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By: Rafay Khan
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Successful bloggers have to keep their heads around many different aspects of the medium – but at it’s core is being able to write compelling and engaging content on a consistent basis over time.
How you do this will vary from blogger to blogger to some extent as each blogger has their own style – however there are some basic principles of writing great blog content that might be worth keeping in mind.
Here are a few of the lessons I’ve learned on the topic over the years:
Where to Start
How to Craft a Blog Post - This is a series of posts that walk bloggers through a variety of points on blog writing that can make a good post great.
Make Your Writing Scannable – one of the most important tips for online writing
How Long Should a Blog Post Be? – another common question about writing posts
Using Titles Effectively on Blogs – one of the most important elements of a blog post is it’s title – here’s why they are important and how to write them
Marinating Ideas into Blog Posts – My Posting Workflow – how I work up an idea into a post
How Often Should a Blogger Post - considerations when thinking about posting frequency
How to Write a Successful Series on Your Blog – 10 steps that I use for writing a series of posts on my blogs
Why Guest Posts are Great for a Blog - the start of a series of post son guest blogging
Declaring War on Blog Apathy – once you’ve been blogging for a while it’s easy to lose motivation and let it slip. This article is all about how to keep your blog moving forward.
7 Days to Rediscovering Your Blogging Groove – a simple way to find things to write about on your blog over 7 days
20 Types of Blog Posts – part of my Battling Bloggers Block series
Principles of Successful Content Creation
How to Eliminate the Echo Chamber and Add to the Conversation – make your blog stand out from the crowd, say something original and grow your blog
The 4 Pillars of Writing Exceptional Blogs – how to write great content for your blog
Writing Good Content – the two basic elements of good blog content – usefulness and uniqueness
How to Write Excellent Blog Content - a post looking back on what we wish we knew about writing great blog content
How to Make Your RSS Feeds POP! – a series on how to develop a compelling RSS feed, how to grow your RSS readership and how to get RSS readers visiting your actual blog
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Last year facebook introduced timeline, a new kind of profile that lets you highlight the photos, posts and life events that help you tell your story. Over the next few weeks, everyone will get timeline. When you get timeline, you'll have 7 days to preview what's there now. This gives you a chance to add or hide whatever you want before anyone else sees it.
You can learn more about these new features by taking the quick tour available at the top of your timeline. If you want to get timeline now, go to the Introducing Timeline page and click "Get Timeline." Or you can wait until you see an announcement at the top of your home page.
Orginially published on Thursday, December 15th, 2011: We recently announced our plans to introduce Facebook Timeline, an entirely new kind of profile.
Timeline gives you an easy way to rediscover the things you shared, and collect your most important moments. It also lets you share new experiences, like the music you listen to or the miles you run.
Starting today, timeline is now available everywhere. Here are some tips to help you get started.
7-day preview period
When you upgrade to timeline, you'll have seven days to review everything that appears on your timeline before anyone else can see it. You can also choose to publish your timeline at any time during the review period. If you decide to wait, your timeline will go live automatically after seven days. Your new timeline will replace your profile, but all your stories and photos will still be there.
If you want to see how your timeline appears to other people, click the gear menu at the top of your timeline, and select "View As." You can choose to see how your timeline appears to a specific friend or the public.
Feature or hide stories
As you explore your timeline, you may see stories that you want to feature, like your graduation or the day you bought your first car. There might also be stuff that you want to remove or hide from your timeline.
To feature something on your timeline, roll over the story and click the star to expand it to two columns. Or you can click the pencil to hide, delete or edit a post.
Use the privacy dropdown to adjust who can see any of your posts. You can even select "Only Me" for posts you want to keep but don't want others to see.
See all your activity
With timeline, now you have access to a new tool called Activity Log. Your activity log is a place where you can review all your posts and activity, from today back to when you first started using Facebook. Only you can see your activity log.
You'll see two dropdown menus next to each story in your activity log. The first lets you see and adjust the privacy of a post. The second lets you decide if you want the post to appear on your timeline. You can feature, hide or delete any of your posts.
To quickly find a certain type of story, click the "All" dropdown at the top of your activity log and select what you're looking for. For example, you can choose to see only photos or posts from apps.
Get timeline today
To get timeline, simply go to the Introducing Timeline page and click "Get Timeline." Or you can wait until you see an announcement at the top of your profile.
Starting today, timeline will also be available on Android and m.facebook.com.
We hope you enjoy exploring what's on your timeline, and adding new stories and experiences. We'll be continuing to improve timeline over the next few months. If you have any feedback, please let us know.
Paul, an engineering manager on the Timeline team, is excited to feature his story about getting engaged.