Posted on August 03 2013
Very neat post.Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
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I took part in Sew Mama Sew’s Mayday giveaway which invlevod going through several hundred blogs, and what I learnt is that there are a hell of a lot of poor quality and poorly laid out blogs out there. I totally agree with your points but I would also add this – keep the layout simple and uncluttered. Visually cluttered pages are off-putting and distracting to read, as are elements like banners which take up the whole screen (yes, I really found some of these), fonts which are difficult to read (but inevitably look cute or charming), and visually difficult colour combinations (like white text on a black background, or grey or pale pink text on a white background.It may make a blogger feel boring to create such a seemingly unimaginative layout, but if post isn’t easy to read, who’s going to come back for more?Oh and one other thing – spelling! It’s not difficult to check, gives credibility to the post and makes a blogger look like they care about what they’re saying and how they’re saying it.
Leanne’s work gets betetr and betetr I love the way she used English designer fabrics in some of her pieces, and there’s always a lovely range of goodies in her shop. Her analogy of Folksy-the-push bike vs. bus is just spot-on in terms of the fun side of promotion lots of exercise, but great for getting out there! :)