It’s easy to be in your own little world when you’re blogging—only focusing on getting things written and posted. It’s important to connect with other bloggers, though, which I know I should devote more time to sharing with and learning from fellow bloggers.
A firm believer in lifelong learning, I am always on the look out for ways to improve my blog and increase my reach—which is just one of the reasons why I was happy to have come across eclectic6. The founders will be putting together tutorials to help improve members’ blogs, which I’m looking forward to. There are already lots of resources available.
I was originally introduced to eclectic6 by one of the founders—Heather of Home to Heather. She and 3 of her blogging friends have been supporting each other for a while now and they’ve recently decided that the more the merrier when it comes to mutual support.
Based around a forum system, eclectic6 has sections for support for different blog niches, as well as more general sections. What makes eclectic6 different from other forums is the support members receive from the founding bloggers, who regularly create new topics and keep older ones going—which makes the environment very interesting, and also keeps it fresh.
If you have a blog and think you could use some support, information and friendship, I encourage you to join me on the free. If you do sign up, I’d love to hear about it in the comments below.