Category: Blogging

  • What I Learned About the Sex Blogging Community from a Cross-Stitch Convention

    What I Learned About the Sex Blogging Community from a Cross-Stitch Convention

    In August 2018, I attended my first ever cross-stitch (a form of needlepoint) convention. Even though I’ve been stitching for 30 years, I felt completely out of my element. During it all, I learned a lot about myself, sex blogging, and communities. The first thing I learned is that there’s a convention for everything, including […]

  • Do You Need an Email Newsletter?

    Do You Need an Email Newsletter?

    Thinking of starting an email newsletter? Wondering if it’s really necessary? Have one and don’t know if it’s worth the time? The answer to the email question is…it depends. If you find yourself checking your personal email on your phone multiple times a day and your work email even more often, you already know how […]

  • 5 Types of Content to Create for Your Sex Blog or Adult Website

    5 Types of Content to Create for Your Sex Blog or Adult Website

    When you think website or blog content, you likely think of text first. Yes, overwhelmingly, this is true. But not all written content is the same, and not all your content has to be written at all. If you have a sex blog, you likely already share personal experiences, erotic fiction, or thoughts on sex […]

  • 4 Reasons Not to Delete Blog Posts (and 3 Reasons You Should)

    4 Reasons Not to Delete Blog Posts (and 3 Reasons You Should)

    From the very first, let me say, of course you can delete any blog post you want from your website. It’s your website! But before you do, I just want you to think about why you’re doing it. Based on your business and content goals, it’s not always a good idea. In the interest of […]

  • On Editing Old Blog Posts

    On Editing Old Blog Posts

    Girl on the Net recently asked a fascinating question — should you edit old blog posts to “fix” or (more nefariously) “hide” opinions you no longer hold? She makes a good case for why you shouldn’t and also why you might be tempted. Anxiety is a bitch, y’all. But her post (and the Twitter convo […]

  • Turning Your Blog Into a Book

    Turning Your Blog Into a Book

    This month’s contributor to The Smutlancer is Rachael Kaye known best as Wriggly Kitty. She shares how she turned her blog into a book! If you’re a freelance writer, fiction author or blogger, chances are that you’ll have lots of words along a particular theme that could be working harder for you. Whether it’s returned […]

  • The Anatomy of a Good Blog Post

    The Anatomy of a Good Blog Post

    “Good” is subjective. A good blog post even more so. Only one part of what makes a post work isn’t about subject matter or word choice but how the information is presented so that it can easily be read. You can craft the “perfect” blog post (based on the steps below) and if it’s not […]

  • Spreading Smutty Love Volume 5

    Spreading Smutty Love Volume 5

    I feel like such a slacker that it’s been so long since I participated in Share Our Shit Saturday (aka #SOSS), but also, I’m trying this radical new thing called Not Doing All the Things All at Once. So…yeah. Balance. Over the past couple of weeks, I’ve been collecting pieces I’ve seen around the web […]

  • Spreading Smutty Love for #SOSS Volume 4 – Top 100 Sex Bloggers

    Spreading Smutty Love for #SOSS Volume 4 – Top 100 Sex Bloggers

    I’m two weeks late to the party on sharing the Top 100 Sex Bloggers List of 2017 but as this list is meant to be useful until the 2018 list comes out, anytime is a good time. It’s the ultimate in Share Our Shit, isn’t it? I challenge you to look for a name you […]

  • About that About Page

    About that About Page

    As the end of the year approaches, plenty of writers and bloggers (myself included) are planning for the coming year and looking around at their blog. If you’re like me, you might be thinking, “I need to clean this joint up!” Or maybe you’ve decided to take your blog or website in a new and […]