8 Essential Do and Do Nots for Bloggers | Better Blogging

I've been in the blogging community since 2009. Having recently passed the 1,000 post milestone, there are a few lessons I've learned along the way. One of the most important is there's no one correct way for everyone to blog. Each person has their own perspective and often we'll find agriculture bloggers writing about similar … Continue reading 8 Essential Do and Do Nots for Bloggers | Better Blogging

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1,000 Lessons Learned From My First 1,000 Blog Posts

Back in 2009, I started blogging before a move to Wyoming where'd I'd be working on a ranch, out of my natural environment, 24 hours away from home, and of course my family and friends wanted to see and hear about my adventures. Considering there wouldn't be much phone service in the mountains, I figured … Continue reading 1,000 Lessons Learned From My First 1,000 Blog Posts

Food and Farm: Facilitating Online Conversations [Audio]

A few weeks back I had the great opportunity to travel to Kentucky and visit a few friends. While there I met with a great friend and online mentor for many, Ray Bowman. Ray hosts a radio broadcast sponsored by Feedstuffs each Friday afternoon. Check out his page for more information on broadcasts. Ray and … Continue reading Food and Farm: Facilitating Online Conversations [Audio]

Nashville, Here I Come: ACFC11 Full of Bloggers

One day, never been East of Memphis. Next day, boom! I'm East of Memphis! That's right, this week I'm in Nashville this for the 2011 edition of the AgChat Foundation Conference. I'm pretty excited to meet so many fellow agvocates and put a face and voice with the twitter handles and SM profiles. It should … Continue reading Nashville, Here I Come: ACFC11 Full of Bloggers