6 thoughts on “Making your blog more interactive

  1. Wonderful blog you have here but I was wanting to know if you knew of any user discussion forums that cover the
    same topics talked about here? I’d really love to be a part of community where I can get feedback from other experienced individuals that share the same
    interest. If you have any recommendations, please let
    me know. Thanks a lot!

  2. Hi Penelope,

    I work in the Research Exchange at Warwick Uni which supports this blog as well as researching for a PhD myself.

    Personally I’ve found that their is a great Twitter community discussing PhD life issues, I recommend following @PhDforum (as well as us @ResearchEx) and having a look at #phdchat.

    If you don’t use twitter we have a blog post on that too! https://phdlife.warwick.ac.uk/2014/01/03/using-twitter-to-boost-your-research-profile/

    And @academicssay have a great Twitter list for grad students https://twitter.com/AcademicsSay/lists/grad-student-resources

    Hope that helps!

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  4. Hey there I am so happy I found your website,
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  5. Giving value to our readers is a great way to engage them, for example, teaching them how to solve a specific issue

    As for the SEO, there are many things we could do on our own blogs, for example, paying attention to long tail keywords

    Google trends will help a lot on this

    Keep up with this impresive work!

    Greetings from Caracas, Venezuela

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