Why Follow Pam’s Blog?
It all started when I switched over from having my website hosted at a different company to being hosted by WordPress. Somewhere in the translation it meant I lost those folks that had subscribed to my Blog since it’s beginning over six years ago.
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For those of you on FaceBook or on LinkedIn, when a blog post is first published, WordPress will post an introduction on my Facebook Author Page and on my LinkedIn board.
That is a good thing! It helps me spread the love.
An issue arises when that “announcement” is only seen if you happen to visit my author page or if the post lands in your news feed when you are on-line and you happen to see it.
Having readers follow me (staying connected with me) is critical. Your feedback helps me to become the writer you want to read. Your input is helpful and gives me insight into how I should adapt and learn.
No writer is actually alone when readers are there giving advice, encouraging him or her, and when the loneliness of the writing life creeps in to cause doubt in a writer’s mind. It does happen. And, it does help to know readers care.
Therefore, I’m making a pack with you. I will do my best to write the best stories I can. All that is asked of you is to agree to show me your support through reading my words and offering an honest review when you feel so moved.
Is it a deal? I’m game, and I will do my best to continue to offer you good reads!
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The post Signing up for my Blog… first appeared on Pam’s Blog on July 19, 2019.