How To Be A Better Blogger With Kevin Duncan!

In a sea of sameness, have you ever come across a blogger whose writing style is so unique you can’t help but take notice? Today’s featured blogger is like that. And it’s quite possible you’ve never heard of him.

Everyone, say hello to Kevin Duncan of Be A Better Blogger. Who is he? How can he help you? Let’s find out!

Kevin is a blogger, website developer and freelance writer. He has been blogging since 2005, when he opened a Xanga account.

“I had just finished graduate school and was about a month away from my last day as a high school computer teacher,” Kevin noted. “I had time on my hands all of a sudden and blogging gave me something to do.”

It’s his background as a teacher which shaped the blogger Kevin would one day become. To reach his students, he would use amusing stories and anecdotes to help the material be more relatable.

“Students,” Kevin explained, “want a teacher who will either leave them alone or who will entertain them.

“I chose the latter. I tricked them into learning.”

With his Master’s in Computer Science in hand, Kevin began working as a website developer. He’s built hundreds of websites for the U.S. Department of Defense, and in 2007 he started working with WordPress. While learning how to create professional WordPress themes, Kevin switched his Xanga blog to a self-hosted WordPress one.

His blog topic? Humor.

kevin duncan“It’s odd to think about now, but I ran a humor blog for seven years. I wrote funny, clean stories several times a week for no reason other than to make people smile. I really enjoyed it. And it was surprisingly popular.”

However, reduced spending within the Department of Defense eventually led to his entire department being laid off. With a wife to support and a “fixer-upper” home still needing lots of work, Kevin suddenly found himself without a job.

“I needed a new plan,” Kevin admitted.

His blog, Be A Better Blogger, was part of this plan.

With almost-ten years experience as a blogger, thirteen years experience creating websites, and three years experience as an educator; Kevin realized he had a unique background to offer.

His seven years writing humor and satire made his background even more unique.

“I realized I could teach people in ways they probably haven’t been taught before,” said Kevin.

“I can write about blogging, writing, web design, and similar topics in a style people aren’t used to; and I have the educational and professional background to back up what I’m saying.”

This unique style is present in most of Kevin’s writing.

In a post about combating writer’s block, Kevin used a story about a bear wearing a fake mustache to emphasize one of his points. In other posts, he’s talked about Winston Churchill, John Grisham, the world’s tiniest horse, and the actor who played the role of Steve Urkel on TV’s “Family Matters.”

It may sound as though his posts are wall-to-wall silliness, but Kevin seamlessly blends these anecdotes and examples into pillar posts of 1,250 to 2,500 words packed with helpful information.

“I blog the same way I taught as a teacher,” said Kevin. “I want my readers to be excited about learning. And I want a 2,000 word post to feel like 800 words to them, just like I wanted a 50-minute class to feel like 20 minutes to my students.”

In addition to helping his fellow bloggers through his posts, Kevin uses Be A Better Blogger as a platform to help those who desire further assistance, while also earning income for himself and his wife.

Under his “Hire Me” page, readers can tap into Kevin’s years of experience as a website developer and hire him to create custom WordPress themes or logos. Or, they can tap into his years of blogging experience and hire him to review their blogs, set up their WordPress blogs for them, or be their blogging coach.

“Some readers need more than informative posts to read,” explained Kevin.

“I like helping them. It’s what I do. And if it can help support my family, even better.”

Finally, you can tap into Kevin’s unique style of writing and hire him to write for your blog or website.

“I have been freelance writing for a few months now and it’s been a lot of fun,” smiled Kevin. “It’s something I hope to do more and more of in the future.”

Kevin’s background in computer science, WordPress, web design, education and blogging allows him to write on a wide variety of topics.

And, if you have a successful blog or website with good traffic and site ranking, Kevin waives his writing fee.

“The opportunity to reach new readers and build up Be A Better Blogger through quality ‘dofollow’ links is worth more than money,” explained Kevin.

Freebies Kevin offers

  • 12-Week Super Duper Blog Tip Series (delivered straight to your inbox)
  • Entertaining and informative posts/articles your readers will enjoy (free for sites with a Google Page Rank of 2 or higher)

Services offered by Kevin

Read some of Kevin’s blog posts

Befriend Kevin on Social Media

NB: In the past 2 weeks, I have featured Donna Merrill and Don Purdum on this blog. These are some other wonderful bloggers you should connect with.

