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Blogging provides you with a regular and longer-format means of telling stories about your research and others’ science. The best bloggers are excellent storytellers and know how to incorporate photos and other graphics into their posts. They also post regularly, respond quickly to comments, and engage readers in actual conversations around the content they post. While blogs can be rewarding and can provide you with the framework to write popular science stories more broadly, starting and maintaining your own blog requires a considerable time investment. Alternatively, there is always the option of writing a guest post for an established blog as a way of testing the waters. There are many different types of blogs and places to host a blog and we provide some resources below.
Blog if you are looking to invest at minimum of one hour several times a week and to tell science stories in an engaging, popular format. If your needs are different, consider using a different social media channel.
For more tips, check out our toolkit, Blogging for Science.
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