I’ve noticed for a few times that I have posted here that despite my Publicize settings to Facebook was properly set, and that previously, all of my posts are immediately posted to Facebook once I hit that Publish button, my recent posts are not appearing to my Facebook page.
It is frustrating.
I do not know what went wrong, or if I had missed a new set-up that is needed. My mind is a blank.
I often find myself asking whether a post will be updated to Facebook.
What about you? Do you link your Facebook account to WordPress? And if so, does it publish immediately, or have you experienced troubles as well?
Any comment on this matter would be appreciated.
Edit: Yeah… It did not link with Facebook. Seriously, what in the world is going on here?!
I haven’t been on WordPress in a while. I find the new look interesting. It looks fresh, and seemingly easy to navigate. Plus, I do like seeing the blogs I follow immediately greet me as I log-in, rather than the freshly-pressed ones. I also like how they are generally presented.
I wonder if I’ll be able to post stuff here, or keep it idle and just lurk in other blogs. Well, either way, if I do have content worth posting, I’ll definitely post.
See you around.
Eyeshield 21, an amateur at American Football, yet a person with a great talent in speed suffered his first tackle. It was a rather painful one. It most likely damaged not only his physical body, but also caused some emotional scars.
We have a natural avoidance for pain. (Unless you’re a masochist who prefers to receive pain…) Such is observed when we accidentally touch a hot object and we react with reflex by pulling it away. Once pain is experienced, we would rather not have to go through it again.
I can imagine the fear of possibly going through another painful experience. And that could affect us mentally, which would then affect us physically. We tend to be more careful, and try to take lesser risks that could result to the pain.
How would Sena react to this turn of events? He’d rise to the challenge, of course!
We fail, we fall, but we must stand up and rise again. What does not kill us makes us stronger. Once we overcome that fear of experiencing pain again, we become braver.
I find it timely that I try blogging here again with this episode. After my previous post, I felt that I should try again. Hey, no pain, no gain, right?
It has been one of my numerous questions when it comes to blogging about anime, or aniblogging – How the heck do I do this?
I have the tendency to watch anime episodes continuously. I like watching them in a marathon. It sort of helps me understand the story, and also it feeds my thirst to finish the story as soon as possible. You know how great series are – you can’t wait to get to the next episode.
Now, here is one of my problems. (more…)
Hey, everyone, how are things?
I’ve been reading up on a few things on how to improve blog posts, and one of the things I have noted is this time consistency thing. In this post by Joey Strawn, How your audience is like the Mogwai, he mentioned how timing is important in building an audience. (“Do not feed them after midnight“).
However, on my part, when it comes to this consistency thing, I fail at it.
I don’t post everyday. Well, I try, but fail at it. Some days I post, some I don’t.
I post at random times. Since most of you guys are active at night, I should probably post at around 8:00AM here – which is around 7 or 8 PM over there in the US. But, I don’t have post ideas at that time soon enough. At the worst case scenario when I am able to post, it would be at around 3PM(3AM), where most – if not all of you, are sleeping already.
I post at random days. Like I said, not only do I not post everyday, should I be able to post, it would be at a random day, highly unpredictable by you guys. So, even though I do manage to make a post – or make an awesome one, it is highly possible that either it does not get read at all, if not read by only a handful.
I hope I can remedy this. What about you? Are you consistent with your posts, or are you like me, where you just fire away when ready? See you around.