To be featured on this blog is absolutely free. It’s just a way for me to bring more awesome bloggers together. However, don’t contact me asking to be featured. I’ll be the one to contact you when it’s your turn.

Time to interact with Kevin!

Go read Kevin’s posts, check out the rest of his website, and friend
him on social media. Leave him comments here. Fire away with your
questions. Kevin will be here to answer.

76 thoughts on “How To Be A Better Blogger With Kevin Duncan!”

  1. Hey Kevin,
    Welcome to Enstine place.
    It’s really nice to see you here. Your interview was very inspiring and knowledgeable.
    And it’s a nice blend of information and passion in you blog.
    Thank you

  2. Hi there,

    I must say you must be a hilarious and funny man in person.

    You must have been a lot experience right now because 13 years of experience makes you qualified as a great instructor.

    I like blogs with a lot of sense of humor for me aside to be informed, I also wanted to be always to be entertained as well you said you mix a lot of sense of humor to entertain the reader.

    I really learn a lot.


    Keep rockin’,


    I found this post shared on

  3. Hi Kevin,

    It is my pleasure to know about you through Enstine’s blog. You might be a perfect choice for topic like that and surely have great quality to be a top class blogger.
    I congratulate you for your future endeavor.

    I am impressed with your writing skill.

  4. I followed a link from another blog to you, Enstine and then followed your link to Kevin. Two new discoveries in one day!

    I have you both on my list of ‘interesting bloggers to follow’. It’s not a very long list, so you are both at the top. I love information and I love humour. It’s a happy day!

    • That’s awesome Catherine! You are making a new interesting addition to my list as well! Time to follow the commentluv link to your blog too 😉

      Hope to see you again here and soon 😉

    • Hi Catherine,

      So glad you discovered me and Enstine! We should send a “thank you” note to the blog who linked you to Enstine. 🙂

      Thanks for adding me to your “interesting bloggers to follow” list. I’m honored, and I’m sure Enstine is, too.

      Looking forward to seeing more of you on Be A Better Blogger! Hope you have a great day, Catherine!

  5. Hello Enstine, Nope I have never heard of Kevin Duncan before, a blogger since 2005, Wowsy I didnt even know what a blog was in 2005 LOL Love it he wrote a smiling blog now that is for me 🙂

    I did go ahead and friend him on all the social media sites that you suggested, How cool it that? What a great write up, I am off to check out his website.. Thanks for introducing Kevin to us here on your blog..

    Chery :))

    P>S> I did land here on your blog VIA Kingged

    • Hey Chery,

      Go to see you here engaging with Kevin. He’s such a wonderful blogger and I’m sure you both are going to pull on well. He will soon be here to respond to you 😉

      Do have a wonderful week

    • Hi Chery,

      Thank you for commenting and following me on Twitter, Google Plus and Facebook! For about fifteen minutes yesterday, my email inbox was overrun with Chery-related notifications. 🙂

      I’m looking forward to seeing you on Be A Better Blogger!

      Thank you for your kind comment. I hope you have a wonderful day!

  6. Hey Enstine, I got this mail and I was like Duncan? Who is he? What possibly will he share that some others haven’t yet covered? And oh boy! He just went on to beat my imagination!

    Sir, I humbly welcome you once again to sir Enstine’s great blog where serious bloggers acquire necessary knowledge to actually make it real big in the online world.

    So you know my name already, right? No need for introduction….

    Okay, who better it is to teach on the topic “be a better blogger” if not the great Duncan?

    You’ve done a pretty nice job here sir and that’s evidence of the over 60 comments left already and that dude named “Yourfriend” is quite funny. He wanted to piece you and Enstine out or what?

    Thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge with us sir Duncan, it’s really much appreciated and hope to see you around soon – have a magical week ahead sir!


    • Hey Sam,

      Haha. Yes, I imagine most of Enstine’s readers reacted the same way you did!

      Thank you for the kind welcome. I really appreciate it! And yes, I’m very happy with the number of comments this post has received. You and the rest of Enstine’s readers have been very gracious.

      Thanks again, Sam. Hope you have a great week, too!

  7. I’m not familiar with Kevin Duncan, but I’ve found him an awesome person.

    As what I’ve learned here about him, he’s such a good blogger who enjoyed writing a humor content to make his readers smile, and he’s having fun with it.

    His words make sense, and I like how they are well delivered. I also admire his writing style, because it is quite unique and creative, as for me. I will not doubt if Kevin’s blog will someday be on the next batch of successful blogs for todays generation.

