Blogging

Blogging 101: Take Control of Your Title and Tagline

Am I going to edit my title or tagline? Nope, because I’m quite fond of both.

Instead I’ll give you a bit of insight behind them.

aspiringwriter22

First of all, I tend not to capitalize the a. It ruins the aesthetic for me personally. Also, I was fifteen when I first started this blog. Meaning I came up with aspiringwriter22 back then. Go ahead, judge a fifteen year old.

Anyway, I don’t regret calling myself that, especially since I couldn’t very well call myself writer22. It doesn’t sound the same. And I can’t recall if someone else already laid claim to the name. (I checked to see if the blog address is already in use. It is.)

Aspiring. I like how the word sounds. I especially like aspiring with writer. Those words work together when placed side by side. More importantly, I’m not implying I aspire to be a writer. In real life, I tell people I’m a writer.

Writer. Pretty self-explanatory.

22. My favourite number.

A blog about writers, for writers, written by an aspiring writer, exploring the life of a writer.

My tagline changes all the time. No doubt, it’ll probably change in the future. Just not in the near future. I hope my tagline isn’t too misleading or confusing. I think it accurately sums up my blog in one sentence since I talk about writing most of the time. Even when I’m not, I reference or make indirect remarks about writing.

I’m beginning to realize how big Blogging 101 actually is. There are so many bloggers doing it. Best of luck if you are. If you aren’t, I still wish for your success.

7 thoughts on “Blogging 101: Take Control of Your Title and Tagline

  1. I always think taglines and titles are hard. Most of the time, once they’re there you can’t change them. Of course, you change them on a blog, but it can get confusing to followers and such. As long as your title and tagline is true to your blog, then that’s pretty good.

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