Blog 2/Week 3: Researching in how to write a blog.

I probably should’ve written this as my “Blog 1” entry but I’ll write it now since it’s something I have been looking up as of late.

I recall in week 1 of classes, particularly in Web Design (one of my elective units), we all had to research how to write blogs since this forms as our second assessment in the unit. I looked up a bunch of them via Google and they all look interesting. When I first wrote blogs, I never really researched on how to write one, I basically just sat in front on the computer and thought about what to write. It took a moment but I did it. So I thought that I should have a go researching what makes a good blog. Based on what I’ve research, they essentially say the same sort of thing:

  • Find your focus/topic
  • Write your own way/ be yourself
  • Limit word count (if so desired).

In this case I have to write the minimum of 150 words or more. I found it somewhat helpful, like if I’m having a bit of trouble writing a blog, I can either look up this in research or I can simply find some source of inspiration in a certain subject or topic that I enjoy. But yeah, the results of researching how to write a blog, majority of them sound more or less the same and if you’re thinking of writing a blog especially if you’re doing it for the first time then I’d suggest this research to help you out.

DFTBA (Don’t Forget To Be Awesome).


Kelms, B. (March 15, 2012). The 12 Do’s and Don’t’s of Writing a Blog. Retrieved from

Warner, J. (n.d). Writing a Good Blog. Retrieved from


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