Content creators and development teams: How close is too close?

In the era when anybody and everybody can be a content creator, this subject can be a little sticky. I’m going to try and approach it as delicately as possible. Please know that I do not intend it as a passing of judgment on anyone. If you’re a content creator, and you’ve found a formula that works for you, keep at it! We need independent thought and commentary about games and communities.

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Blaugust 2019

Blaugust tip: make haste!

This is the last tip I plan to post for Blaugust 2019 unless some heavenly inspiration overtakes me. Each year that I’m involved in some newbie blogger event, there are folks who seem completely apprehensive about starting a blog. Truly, the most successful blogs do take just a bit of planning in order to assure some form of longevity. But there comes a time when it’s necessary to jump in and hit that dreaded post button for the first time.

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Blaugust 2019

Blaugust tip: make friends

This might be the most important tip of them all. Take advantage of this blaugust experience and get involved in the blogging community. Make some new friends. Exchange ideas. Read each others blogs. Comment on each other’s blogs. Share each other’s blogs on social media. It’s a great way to keep the blogging community going, and it’s a fantastic way to come up with post ideas of your own!

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Blaugust 2019

Blaugust tip: make time

Boy do I feel like a hypocrite with this post. I never successfully sat down and carved out a time every day to concentrate on my blog posting. If I had, the blog probably would have had a longer, more successful life. I was the kind of person who thought “eh, I’ll just get to it when I’ve got some spare time”, but ultimately that was not the best approach.

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