche’s you can dabble in if you want. I’ll also be briefly breaking down the content types, giving you a quick summary of the types, pros and cons.