    Thanks for the post! I’ll surely bookmark this.

    I’ve found this post shared on and leave the same message there.

    • Hi Pauleen,

      Thank you! I’m glad Enstine’s wonderful feature on his blog allowed you to learn a little bit about me.

      Appreciate the kind words. I hope my blog lives up to your expectations!

      Hope you have a wonderful day, Pauleen. Thanks again.

  8. What a beautiful way of explaining an article. I appreciate your work Enstine. I am a co-author at I would appreciate if you could go through my posts and give your valuable comments. Thanks again for sharing with us this post. Looking forward to hear from you soon. Good Luck !!!

    • Hi Sanjay,

      How kind of you to say. Thank you!

      I saw you’v also visited and commented on Be A Better Blogger. Glad to have you!

      Hope you have a great day, Sanjay.

  9. Hello Kevin,
    congratulations for being featured on Enstine’s blog!

    I’ve visited your site, I love the design.
    I see it’s built on Genesis Framework.
    Have you personalized a child theme?

    I like above all the part above the fold and the header,
    but as I mentioned all the site design is great!

    Just connected with you via Twitter.
    Talk to you soon! 🙂

    • Hey Erik,

      Thank you! It was really nice being featured on Enstine’s great blog here.

      Awesome! I’m happy to hear you visited Be A Better Blogger and liked what you saw. Yes, I created a child theme for Genesis. The theme for my blog was my first time working with Genesis, actually. I’m a big fan of it!

      Appreciate the kind words regarding the design! I’ve seen you around in the comment sections of other blogs, but I don’t believe I’ve ever visited No Passive Income. I’ll have to remedy this later today!

      Thanks for the Twitter follow! Hope you have a great day, Erik.

  10. Hi Kevin,

    Love to know you through Enstine’s blog. You are the choice of Enstine you literally have a great qualty as a blogger and your writing style is awesome.

    Compleately pleased with your work. Great to know you…

    • Hi Shiwangi,

      Thank you! That is very kind of you to say.

      Good to know you, too! Thanks for stopping by Enstine’s awesome blog here. Hope you’ll visit me at Be A Better Blogger, too.

      Have a great day!

  11. Thanks for sharing Kevin duncan better blogger information on your blog. Thanks for sharing this information here.

  12. Hi Enstine and Kevin,

    Love the format of this interview. I agree fully, Kevin is unique. The word gets tossed around much but he is, as he’s simply authentic, personable, and he has a fun delivery I haven’t seen before.

    He has a knack for injecting humor into his blog but at the same time, he teaches you a valuable lesson related to blogging. This can be challenging at times; not only being genuinely funny, but making the link. He does it with ease.

    Kevin, you have such a neat background. I had no clue you created so many sites for the Department of Defense. Wonderful service, and really neat job.

    As for your meld, between teacher, and contractor, and humorist blogger, I can relate on some level. I worked in different niches, and received my degree in meteorology, but can see how your colorful, varied background benefited you.

    I’m a meteorologist (by training), former inside sales rep, database analyst, shipping terminal security guard. Each experience taught me lessons that I apply to my blogging and island hopping ways today.

    Like you said, it’s genuinely fun to help people, doing what we do, and I can see that you are having fun like crazy over at be a better blogger.

    Carry on dude. Your star is rising so quickly, and you’re an inspiration for so many bloggers out there, myself included.

    Thanks so much Enstine.

    Tweeting this one in a bit.


    • Hey Ryan,

      Great to see you over here on Enstine’s blog! Thank you for reading and leaving one of your patented Ryan-Biddulph-epic comments!

      Really appreciate the kind words. My writing is still evolving (you’ll notice one post may be more “out there” than others; sometimes I reign in the “humor writer” in me more than others when I write on Be A Better Blogger), but I always try to educate in an entertaining way. Sometimes it works, sometime it doesn’t. 🙂

      You have a very diverse background as well! And as you said, each experience taught lessons you use in your blogging today. I don’t know if you are the only blogger in the blog-from-a-tropical-island niche, but I can’t imagine there are many of you (and you’re the only I know)! This uniqueness certainly makes for an interesting read, which is a big a reason why Blogging From Paradise is doing so well, so soon! The other big reason: Your style is very memorable!

