Writing Tutoring

Writing Tutoring.


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  1. Working Online says:

    Hmm it appears like your website ate my first comment (it was super long)
    so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I submitted and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog.
    I too am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to everything. Do you have any tips and hints for newbie blog writers? I’d genuinely appreciate it.

    1. mattramzzz says:

      I wasn’t able to find your response; however, as far as tips go, I’m thinking that everyone who is blogging is blazing new trails, due to the new nature of the “blogosphere”. The thing I like about the way things are going is the fact that the conversation is now an actual conversation and not one person, lecturing to a group of other people. 🙂

    2. mattramzzz says:

      I don’t know that my site ate your comment; but, I apologize for taking so long to reply.

      WordPress is way less accessible than social media, like Facebook and Twitter. I find that, when I’m writing on WordPress, its much more like I’m writing rhetorically, due to WordPress’ cloistered nature (at least, seemingly, cloistered).

      1. mattramzzz says:

        Also, if WordPress came more readily into full-blown social media, it would possibly be recognized as a resource, online, like Wikipedia, and not as a potential glam press-type thing.

        I have seen very meaningful resources, posted on WordPress and, not long ago, saw actual paying jobs for WordPress “developers”, too.

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