Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Your Blog, Your Way: Part 9


Ninth post in my series on Create Mixed Media.

"Simply put, you become more creative with your blog (and with everything else) when you become more yourself, when you are open to being vulnerable and to sharing your ideas, your beliefs, and your creative energy, and when you stop listening to the voices that say you shouldn't and you can't."

Read more here...

10 comments:

MrCachet said...

Insightful as always. You're as creative as you want to be, and it's always a good thing to reflect on what kind of posts that you choose to put up are put up from that perspective. What do people want to find when they go exploring? Even if it's an art blog.

Your blog is what you make of it.

I believe viewers want to see and read what makes us tick.

Kathy Johnson said...

Thanks so much for this series! Looking forward to implementing some of this great information in the coming year.

*jean* said...

excellent advice!

Gwen Buchanan said...

Thank you, Seth, Yes indeed Excellent article.. re-read some of your past works in this series too... So many great points and suggestions for your readers....

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

Nice post Seth, a true voice is always best and resonates with authenticity. Happy Holidays, enjoy the sights in NYC, so pretty this time of year. xox Corrine

La Dolce Vita said...

great article, again, wonderful insights...

Karen Cole said...

Great article, Seth.

Happy holidays to you!!!!

Jo Murray said...

It's all great advice Seth... and well to keep in mind.

Angela Wales Rockett said...

Hi Seth, I've been thinking a lot about this topic lately, and how much I miss the "good old days" of blogging when it all seemed so much more meaningful - and fun! I made some great online friends then (like you). Maybe this great series of yours will help me recapture some of that earlier magic. Thanks!

Supria Karmakar said...

thanks Seth for your visit and comment on my site...I feel the same way, wish I could see some of your work in person,....I am lucky to own some in our very own collaborative...but one day I hope our paths will cross in person and we can meet each other..wishing you all the best over the holiday season
warm regards
supria