Remember how I spoke at the Declare Conference last year? I so super love the Declare ladies. Honestly, if you are a newbie blogger, a wannabe blogger or an old-timer, I highly recommend this conference. It’s small, it’s full of real topics and the heart will reach out and grab you. (Does that sound creepy? Well, you know what I mean.)
Anywhoo, I’m not actually going to any conferences this year (I say that now…) but am a contributing blogger to the new Declare Conference blog! I’ll mainly be writing about social media and all manner of bloggyness. My first post is about How To Write a Review Post.
Why did I choose that topic? Well, it’s something I think I’m good at. And it’s kinda one of my pet peeves when I read a review that was basically no better than the original PR pitch. A good review post doesn’t feel like a review. A good review is authentic and real and genuine. (Those are all like the exact same word, aren’t they? That’s why I didn’t write a post about creative writing.)
So, if you’re a newbie blogger or want to brush up on some good etiquette and tips for review posts, click over to the Declare Conference blog to read my best tips–and then add your own! (Hey, the Declare blog is so super-cool-techy, you have to scroll down a little to see my post!)