And on we go with the bloggiesta mini challenges.
Beth from Beth Fish Reads tells us the benefits of making a short tag list. After looking at her tag list, I can see why she wants to make it shorter! 🙂
Some suggestions for this list would be:
Blog post help
Grammar and punctuation
News for writers
But how do you add a tag list to your homepage?
Beth has a list of suggestions for Blogger and WordPress.org. Making a list for WordPress.com is pretty easy—Wordpress has two choices:
A tag cloud tracks all the tags you place on each post.
A category cloud tracks the categories you have put each post into.
You can find both on the widgets page of your dashboard.
What I think I’ll do over the next few days is increase my category cloud (down at the very end of the right column). Rather than have all my posts divided up into three categories, I believe it will be more efficient to have them split into the tag labels I suggested above. While my tag cloud is helpful, it is too random for those who want to be efficient with their time, and, because I am such a helpful blogger, I will fix that. 🙂
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