This blog post will teach you how to make a kiss last forever. It can seem like an impossible task – but it is not! With these 11 steps, you can take your kissing skills to the next level and create a passionate kiss that lasts for hours on end.
1: Use your hands in creative ways
2: Kiss with abandon
3: Keep eye contact
Blogging is a way to express yourself and share what you know. You can write about anything from your favorite TV show, to the best recipe in the world for fudge brownies! Whatever it is that you love – put it into words and blog away!
Blog posts are typically written as long-form content; they do not use bullet points or numbered lists. They cover all aspects of blogging: how blogs work, how bloggers make money, social media strategies, SEO tips and tricks, etcetera. The following sections on this page will provide specific examples of how to create different types of blog posts. For now though….let’s get started with some basics!
It can seem like a lot, but don’t worry. You can rest assured that you’re in safe hands with this blog post series on blogging basics!
What are blogs?
Why would I want to start blogging?
Should I blog anonymously or use my real name?
This is the first sentence of your long-form content. It should provide context for people who have not visited the page before reading it. Example: “Welcome to Blogging Basics 101!” Say something like: “What’s up everyone?” Or if this is an intro paragraph say something more creative and enticing such as, “I’m sorry about yesterday.” Skip bullet points and numbered lists when writing long form content so readers remain engaged with what you write.
This is the second sentence of your long-form content. It has a question and answer format to help readers who are new to blogging learn more about it. Example: “What’s up everyone?” Or if this is an intro paragraph say something more creative and enticing such as, “I’m sorry about yesterday.” Skip bullet points and numbered lists when writing long form content so readers remain engaged with what you write.
Should I be anonymous when starting my blog or should I use my name? That’s for you to decide! Here are some things to consider before deciding: – Do you want people in your life back home (say parents, siblings) knowing your whereabouts? – Do you want your boss finding out about something you wrote on the blog?
The best way to make sure that people can’t find who’s writing a blog is by using an anonymous pen name. No one knows what my “pen” name is for this post so they can’t google me and find out where I live or work, etc. There are many ways to go about coming up with a pseudonym but some popular ones include: picking two words from existing music lyrics, taking parts of song titles and putting them together in new combinations (e.g., The Beatles = Peanut butter jelly time), adding suffixes to common nouns (Eggman) or adjectives (Drumstick). You may also want to just use your initials.
The best way to ensure that you’re not revealing too much is by using a pen name and making sure the majority of what you say in public can’t be traced back to who you are personally. That means don’t write anything on social media, blogs or comment boards with your real identity attached. You may also want to consider limiting yourself from geotagging posts on Instagram so people can’t find out where you live without putting in some serious research time (including reverse-image searching).
There’s no shame in protecting your privacy because trust me: if someone wants it badly enough they’ll do whatever it takes! It doesn’t matter how many locks there are – eventually somebody will break through. It’s better to be safe than sorry and just get a pen name now!
Get a pen name now!
I’ve always been interested in writing as an outlet, but I never knew how to start. I tried blogging and found it difficult because people would keep their comments anonymous or use fake names that were so similar to mine they made me paranoid. My friend suggested getting a pen name and really liked the idea because she was having trouble with stalkers from her old blog post where she wrote about sensitive topics like child abuse and self-harm – things nobody should have access to unless they’re friends with her on Facebook.
My first instinct was to be embarrassed by my situation, but then I realized this can’t happen again if I make sure the majority of what you say in public can’t be traced back to you. I can’t let the fear of what my friends say about me or strangers online dictate how I live.
There’s a way to make sure I can still be me without being afraid of the consequences.
The hardest part about writing my blog is that it feels like every word could come back and haunt me, but now I’m not scared because I know there are ways to protect myself. This time around, nobody will have access to anything they don’t already have from Facebook – no private messages or life updates on what he said when he called last night. It’ll just contain things people need in order for this post to work as intended: words and pictures that show how sometimes all you want is a kiss and how hard it can be if someone won’t give one up willingly.
This was going well until somebody commented anonymously again with some generic message about how I should be grateful that somebody would want to kiss me at all.
At first, my knee-jerk reaction was a response defending myself and explaining why it’s not fair for him to judge when he doesn’t know anything about the situation – but then I realized there’s no point in trying to talk sense into someone who can’t see past his own assumptions. So instead of responding, I’m taking this as an opportunity: To show you what happens if you don’t make a kiss last forever.