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#BloggerTalk: 22 October 2020

#BloggerTalk takes place over on Twitter from 21:00 to 22:00 GMT on Thursdays. Each week, everyone is invited to give their thoughts on a specific question connected to blogging, writing and the community so we can all learn from each other’s knowledge and experience.

For more information about how #BloggerTalk came to be and its aims, check out this post and feel free to get in touch. Without further ado, let’s take a look at today’s question and get the conversation going:

How important are collaborations to you and your blog?
Do you ever run or participate in them?

If you’re a long-time blogger, perhaps you’d be willing to share some of your experience and help guide those who are new. And if you’ve just joined the community, welcome – you’re part of one of the best and most supportive groups out there. I look forward to seeing you on Twitter for #BloggerTalk.

Kim View All

Video game lover, Later Levels blogger and SpecialEffect volunteer. Big fan of wannabe pirates and fine leather jackets.

2 thoughts on “#BloggerTalk: 22 October 2020 Leave a comment

  1. Yes I finally managed to not miss this hour aha! In terms of collaborations, I have the regular Let’s Chat feature on my site where I discuss topics with 1 or more people, and I find them really fun ways to break up the pace of blogging; that conversational sort of writing is different to say, reviews. An idea is to make them into a podcast one day!


    • That’s a great idea! The ‘Let’s Chat’ posts seem like a nice way to ease yourself into podcasting and it’s another string to add to your bow. 😀

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