      Thanks! Hard to view myself as an inspiration, though. I just want people to smile. And to teach them. And to make a little money for my family. Inspiring great people such as yourself is certainly a nice bonus. 🙂

      Have a good one!

  13. Hi Enstine,
    Its quite interesting to note that Kevin Duncan employs a unique style to passage his blogging message across. Its little wonder that he stands out as a “better blogger”. I admire his style of trying to make listeners/readers get interested despite challenges and limitations!

    In addition, another takeaway for me is the style you employed in presenting this post. I was expecting the usual Interview style many blogger employ with guest or features bloggers but this is different and readily reflect what Kevin Duncan stands for: ” a unique blogger in the sea of sameness”

    I upvoted this post in kingged where it was shared for online marketers and bloggers.

    • Hi Sunday,

      Thank you for reading and commenting! I appreciate the kind words. I do my best to grab my reader’s attention when I write. Sometimes I succeed, sometimes I don’t. 🙂

      Thanks for stopping by. I’m sure Enstine appreciates it, too. Hope you have a great weekend!

  14. Hi Enstine!

    Quite some time bro, I have being completely away from net and its activities. Just got back to blogging days ago.

    And to be honest, this is the first post am reading after coming back to blogging. Thanks for bringing Kevin down here for we your readers and I never heard of him, but going by what you put up man, Kevein is sure one blogger with lots of valuable experience to learn from.

    Thanks Kevin, and nice reading your blog again Enstine.

    • Hi Shamsudeen,

      Welcome back to Enstine’s blog! Sounds like you two have known each other for a long time. 🙂

      Thanks for the kind words. Hopefully my experience can help many of Enstine’s readers. They already get so much great information from him; reading my content as well will hopefully be a nice bonus.

      Hope you have a great weekend, Shamsudeen!

  15. First of all , I would like to appreciate your efforts to give us latest blogging and make money tips .

    I used to think , blogging is just a money making trade , but after reading Kevin Duncan’s awesome background and blog , I think blogging is more than money .

    • Hi Bilal,

      Thank you for reading and commenting. I’m glad you got something out of it!

      Yes, I agree. Blogging is so much more than money. It’s rewarding in so many other ways. That’s what makes blogging so great. It can enrich people’s lives in a variety of different ways. Some do it to make money, some do it to connect with friends, and some do it just to have fun!

      Thanks again! Hope you have a great weekend.

  16. Hi Kevin
    Nice to e-meet you here at one of my favorite blog. Your article is so nice and helpful for newbie bloggers. Your tips are amazing & should follow it.
    I’ve got some of the great money making information from Kevin Duncan and impressed to see your brilliant concept of information sharing with your readers.

    Keep blogging and bring us some latest updates on your blogging way!

    • Hi Pritam,

      Nice to e-meet you as well! Thank you for your kind words.

      Enstine definitely offers great content here on his blog, so it’s no wonder he has so many loyal readers! I thank all of you for reading, learning more about me, and commenting.

      Thanks again, Pritam. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

  17. Hi Kevin
    It is wonderful to see you here at one of my favorite blogs.
    Enstine started a great series to introduce awesome bloggers and its most impressive feature is that he picks himself who he has to introduce for his readers. Requesting to be featured here is not allowed.
    Kevin; I am regular visitor of your blog and yes your way of writing is quite unique. Story telling is your forte to put value in your contents.
    Wish you all the best and more success in your blogging career.

    • Hey Mi Muba!

      Wonderful to see you here on Enstine’s wonderful blog! He really does do a great job introducing bloggers (as well as great content) to new readers. I’m very thankful he chose to feature me!

      Thank you! That is very kind of you to say, Mi Muba. I’ve enjoyed having you as a regular reader on my blog, and I really appreciate your kind words regarding my writing style and story telling.

      Wish you all the best, too. Have a great weekend!

  18. The first thing I asked myself was this as soon as I saw your headline was; Who is Kevin Duncan?
    Until I realised it was this great blogger who had even being on my blog before as well and there is no doubt he is one of those finest bloggers in this blogosphere.

    I do love his writing style the most as well. I am tempted to link him to one or two bloggers in blogosphere but I think I need to hold my peace. Hahaha!

    Hi Kevin, do have a great weekend.

    PS: I found this post on

    • Hi Emmanuel,

      Haha. Yes, I imagine most of Enstine’s readers wondered “Who is Kevin Duncan?” when they read the headline of this post! 🙂 I’m glad Enstine chose to introduce me to all of you.

