Blogging 101 – Day 2 – Title and Tag Line

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it

Bert Lance

Day 2 of Blogging suggests that we look at our blog title and tag line and change it to something more appropriate. Strange thing is – I like my blog title and my tag line so I’m not going to change it. I feel that change can be good and useful but often we change just to change. I am very much in favour of change but only change for the good and for improvement.

‘My Write’ is my personal play on words and means it’s my right to write whatever I want, within the laws of free speech and common decency. I don’t think I am alone in saying that blogging is about talking to an audience. Whether that’s to one or one hundred thousand followers, it’s immaterial. The numbers don’t matter, to me, it what’s being said that counts.

The tag line ‘Ramblings and reflections on life’, I don’t think requires any explanation.

What do you think? Are you happy with your blog title or have you ever changed it?

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3 thoughts on “Blogging 101 – Day 2 – Title and Tag Line

  1. I have never changed either. I did toy with changing the tagline when I didd the Blogging 101 course, but decided against it. I also recently thought about changing the name of my blog from Edwina’s Episodes now that I am using my real name, to Judy’s Japes or something, but again, not really sure.

    • To be honest Judy, I don’t see the point of the exercise, seems to have wasted a day in my opinion but we’ll have to see what comes later. I like your blog title but you can have more than one blog if you want. I had three at one time but just the one now

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