#BlogChatIE: What Should We Chat About Next?

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Thanks to all of you who tuned in last Thursday to our first ever #blogchatie tweet chat.  For those who missed it, or those of you who want to catch up on the tweets, you can find a recap here.

It quickly emerged that one hour wasn’t enough to cover all you wanted to discuss about your new year’s blogging resolutions – so we will be taking more time in the coming weeks to focus in on your questions.

Here is a sample of some of the common themes that came up during the chat.

Images – Sourcing, Manipulating, Copyright.

Blog Directories and Guest Posting.

Finding The Time To Blog

How Often Should You Blog (And Still Maintain Quality)

Editorial Calendar – what is it, why you should use, best use of.

We are running a poll on our Facebook page to decide which topic which should cover in our next #blogchatie.  We want this chat to reflect your needs so do let us know by voting in the poll.



Marie Ennis-O’Connor BA, MIAPR, holds an Honours degree in History from University College Dublin. She is a graduate of the Irish Academy of Public Relations and has worked in a variety of PR roles over the past 12 years. Marie is editor of several award-winning blogs ranging from life sciences to health to business. She is a panel member of the newly established Bloggers International and is a regular contributor to Health Works Collective, an online community for thought leaders in international healthcare. She is a featured blogger on Webicina, an online service that provides curated medical social media resources in over 80 medical topics and over 17 languages, and has been awarded a top blogger accolade by Empowered Doctor.com and most inspiring writer by WegoHealth. Marie is also in demand as a trainer in social media marketing and travels the country teaching small business owners how to get online and maximise their online presence.

Posted in #blogchatie, Blogging for Success
  • http://www.writewordseditorial.ie Derbhile Graham

    The post about images resonates with me. I’d appreciate some feedback on how to position images better in a blog. They come out in weird sizes and places and I find it hard to move them around to where I want them to be. As a result, they’re either tiny or huge!

    Also, I’m aiming to be a small bit more personal in my blogs, to give more of a sense of my identity. I’ll tell more anecdotes and adopt a quirky tone.

    I tend to devote time to real life in the evenings, but I look forward to following how this all goes – it’s a great idea.

    • Lorna Sixsmith

      I hope you join in Derbhile and I’ll do a post re images soon

  • Amanda McGee

    I was sorry to miss the last chat – looks like you discussed a lot! i will be lookinig forward to the next one

  • Sophie

    I am sorry i missed this chat and i hope i can join you in the next one – off now to vote on your facebook poll

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