The Golden Rules of Blogging by Robin Houghton

Do you really need to post every day to make your blog a success? Is it true you should never steal stuff? Can anyone make money from a blog? Blogging hasn’t been around for ever, and yet any blogger will tell you there are rules what to do, what not to do, the facts. But where did they come from? And should we be breaking them? Designed for bloggers of all levels of experience, this book takes a hard look at twenty-eight of the blogospheres golden rules and shows you when, why and how to break them. Illustrated with real-life Blogger Stories and examples plus Expert Comments from those who’ve learned the hard way, The Golden Rules of Blogging (and When to Break Them) will give you a fresh perspective on blogging. Out with the rules? You decide!

This book was great.

I was very excited to get my hands on this book. I will admit I was worried about how much I would learn from it, or if I was maybe too amateur for any of the tips to apply to me. As it turns out, I was worried about nothing.

With explanations, simple tips, expert advice and case studies from actual bloggers, there is something in this book for everyone regardless of your skill level or blog niche.

I really enjoyed learning about where the rules of blogging actually came from, and how and when it is okay to bend or break them. It was also great to hear from actual bloggers about their experiences and what they have learned.

Robin Houghton did a fantastic job with this book. It was full of useful information and it was really easy to understand. I am excited to go and put some of what I have learnt from this book into practice.

The Golden Rules of Blogging by Robin Houghton is a must read for all bloggers.

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