      Thank you for the kind words. I’m glad you enjoy my writing style!

      Hope you have a great weekend, too, Emmanuel. Thanks again.

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    • Hi Amit,

      Thank you for reading and commenting!

      I’m really glad you enjoyed it, and I’m happy to hear you plan on visiting my blog and reading some of my posts. I love getting new readers. 🙂

      Hope you have a wonderful day, Amit. Thanks again!

  20. Hehe yeah, you need to stay amusing and interesting Right? For your students and your readers. So always look for the brighter side of things.Like taking Spam Comments as a Blessing 🙂

    Hmm, enstine might be getting annoyed by these comments.I added you on Google+

    • Hi ya Friend,

      I’m all for looking at the bright side of things, but taking spam comments as a blessing could take some getting used to. 🙂

      Yes, should probably stop annoying Enstine. Haha. He’s likely getting flooded with email notifications.

      Good talking to you, Friend. I’ll be sure to look for you on Google Plus.

      Have a great day.

  21. Hmmm , I know it depends upon the project and the demands of your client.But one thing is sure that it takes more time than designing a Website.

    Btw, I get happy when I receive Spam Comments on my Blog.It indicates that my Blog is getting abroad and getting more exposure than before. 🙂

    • Hi again, Friend.

      Boy, I think you’re single-handedly going to ensure Enstine receives a lot of comments on this post! 🙂

      Well, I may very well be in the minority (I don’t know), but I find creating WordPress themes a lot easier and less time consuming than designing non-Wordpress websites. This may be due to the fact the websites I design are for the government (and everything takes longer when it’s government related), but yeah… WordPress themes are easier, in my humble opinion. For whatever that’s worth!

      Haha. That is an interesting take. I’ve never considered the UPSIDE to spam before, but I guess you have a point. If the spambots have found you, it means your blog is moving up in the world. 🙂

  22. that was Enstine xD
    do you make WordPress themes too? How much time does it take to make one?

    I asked the question because it wasn’t allowing me to post short Comment.

    • Hi Friend,

      Yeah, Enstine requires a certain number of words in order to leave a comment. It’s an effective strategy for combating spam, as well as bloggers who are just in it for the backlink. People like that will simply write “good stuff” or something, without even taking time to read the post. 🙂

      As for your question: Well, honest answer is it depends. I’ve created custom themes in as little as a few days before, and I’ve created themes that took several weeks or longer to complete. It depends on the scope of the project as well as the client.

  23. I’ve only known Kevin for about a week or so but this guy is great and has some of the most unique posts I’ve read in a while. His writing style is very different and that’s what makes it work.

    It’ll take some time, but I have to go back and read some of his earlier work.

    He’s definitely added to my list of bloggers whose blogs to visit a few times a week just to see what’s new and to share their content.

    Thanks for featuring him Enstine.

    Great job and hope the both of you have a great weekend.

    – Andrew

    • Hey Andrew,

      Glad to see you here!

      Yeah, it’s been hardly anytime at all since we crossed paths for the first time! Thanks for the kind words. I like your style, too, and I think you’re doing some awesome things on Shade of Info.

      I’ve added you to my list of bloggers to watch, too. Not only that, you’re on my list of “bloggers who aren’t household names yet, but will be” (a list in which also includes myself and Enstine). 🙂

      Hope you have a great Friday and weekend, Andrew. Looking forward to reading your next post!

  24. I came here from Google+ and I am first time hearing about Kevin Duncan . But after reading from top to the bottom, I can say he deserves to be Featured.I liked his Quotes especially the one about Students 🙂 ( Either amuse them or Leave them Alone )

    Converging 2000 words post to look like of 800 and making 50 minutes class as interesting so it feels like of only 20.

    I can say he writes brilliantly and his freelancing services are worthy of getting Hired.Thanks for Featuring this Guy.

    I am going to read some of his Blog Posts 🙂

    • Hi Friend,

      Welcome! Glad you found your way here from Google Plus! Do you mind if I ask whose Google+ page referred you here? I want to send them a thanks!

      Aww, thank you! So kind of you to say. I’m happy you think so (and I hope others agree)!

      I noticed you left me a couple comments over on Be A Better Blogger, too. Thank you for those! I’m glad you came over and decided to engage. 🙂

      Hop you have a wonderful and awesome weekend. Thanks again for your comment!

