Ok so I am starting a blog and wondered which of these titles sounded better. First off, the blog is going to be kind of a personal blog and when I say personal, I mean it will be a blog that gives life lessons and advice through my experiences. I might add more to it when I write a little bit. If I was going to add something to my blog it might be a different interest I have. Right now i'm just starting off personal.
1. Life's a Warzone
2. A Blog With No Boundaries
Each of these titles have a personal meaning to me so if you don't like either of them then please avoid the negative comments. And I know Hubpages is not for personal use so that's why i'm using Blogger. Just so I can have somewhere else to write .
by Celina Martin 5 years ago
You all must have read that hub regarding hubs with exclusive titles. I am not able to understand the "exclusive" icon and where does it appear? I am searching it in my account page. Want to listen in from fellow hubbers?
by Heather Edgens 2 years ago
I am not all that familiar with the ends and outs of blogging. My understanding is that you can blog about anything- from handy parenting tips to telling people about how you slipped on some ice and landed on your booty in front of a million people. (I don't know why you would write about that, but...
by HelpMeHarry 6 years ago
I want to promote my Hubs by using the summary created in hubs and using the title I have on my hub.. the link on my blog will go directly to my Hub pages site. I am anxious to create more hubs and I want to stay in compliance.. Thank You ...
by LupitaRonquillo 4 years ago
Which is better, starting a BLOG or a WEBSITE?I've read that blogs have more advantages over a website but wanted to get a few more opinions to help me make that decision...
by Ivorwen 5 years ago
While trying to come up with a creative title, I found this title generator:http://www.fictionalley.org/primer/title.htmlThe titles it generated were not the most helpful, but it did get me thinking (and laughing). All in all, while it may be a poor title generator, it is a great idea...
by girly_girl09 9 months ago
Which sounds better/is correct, "highly value" or "value highly"?Used in the context, "I would highly value an opportunity...." or, "I would value highly an opportunity..." I think I prefer the first styling, but what do you think? Any technicalities to be...
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