This is the blog that I've recently read, I loved it because it really helped me in finding ways and guides to create a book blog that are helpful and readable to people. As an enthusiast who loves reading books and reviewing and telling about the ways that books influenced me maybe make other people read and get to know new things.
En respuesta a la pregunta formulada durante este grupo de estudio y retroalimentación podría decir que mi blog favorito es "Finanzas a las 9" el mismo no sera muy conocido, pero en lo personal soy fanatica del como describen cada uno de los datos posteados, lo fidedigna que es la informacion dentro del mismo, y sobre todo lo preciso que es sin llegar a ser tedioso, en general consideraria que un blog debe ser breve, conciso, preciso y no tan tedioso a los ojos del consumidor, porque si no se deja de largo y no consigue el consumo del mismo, el cual es el objetivo principal de este.
When it comes to blogs, my favorite kind of blogs are the ones I see on Youtube of people checking out food spots. I also read a lot of journalistic articles during my free time and I love the blogs I've written for Limon on my internship!
Blogs help me make an informed decision on say a food place to visit or a destination to check out. Therefore, blogs help me take action.
I don't have a favorite blog. I read posts according to my needs, for example if I have a specific marketing question. They always help me. However I do watch tons of videos of bloggers like Neil Patel. At first I thought it was problematic for someone who wants to create a blog, but I guess there is no "right" or "wrong", the most important is to love sharing and learning. What do you guys think ? Interested to see other point of views 🙂
I enjoy Tim Tebow's blog posts on LinkedIn. They are always encouraging and helpful and give me good reminders about balancing life, work, and faith. They definitely call me to the action of rebalancing my priorities. Most blog posts I read are focused on work, so it is good for me