A common and flat out stupid misconception is that all bloggers have a perfect workspace, neat and tidy all the time. This asinine idea isn’t always true. We don’t all have the perfect haven to work on our posts. That’s just what we want you to think. … Read More A Perfect Workspace? Ha, Yeah Right…
Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here and this is a more serious, introspective post that directly references this one here, written by Ospreyshire. The title? “Top 7 Concerns I Have As a Film Critic and As a Fan”, and let that sink in really well for all of you… because these concerns hold value and merit… Read More An Open Letter to Iridium Eye and Readers – This is the Truth about Blogging.
Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here. I’ve spoken about readability before, and discussed a few thoughts about numbered review scores for and how they can hinder the process. It’s about time to dive into big buzz words. To be clear though, fancy nonsense like “SEO” and “niches” sound nice. However, they don’t mean a damn thing… Read More Before You Worry About “SEO”, Build Alliances – Here’s How
Hey everyone, it’s Kernook here. Today I will be talking about a major fallacy in blogging: numerical scoring systems. If you enjoy content like this, be sure to follow our blog and our other platforms. You can help support us through PayPal or Patreon. I think I’ve only given a numerical value to the end… Read More Numbered Review Scores Fail You
So, you need eyes on your reviews, right? If you write reviews for the media that is already listed on IMDb, you’ve got to post it up in the critics section. I’ll show you how to do it.… Read More Anyone Can Leave a Critic Review on “IMDb”
I’m not writing this to get your attention, I’m writing this because I’m going to tell you the truth. You’ll follow me of your own volition, or you won’t. If not, that’s fine, but I promise you this; I’m going to give you good advice.… Read More The First Thing Bloggers Need to Know – Readability