Michelle Dalton
Liaison Librarian, UCD Library t @mishdalton
#laicilip14
Habits of
Highly
Effective
Bloggers
Habits of
Highly
Effective
Bloggers*
(*not me)
libfocus.com
november 2011
open editorial policy
300+ posts
30+ different writers
10,000+ views a month
organisation
& corporate
blogs
personal
blogs
(Melissa Gregg, 2006)
“conversational
scholarship”
…but different
Source: http://angiesweetgirl.deviantart.com/art/Christmas-snowflakes-275898008
it’s like ‘writing’
collaborating
publishing
blogging
sharing
communicating
learning
discussing
creatingreflecting
thinking
informing
entry point
complement
no author guidelines
no word counts
no conventions
no restrictions
no formatting
freedom
is not free.
Habits
start now
http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4222533261
Copyright: Tom Gauld http://myjetpack.tumblr.com/
keep going
write for
yourself
Harald Weinreich et al. (2008) “Not Quite the Average: An Empirical Study of Web Use,” ACM Transactions on the Web, vol. 2...
55% spend less than
Source: Tony Haile, 9th March 2014, http://time.com/12933/what-you-think-you-know-about-the-web-is-wro...
sharehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/castaway_in_wales/4872069327/
e
x
pe
R
n
i
m
E
t
find inspiration
every
where
thematic blogs
journal clubs
group blogs
guest posts
thank you
e michelle.dalton@ucd.ie w www.michelledalton.ie t @mishdalton
Michelle Dalton / Liaison Librarian, UCD
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  1. 1. Michelle Dalton Liaison Librarian, UCD Library t @mishdalton #laicilip14 Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers
  2. 2. Habits of Highly Effective Bloggers* (*not me)
  3. 3. libfocus.com november 2011 open editorial policy 300+ posts 30+ different writers 10,000+ views a month
  4. 4. organisation & corporate blogs personal blogs
  5. 5. (Melissa Gregg, 2006) “conversational scholarship”
  6. 6. …but different Source: http://angiesweetgirl.deviantart.com/art/Christmas-snowflakes-275898008 it’s like ‘writing’
  7. 7. collaborating publishing blogging sharing communicating learning discussing creatingreflecting thinking informing
  8. 8. entry point complement
  9. 9. no author guidelines no word counts no conventions no restrictions no formatting
  10. 10. freedom is not free.
  11. 11. Habits
  12. 12. start now http://www.flickr.com/photos/alancleaver/4222533261
  13. 13. Copyright: Tom Gauld http://myjetpack.tumblr.com/
  14. 14. keep going
  15. 15. write for yourself
  16. 16. Harald Weinreich et al. (2008) “Not Quite the Average: An Empirical Study of Web Use,” ACM Transactions on the Web, vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb) on an average web page (593 words) users only stay long enough to read up to 28% engage
  17. 17. 55% spend less than Source: Tony Haile, 9th March 2014, http://time.com/12933/what-you-think-you-know-about-the-web-is-wrong/ actively on a page 15 SECONDS
  18. 18. sharehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/castaway_in_wales/4872069327/
  19. 19. e x pe R n i m E t
  20. 20. find inspiration every where
  21. 21. thematic blogs
  22. 22. journal clubs
  23. 23. group blogs
  24. 24. guest posts
  25. 25. thank you e michelle.dalton@ucd.ie w www.michelledalton.ie t @mishdalton Michelle Dalton / Liaison Librarian, UCD

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