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Interview with a Blogger

This is a true story as told to DiversityJobs, where you can find career interviews for the job you’ve been looking at and available positions in your desired field. I am a full-time blogger with my own website on Tumblr. My Tumblr blog is a collection of my amateur landscape photography and integrates FotoMoto technology to sell my artwork. I have been a blogger full time for the past year and a half. As a blogger, my work involves more than just the computer. I spend about 15 hours a week hiking and taking pictures for my blog. Then, I use editing software to fix any composition issues and to watermark my photos. I then go to my Tumblr page and post them. Finally, it is promotion time. I like my photography blog to have very little text and words and have the art speak for itself. So, I have to “speak for it” in other ways: through e-mails, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. These lead my followers back to my Tumblr site. The biggest misunderstanding about what I do is that it is an isolating job. I am out in the field taking pictures and often have friends with me when...
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6 Tips For Finding Inspiration For Blog Posting

The creative process can be a very mentally and emotionally taxing process. Creating quality content for your blog will leave you drained of ideas eventually. Luckily, there are plenty of places you can generate ideas for your blog content to keep your posting consistent and your readers interested.  *Reader Feedback  The people frequenting your blog are an incredibly useful supplement to the idea generating process. Does a reader have a question about a subject in your niche? Is a visitor interested in seeing you expand on information in one of your former posts? Feel free to use limited polls and questionnaires to find out what subject matter is interesting to your readers. Embrace that and run with it as much as your niche will allow. This style of idea generation also encourages readers to contribute and feel as though they are participating in interaction instead of just reading a blog.  *Social Networks  Ongoing conversations shared between users interested in your niche on social networks is fertile soil for ideas to take root. Twitter, Google+, and Facebook all offer numerous opportunities to interact with other people interested in your subject matter to find out what is important to them. Look for questions...
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