Jina Gloson kwa Malaysia limekuwa si geni kwenye vyombo vya habari hasa baada ya kuandikwa sana kw mwaka jana namaanisha nusu ya mwisho ya mwaka jana.
Gloson ni mtoto wa miak 10 lakini ni Blogger anayekuja kwa kasi akiwa na miezi si zaidi ya saba kwenye ulimwengu huu wa magazeti tando, Kipaji chake si tu kwa kublog bali ni uwezo mkubwa alionao wa kujieleza, mara ya kwanza nilisoma kwenye gazeti la The Star haikuniingia hadi nilipoona akihojiwa kwenye Chanel kubwa ya Tv3 na kumuona kwa macho yangu.
Dogo anakipaji kweli kweli na ye anasema ana blog kila kitu anachoona kina manufaa kwa jamii na katika blog yake pia amefundisha jinsi ya kuandika Post yenye mvuto na jinsi ya kuchangia topic bila kwenda nje ya mada, akiwa ni wanafunzi wa shule ya msingi Gloson anasema alipata wazo la Ku blog toka kwa mama yake ambaye alimshauri ablog naye akaanza.
Mbali na kipaji hicho pia Gloson anakipaji cha kuandika mashairi akiwa meshaandika zaidi ya mashairi 100 ambayo yamechapishwa http://www.poetrytalents.com
Ikiwa na miezi 6 tu tangu ianzishwe blog ya Gloson ambayo inakwenda kwa anuani ya http://www.glosonblog.com/
“naamini nina mchango kwa jamii mengi waweza kujifunza toka kwangu na kuelimika, kuna mengi yakujifunza kwenye mtandao, napenda Internet naweza kufanya kila kitu kuanzia Homework, games, kununua vitu na kuwasiliana na vitu, alisema Gloson alipohojiwa kwenye Tv3. “kuna vitu siwezi kuwaeleza wazazi wangu moja kwa moja lakini huwa natuma email na naenda kulala nikiamka baba atanijibu ama kwa email au hata akikaa kimya najua anatafakari na amepata ujumbe wangu” aliongeza mtoto huyu anayejua kujieleza kwa lugha ya ufasaha na kufanya wtangazaji wote kucheka.
Pamoja na vipaji hivyo pia Gloson anakipaji cha kutumia Photoshop kwa ajili ya kucheza na picha, na ni mtundu wa mambo ya mtandao pia.
Kikubwa ninachoweza kuwapa toka kwake ni hii post:-
1. Kwa Bloggers
The post is done. The ‘publish’ button is going to be hit… Wait! There are still some things to do – things that would make the post better. In this post, you will learn the things you should to do before you publish you post.
Check Your Post
Before I hit the ‘publish’ button, I always checked for misspellings.
Misspellings are ridiculous. Although most writers check your spelling, they don’t check miss-misspellings. Miss-misspellings is a word I made up, which means instead of typing bet, you type vet. The spelling is correct, but the meaning is wrong.
Make sure the message is delivered properly and clearly
Write posts that everyone, not only you, can understand. Make sure the message is delivered in a way that all your readers find clear. Add more details to the part your readers might not understand.
Avoid using very complicated English and too many idioms. Not everyone is an English expert.
“Could this post be improved?”
Before publishing, I always ask myself, “Could this post be improved?” I then add more information that can improve my post, making it clearer or simply giving my readers some ‘extra knowledge’. I delete unnecessary information.
If you can find a picture, you can also add it to a post, as long as it describes the post.
Imagine you are the reader
After I added more information and modified the parts, I see myself as the reader. I pretend I didn’t read the post before. I then read it. If I find something offensive, not clear enough, or need more details and advice, I modify the post so that my readers wouldn’t find any problems reading the post.
Then, I read it again, and see if the post is okay.
Don’t publish it yet?
The longer a post stays, the more it can be improved, and the better it will be. The reason I put a question mark above is because if you really think your post is ready to be published, you can go on with the publishing. But if you leave your post for further improving, it will be better.
For example, you finished writing a post in the morning, and improved ‘all’ the parts that could be improved, but you decided to leave it unpublished for further study. At evening, you read your post again, with new eyes, and found more parts of the post that can be improved.
The reason you see your post with ‘new eyes’ is because after you finished writing a post, all you are focused on is your post, and your brain gets a little tired. After quite some time, your brain will get a little rest, learn new things, refresh itself, etc. When you come to your post again, your brain will have new ideas; new things that improve your post.
This is recommended if you are writing your best post ever.
If you are unsure whether a post is to be published, it is best to leave it in the workplace for further reading. But if you simply leave the post in your workplace, and do not improve it, the post would not get better.
If I already clicked publish before you do the actions above, the post would be good. But wouldn’t it be better if I did all the things above? I hope this post will inspire you and make you a better blogger
2. Kwa wasomaji
I have saw people comment on blogs wrongly. That’s why I wrote this post. In this post, you will learn how to make good comment on blogs. How to avoid being spam… Comments are a part of the blog. So why don’t we make them useful?
In this post, I am talking about comments on blogs, not about comments or youtube or other websites.
1. Be Useful
Being useful is the most precise way to be beneficial to the readers and the blogger. You can be useful in many ways. If you feel the post is missing something, or just want to add some additional information to the post, comment it! Being useful simply means you are providing benefits to your readers!
2. Be relevant to the topic and the post.
Be relevant to the topic and the post, or not your comment will make no sense. I said ‘and’ because the post might not be what you thought it was, so you have to read the post before comment.
There is a comment on ‘How to Repair a TV‘. The comment is written, “Hi, I think you are a great blogger. Maybe you will be a famous blogger one day,” That doesn’t make any sense as the post is not related to that. But, you can turn that comment into an email, and use the contact form on the blog to send it to the blogger.
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