In this high tech world of today, it’s a wonder to find a guy who goes to his dad, to get his wallet refilled, but have you ever heard of a dad shouting at his son, at this very fine moment, to “Go and Blog!”, well it’s no more a wonder. The whole world is blogging around and earning something online. Now it’s the bloggers day and it’s time to blog again.

One of the hardest issues that parents have had to constantly deal with is a child’s right to privacy. You never want to make them feel smothered and suffocated. Psychologists have argued about this issue for many years and still have not been able to come up with a simple answer.

As a parent it is important to protect your child. Therefore you might want to restrict who can view your blog. Some blog sites allow you to approve viewers of your site, or limit them to a select few. This is often a good option, especially if you would like to include personal information on your site. If you do decide to have your site be public, be sure not to give out personal information such as full names and addresses on your baby Follow me.

Next, you need to add feeds to your online blog. What is a feed? Good question. I don’t know the exact way to describe a feed nor do I have a lot of valuable information on this subject.

If you are already a member of a social networking site then great, if not then you need to consider joining one. If you are not already a member, but would like to become one, you will need to find a social networking website to join.

The best way to build relationships is by using the direct message function. Here again ask questions to engage them in the conversation. Never pitch them about your business. Let them open up with their concerns, worries etc. so that you can find out whether you will be able to help them.

While lifting weights, going for a daily jog, or working those abs, we are often too out-of-breath to chat about the latest healthy diet with our workout partners. How should you take your mind off your aching abs and sore legs during intense exercise? Simple: self-reflection.

The information you give people about yourself is fundamental to their understanding of you; therefore you want to establish your credentials and give them something they will remember about you. If you get stuck writing your bio or need someone to give you a fresh perspective on your image to the world and represent you for who you are, give us a call!