Why do you have a new Website? mymollydoll.wordpress.com is a way for me to connect to other Bloggers in the Community via a Social Blogging Platform, that is Wordpress, which is a very popular Platform for Fashion Bloggers. I thought I would join and participate. Upon joining I realized that there were really cool tricks I could do with the Website to help tie together all my Blogs, on a Bigger Social Blogging Platform, with more creative space for my Blogs to interact with my Audience, and an easy space from which all my Blogs can be easily accessed and material retrieved for Re-Blogging.
Wordpress? I chose Wordpress to connect my Blogs to, because (1) It is Popular (2) Easy to use by phone (3) Is an option for posting and blogging to on my phone via icon; and (3) Is separate from my Weebly Accounts which I keep simple and more specialized and do not update on a daily basis usually, and try to keep things neat (here forward).
.org? .net was already taken by my lesliefischman.weebly.com website I created. But I do have an email address to .net which is email@example.com. Similarly I have an email for my new .org Website firstname.lastname@example.org. Why so many emails for your Websites ... lets jump to my response to the next question.
Member Site? Why would you create a Member Site? A Member Site enables me to stay in contact with my Audience Members and notify them of any deals and updates to my Website. Send Newsletters Weekly/Monthly or send out Announcements or Referrals to Articles I may find along the way which I think they would, as a whole, be interested in too. Usually if they are following me, means they like my taste in Fashion, Culture, Literature, etc. and creating a Member Site enables me to connect with them in that way, via Newsletters, and maintain an Email Database. - Which supplies a further response to your third question regarding Website Email Addresses. Website Email Addresses enable you access to additional tools for formatting Emails, Newsletters, Blog Photos, Updated Blog Pieces to send to your Audience, whose Emails you are able to retain via sign up on their behalf.
Hope this helps clarify a few questions about the sudden changes to MYMOLLYDOLL and why dispersed onto so many Websites. I'm not being experimental for study, I am learning as I go, so as I learn as I go, there of course will be a trail of that learning curve, which I have the responsibility at the end to provide a coherent space from which to share new content, showcase old content, and build new spaces that accurately reflect my drive and dedication to Fashion, Blogging, and the rest of the Community Online, to be a helpful contributor of organized content for viewing, sharing, and review by my peers online at their leisure. All of which I hope will enable me to continue donating to Brady Campaign and earn a living working online for Cizo.com and beyond. Thank you for following, look forward to getting back to Writing on mymollydoll.com and mymollydoll.wordpress.com.
By: Leslie Fischman - 06/28/16
Online Communications Whats Appropriate and Whats Not
by: Leslie Fischman
For those of you with a love for Fashion, please visit my "NEW" Fashion Blogging Website mymollydoll.wordpress.com. This content is separate from mymollydoll.com because it is to highlight my Professional Work Online as a Fashion Blogger and Quotes Blogger. I would like to create a Member Website one day from which to Blog your favorite Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook Posts to in an environment without cross-talk, commentary, comments, and Mentions -a place to post for just the art of posting not for the art of communication. I have thought a lot about how I communicate online, and via mention is simply not the best way to communicate your thoughts to another or to highlight an accolade of another, without their permission, I think this puts too much trust into the hands of the Bloggers and not enough simple credit to the owner or creator of the content (which is the original purpose for enabling mentions on Blogs -I believe -not to tag people to posts to include them as a third party to a conversation online). I think blogging via widgets/embedding is the best way to Blog and Re-Blog from Websites and would like to one day create a space from which others can also embed their favorite posts, simply, like on Wordpress and Weebly for Fashion and Quotes Bloggers, that keeps track of credits to whom and from which site. Right now I think Pinterest does a great job of keeping track of credits and origins, which is why I prefer to Re-Blog from Pinterest.
This post is dedicated to my Communications Online Mentor @Luke360 Lucas Bean.