Learning to blog

‘A brief survey of successful and popular blogs turned up this list of different
kinds of posts: interviews, artist profiles, slideshows, inspirations, audio
interviews, “meet the team,” vodcasts, profiles of visitors, issue-led posts,
debates, mini-essays, guest posts, backgrounders, slideshows, behind-the-scenes tours, guides and tutorials (use your organisations’ staff expertise as a resource), photo of the week…I could go on!)’[1]

As a First-time blogger I’m thankful for the advice of Kate Feld, writer and blogging consultant. Culture Hive is a great website to use when looking for Arts tips. Here is some of her valuable advice I’ve picked up on. Does anyone know what a ‘vodcast’[2] is, though?! I’m guessing you don’t produce it in a bar…


[1] Feld, Kate, A beginner’s guide to blogging, [accessed 28/2/14] Pg. 3 (http://culturehive.co.uk/resources/a-beginners-guide-to-blogging-for-arts-and-cultural-organisations)

[2] Feld, Kate, A beginner’s guide to blogging, [accessed 28/2/14] Pg. 3 (http://culturehive.co.uk/resources/a-beginners-guide-to-blogging-for-arts-and-cultural-organisations)