Things I have learned from blogging:
I just can’t believe it’s been 4 months already since the day I started writing blogs. It is such an exciting experience.
Three months ago I wrote about how to improve my blogging skills and the purpose behind it. One thing is for sure; it has come a long way from what I ever thought this blog could be.
Now, this month has been incredible, full of travel, and extremely eye opening. I had no idea how much I could learn and how much I could gain personally by blogging. So, these are 5 things I’ve learned on my countless word press-playing hours.
To appreciate the new things I learned from professor and this class.
This is an exciting class and Prof. BillBelew has been a very active and knowledgeable person in blogging. Of course, we do have pressure of completing the blogs on time, but sure we benefited from the marketing with social media class.
To appreciate whoever supports me and came to review my blogs and adding comments.
They are my fuel, inspiration, and drive to keep on doing this. Without them I would be writing with no motivation. I always like to express my sincere gratitude for reading, commenting, and participating either here.
Being myself and honest is something I not only apply to blogging, but to life in general.
4. Other travelers are a great source of inspiration
There are so many inspirational travelers out there. Some of my traveling inspiration comes from them – things to do, places to visit, and even traveling philosophy and styles. There is so much to learn and share in the travel community.
5. I lose nothing by asking
I started this journey without any blogging knowledge. At times I was afraid of asking simple things for fear of sounding stupid, but I still I asked. 99% of the time I got the answer I wanted, and I keep learning from my classmates and friends. I would never have motivation to do such thing without having attended this class.
6. There is so much power in social media.
Twitter, Face book, and other social media platforms have been great to spread the word, but spreading the word is not enough, connections have to be made, and a sense of community has to be created.
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