When you first start out blogging, there’s usually a million questions in your head about how different things work. I know I had them when I started out when I was 12. It would have been nice to have someone that could answer some of those questions and help me if I needed it.
This is why I believe that bloggers should help and support each other. It’s a great feeling to know that you’re not alone, and at the same time you’re building a community.
Recently, Angie, Ana, Randi and I opened a blogging community called, Byte Sized Network. We all believe in community and helping each other, which is why we created this little space to provide resources, and a place where bloggers can learn and share. This community will help new and veteran bloggers. Our goal is to provide a friendly community with knowledge, resources and tools to help you run and/or improve your blog.
Sign up at the forum if you’d like. All of us are there to help you in any way we can. We want to know the person behind the blog. We all share the same passion, which is blogging, why not make the best of it and be part of a community where your blog stats don’t matter? If you’re interested in joining, please visit our website to get started.
This past Saturday, I attended the 2013 Puerto Rico BloggerCon. This is its fifth year, and it was my first time attending. I wanted to go last year but I wasn’t able to because I had another activity the day it was scheduled. I was really looking forward to it because it’s good to know about current trends and tools used locally.