For my New Year’s resolution, I have decided to start taking this blogging thing seriously. Unfortunately, it’s kind of hard for me to do that right now, because this blog (Adventures Of A Teen Writer) is all over the place, I don’t have any kind of niche like the experts recommend, and the posts don’t fit very well into the categories. Also, the aforementioned posts are pretty low quality, because I have to pump them out in massive quantities in order to reach my once-per-day quota.
I want to become a freelance writer, so this stuff is really important to me. I need to build a professional-looking website with some quality articles. This blog was recently suspended by an automated spambot, and during the interval between sending the WordPress people a message about it and waiting for them to get back to me, about two days, I started a new blog. It’s called OneTeenLiving, and it’s geared towards other teenagers, specifically teenagers who have big dreams– Or no dreams at all– and want to start working towards them now. Screw waiting to grow up.
I’ll be posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, starting on Wednesday December 31st, 2014. (Today!) Tuesdays and Thursdays you guys might get reblogs, but I’ll be using those days to edit my unpublished posts in an attempt at brilliance.
I’m taking the Blogging 101 course WordPress is providing, and I’ll be recycling some of my more pertinent posts from this blog, edited, of course, and geared more towards teens. If you want to preemptively follow my new blog before I’ve got any posts up. I would be delighted to have you. Here’s the link: OneTeenLiving.
Also, comment below if you’d like me to follow you under my new account. Ciao, guys.