If you are like me, your blog post page is a mess of text.
The problem is that the majority of your posts are basically the same thing over and over again. I don’t mean to pick on you too much, but I still think that there is a better way to post a blog post.
We’ve all been there: writing the same post again and again because I was lazy, or because I didn’t want to write the same thing over and over again. If you want your blog to make a good impression, you need to think about what you are trying to say.
For example, in my opinion, the main tag on your blog post should be the post’s title. You can then wrap that in an
tag and be done with it.
You can still put an image in there, but it would have to be a link to an external photo. I just used the “link” option on the image toolbar in Firefox.
You can, of course, put your blog address at the beginning of the post title if you want to get folks talking about you specifically.
You can also include a link to your website in the main tag, but it should go in the form of a URL. You can use this technique by putting the URL of your website in the title of your post.
I can’t really see a reason why it should be. I can’t see a reason why the link would be so big and prominent if there was no reason for the link at all. It would be one word and it would be one line. It’s like if a friend would link to your blog and you would link to theirs and then they would link to yours.
The only good way to have a link is to put it in a post, but there’s a reason why it should be there, for it’s a nice link that goes into the content of your post, and then it goes into your main area of interest, or some other section in your site.
To be honest, I’m not sure what the point of the main tag is. There’s no reason it had to be there. But it was, and it’s great. It’s another link. And it’s a very natural one too. If you have a blog, it’s a link to your blog. If you have a forum, it’s a link to your forum. If you have a website, it’s a link to your website.