      • I don’t need to give you the referring link because you have already thanked them via Comment. 🙂

        • Hi Friend,

          Ah, I see. Well good then! So it’s either Shahazad, Harleena, Emebu, Don, Corinna, Marc, Adrienne, Catherine, or Enstine?

          I’ll cover my bases by thanking them all again. Thanks, all! 😀

  25. Great to see you being featured her Kevin!

    I love Kevin’s writing style. It is very personal and I love his humour. Always makes for an interesting and enjoyable read!

    It’s lovely to get to know a bit more about you, and hearing about your comedy blog makes perfect sense now. Keep the fun coming in your educational posts….it will be what put’s your blog in the number 1 spot 🙂

    • Hi Catherine,

      Thanks for stopping by Enstine’s blog and leaving a comment!

      Thank you. I’m really glad you enjoy my writing style, as well as the personal touch and humor I try to impart. It makes me smile knowing readers are enjoying themselves!

      Hope so! It would be quite the uphill climb to reach the #1 spot in my niche, but hey… anything is possible! 🙂

      Hope you have a great weekend, Catherine!

  26. Hey Enstine,

    Nice to see you highlighting Kevin here. He was right, I did learn some things about him.

    We’re recently crossed paths too and I feel like I have another new blogging friend. I could tell by his unique writing style just how talented he was but now I know more of how that came about.

    Ah, and a comedian as well as a teacher. My goodness, I’m surrounded my greatness these days. Look at all the talent I’m in touch with. I feel like I’ve hit the jackpot now.

    Well Kevin, I’m so glad to have learned this about you and it doesn’t change my opinion of you one bit! LOL!!! My own sense of humor trying so hard to shine through! 😉 Nothing like yours though.

    Great share Enstine and thanks for spilling the beans about Kevin. Good things to know and interesting too. You guys have a great rest of your week now okay.


    • Hi Adrienne,

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Appreciate the kind words! Yes, I was a teacher. And a humor writer. Surprised? 😀

      It’s certainly an odd background I have, which is why I think it took me so long to start a blog like Be A Better Blogger. (Computer Science major + web developer + high school teacher + humor writer = Guy who blogs about blogging?) It took me a while to see how all the pieces could fit together. 🙂

      It’s been awesome getting to converse with you a bit online these past few weeks. I consider you a blogging friend, too! Glad you were able to learn a bit more about me, and thanks for having fun with your comment!

      Hope you have a wonderful Friday and weekend!

      • Hey Kevin,

        Well with all your unique qualifications I think you’ve found your home. Who doesn’t enjoy a little humor when reading about blogging. That subject at times can become rather redundant so have some fun with it.

        I’m glad we met too, it’s been a fun experience. We’ll definitely be hanging out a bit more together as time goes by so watch out! 😉

        You have a good one my friend.


        • Hey Adrienne,

          Thanks! Yeah, I keep telling my wife I wish I’d started this blog back in 2005. But the reality is I didn’t have the background then I do now. I wouldn’t have been nearly as proficient or, gasp, interesting! 🙂

          Sounds good/ Watch out, you say? Haha.

          BTW: Your friend Max Ivey commented on Be A Better Blogger (via Harleena Singh). What an inspiration! Random, I know, but I just replied to his comment, so I guess he’s on my brain. 🙂

          Have a great rest of your day!

  27. I’m glad to see Kevin featured here. His blog is one of the best new blogs you’ll find and he’s an excellent writer.

    • Hey Marc,

      Good to see you over here on Enstine’s blog! I appreciate you stopping by and commenting. If you weren’t familiar with Enstine, definitely check out the rest of his site!

      Awesome, that’s so nice of you to say, Marc. I really appreciate it!

      Have a good one…

  28. I feel as if blog writing can be more challenging since the audience has so much information they can access with one key. If they’re not engaged, they quickly search for something better. If you can successfully captivate a classroom full of students daily or even three times a week, you’ve shown you can adapt to any audience. I admire writers who do make their posts anecdotal or conversational, so I don’t even realize I’ve been reading for a lengthy period of time until I’m finished.

    • Hi Corinna,

      Thanks for commenting! I agree, it IS quite challenging capturing an audience’s attention with your blog these days. There’s just so, so much competition out there. So many other blogs and websites they can read!

      I appreciate your thoughts! It’s good to know my years as a teacher weren’t wasted. 🙂 For a while I feared they were, but I realize now I get to use those skills every single day!

