New Series – Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – New Blogger Promotion and Setting up your blog for accessibility, readability and sharing.

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A great opportunity for new bloggers, and some fantastic information for bloggers new and old everywhere.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the new series of Posts from Your Archives that will run alongside the current series for a couple of weeks.

Before I go into the details of the new series, I thought you might like an update on the series that has been running through the summer and will continue to do so for another four weeks.

80 bloggers participated, with 320 posts covering a wide range of subjects.

I have had an amazing summer reading through 80 archives and I feel that not only have I learnt a great deal, but I have also discovered more about fellow bloggers that I interact with on a regular basis, made new friends and have been motivated by all the amazing work that is being created in our community.

The New Series.

I am sure that like me you remember those first weeks and months of blogging when you wondered…

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4 Responses to New Series – Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – New Blogger Promotion and Setting up your blog for accessibility, readability and sharing.

  1. Thanks for sharing Patty and have a good weekend..hugs

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    • Patty says:

      Hi Sally.

      You’re so welcome. This post was so well-written and easy to understand with such great info and opportunity, I had to share.

      I am going to be checking through my blog to make sure everything works like it should. There are still a few things I am not sure of but your post made it clearer to me.

      I’ve also stumbled upon a great resource for accessibility and tech help. What I’ve learned over these past few months is that lots of times when something appears to be inaccessible is not because it is inaccessible but because we simply don’t know how to use the application we’re perceiving as inaccessible with the screen reading software we have.

      Well, let me shut up here. LOL.

      Have a great weekend.

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