Wordy Wednesday & Blogging Tip #1 July 2015

Old blog posts, Reworking, Blogarhythm

Welcome  to Wordy Wednesday at Blog-A-Rhythm.

First, our blogging tip for the week:

Do you read your old posts on the blog? Should you?

It’s interesting. Some of us are just starting out as bloggers while others have been in the field for almost a decade or more. If you are the kind who blogs regularly, that’s a whole lot of posts! So, does it make sense to go back and re-read your old posts?Here’s why you should:

  • Bloggers are sometimes stuck for ideas on what to say or how to say it. An old post seen in a new light can add a fresh perspective and trigger an idea for a post.
  • Your experiences change and that can prompt you to reflect on how you might rewrite that old post today.
  • You can observe a change in your own writing style.
  • You can re-share the ones that matter and see if it touches a chord with new readers.

**PSST: We have that on the Blog-a-rhythm Facebook page, by the way. It’s called Archive day and opens on Mondays. Give it a look 🙂


This Week: Word Prompt


This week’s prompt comes from B-A-R member, writer and blogger,

Elly Stornebrink, who blogs here.

Write a minimum of 100 words on the prompt.

Make it work for you.

Here’s a  badge to display 🙂


All those who write to the prompt are invited to share your links to the linky tool 🙂

Linkup is open only for posts written to this prompt.

Linkup closes next Tuesday, 7th July

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