      Thank you for commenting here on Enstine’s great blog, and thanks you for coming over to Be A Better Blogger and leaving me comments! I really appreciate it.

      Hope you have a wonderful day, Corrina.

  29. Hi Enstine and Kevin,

    Great post Enstine! Kevin’s been a great guy to connect with.

    In a short time I’ve built a nice rapport with him and he is very engaging, sincere, funny, witty writer.

    I really have enjoyed his posts. Sometimes I get a big chuckle and grin and just have to keep reading.

    Thanks for sharing him. Kevin, keep up the great work and I look forward to connecting more!

    ~ Don

    • Hey Don,

      Thank you for visiting and commenting!

      I appreciate the kind words. It’s been a lot of fun getting to know you a bit these last couple weeks. I appreciate the shares you’ve thrown my way, not to mention the great comments on Be A Better Blogger (and the great content you write on Unveil the Web)!

      Keep up the great work! Talk to you again soon, I’m sure.

  30. Becoming a better blogger is the goal of every business minded blogger, the question is how can one become a better blogger? Like every other profession has men and women who has gone ahead in to achieve great fits, Blogging also has these categories of persons, therefore, learning from a man or woman who has distinguished themselves in this respect is a very good thing.
    I as a person has learnt a lot from Enstine.

    • Hi Emebu,

      Thank you for reading and commenting.

      Yes, finding a mentor or something experienced in your field is a great way to better yourself. Thankfully, we bloggers have many experienced people we can look up to!

      You’ve picked a good one in Enstine, and I’m sure you’ve learned a lot from him and will continue to do so. Already, in less than a year, he’s built this blog into one with an excellent Alexa rating. The sky is the limit for him, I’m sure.

      Thanks again, Emebu. I hope you’ll visit Be A Better Blogger and leave a comment there, too.

      Have a wonderful day.

  31. Hi Kevin, and it’s good to meet you at Enstine’s place 🙂

    Yes, I’ve been reading your comments on a few blogs but we’ve never bumped into each other. So. its wonderful to meet a fellow blogger and a freelance writer as well.

    I surely like the name of your blog and I am sure it must be making every blogger a bit better once they leave reading your wonderful posts. As Enstine mentioned, you have a unique writing style – it makes me hop over and read some of your posts, which I will in a while. So, it’s great connecting here and wish you the best in your blogging journey too.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead, both of you 🙂

    • Hi Harleena,

      Thank you! It’s good to be here. 🙂

      Oh yes, I’ve seen you around on other blogs, too. You pop up quite often!

      I’m not sure if I’ve yet to stop by and visit your blog, though. Which is a shame, because I’ve seen you in several “roundup” posts on blogs I read and they all highly recommend you!

      I’ll have to remedy this situation and be sure to check out your great blog (which I’m sure it is) later today. 🙂

      Thank you for the kind words. I’m a big fan of my blog’s name, too. I’m glad I was able to secure it. Your name is great, too — Very catchy, very memorable.

      I hope you think my writing style is still unique after you’ve read a few of my posts. 🙂

      Best of luck on your blogging journey, too! That’s very kind of you to say.

      Hope you have a wonderful week, Harleena. Thanks again for commenting!

  32. Hi Enstine,

    Thank you for featuring me! This was a really neat opportunity and I’m happy to be highlighted here on your awesome blog.

    Looking forward to interacting with your readers — some of whom I may already know, but many I probably do not!

    – Kevin

    • Hey Kevin,
      Welcome to Enstine’s blog. Nice to see you here.

      Enstine, Thanks for introducing him here.

      And Kevin, See you soon on your blog buddy 🙂

      • Hi Shahzad,

        Thank you! I’m glad to be here. Enstine and I discovered each other a few weeks ago. Even though I’ve commented on several of his great posts, I’m definitely a newbie when it comes to Enstine’s blog here! 🙂

        Awesome! Looking forward to seeing you over at Be A Better Blogger, Shahzad.

        Have a great day!

    • Hey Kevin

      I just love the services you are providing which many newbie bloggers are seeking for blog coaching and consulting. I had recommended some bloggers to join your coaching as some people are asking me for it.
      Hope you didn’t mind this 😛

      • Hey Suprabhat,

        Thanks! That’s very kind of you to say.

        I’m honored you decided to recommend me to some of the bloggers you know! I really appreciate that. Thank you!

        Hope you have a wonderful day, Suprabhat. And an awesome weekend.

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