For example, you might want to create four categories for your blog including
Breakfast Recipes, Lunch Recipes, Dinner Recipes, and Dessert Recipes. ... But
what if you write an entry about lip gloss that comes packaged with body wash?
Author: Joelle Reeder
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Want to break into blogging but don’t know where to start? Dynamic duo Joelle Reeder and Katherine Scoleri of The Moxie GirlsTM show you how to start your first blog, polish your prose, get involved in blogging communities, make sense of RSS feeds, podcasts, photos and more — all with fun, humor and attitude! Inside you will find the need-to-know info to get your blog noticed: How to choose the right blogging platform or content management tool, select a web host, dress up your blog, manage blog content and keep your privates private! When you are ready for more, The Moxie Girls will treat you to insider dish on blog etiquette, analyzing blog traffic, blogging for business, creating podcasts and adding bling to your blog with plugins, add-ons and more. Throw in the refreshing cocktails, beauty tips and gossip with the Girls at the end of each chapter and you’ll be Blogging with Moxie in no time. So, what are you waiting for? The IT Girl’s Guide to Blogging With Moxie is packed with the content you need wrapped in casual, engaging dialog and a cheeky, bite-sized format. Bargain-blogging with tools such as WordPress®, TypePad®, and Vox Choosing a content management system like Expression Engine or Movable Type Managing blog content, using tags and moderating comments Selecting a professional designer and choosing from off-the-rack templates An introduction to podcasting and videocasting Finding, joining and managing blog communities Protecting your online identity Using a blog to better your business