Blog Readers’ Bill Of Rights (Blogging Tips For Beginners)

A Bill Of Rights With Blogging Tips For Beginners

File:Bill of Rights Pg1of1 AC.jpg We, the blog readers of the blogosphere, hold these truths to be self-evident:

  • That our time is valuable, so we should not be held captive by blog pages that are obstructed with pop-up ads that float across the page.
  • That our comments are worthy, so they should not be subject to the whims of the evil captcha empire.
  • That our reading time may be stolen while children nap,¬†bosses blather, or family members watch t.v., so it should not be broadcast with background music.

What rights do you want bloggers to respect?

Share you other blogging tips for beginners! 

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15 Responses to Blog Readers’ Bill Of Rights (Blogging Tips For Beginners)

  1. I want people to stop posting 20,000 self portraits and 50,000 angles of the turkey sandwich they had for lunch. :)

  2. Hmmmm, I want people not to try and impose their own "rules" on my musings. If i want to blog about a very interesting crack on the wall – so be it.

  3. Miz says:

    No music which wakes the entire house ;-)

  4. Carrie says:

    I hate captcha codes – I can hardly ever decipher them anyway.

    And, don't make me search for a way to comment!

  5. Love this! No auto-play anything – music, videos, etc. Captcha is the worst!!

  6. hikermom says:

    I hate those captcha codes! It has taken me 3 times to make a comment before. So lame!

  7. colleen says:

    HAHA! I love this! NOTHING that gets under my skin more than captcha codes! No that's a lie, there are some blogs that I just down right can't figure out how to post a comment on!
    The one thing I want bloggers to follow is simple: proof read. It doesn't have to be perfect but please make it comprehensible- just read through your work once or twice before hitting the publish button. :)

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