Tuesday, April 6, 2010
novel writingHow do you do a novel here?
Sunday, March 21, 2010
I just join and I can't figure out what I'm doing. I can't find out how to set up the blog. I don't even no if I'm silver and how many blogs I got. Where it says right a description is that where you really write your blog. I'm already ready to cancell but I know theres more then this.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
How can i get paid? do people end up finding writing work via this site?
Does it cost us money to read other blogs? I guess im not sure how this thing works! If can, please help!
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
I HAVE BEEN TRYING FOR 2 DAYS TO FIND OUT HOW TO RECIEVE MY BLOGIT EARNING, I HAVE TRIED TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BUT AT 88 I CAN'T SEEM TO UNDERSTAND HOW
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Help responding to reader comments
Can someone tell me how to send a reply to a reader? I clicked on reader's name to reply, up popped a dialog box for e-mail, but no button to "send".
I'm new to site, couldn't find it under Help, so appreciate any feedback.
Friday, February 19, 2010
I am just curious, I looked in my file I guess you call it and it said, I was number 248 in popularity. Please explain. This Blogit is all kinda new to me. Thank you
"The Opinions of Blazer 35
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Can anyone tell me how I can go in and edit something I've written after I've posted it.
Although I spell check, I've found the odd word has slipped by and is spelt incorrectly.
Friday, February 5, 2010
How about an inexpensive reader-only subscription?Obviously, I'm not suggesting it for myself, but for my readers from other sites. I would like to be able to send out invitations to subscribe to read Blogit, like a newspaper or magazine, for a modest monthly price, say $2. This will make Blogit much more attractive to readers, especially when they compare the cost of reading Blogit (currently $12.95 month-to-month) to the cost of their Atlantic Monthly, New Yorker or even Architectural Digest. Of course, they could always upgrade to a writer's subscription if they wish, but I am thinking few of them will and those that do will only do so after several months of reading and conferring with the writers on Blogit. Those writers, in turn, will have more encouraging reviews of Blogit as a source of income if there is a substantial readership pool from which to draw.
When you think about the ratio of readers to writers at a successful periodical, which is at least in the many tens of thousands in order to pay the writers and the support staff and management through both subscriptions and advertising, Blogit's one reader per writer -- which is closer to one reader to hundreds of writers when considering actually readership of individual writers -- is patently absurd! And the cause of that perverse ratio for Blogit is the lack of a reader-only subscription.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Hello; a question about comments..
I was browsing through some of my older posts and noticed on six to eight of them the comment section has been altered; in maybe two, just certain ones have been removed and the rest show this:
"404 - File or directory not found.
The resource you are looking for might have been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable."
I know with certainty I didn't delete any of these comments and they were not inflammatory; not worried about losing them necessarily but I am concerned that my account has been compromised somehow..I do not share my password with anybody, either on site or off. I have changed it today and am combing through my other blogs to see if anything else has been removed or changed.
Any insight about this would be appreciated!