"There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." - Ernest Hemingway
Hi guys! Thanks for catching up to my blog.
Well, if you think that I have no time to do other things so I could spend much time writing in this blog, you might be right, and wrong. Right is, yap, because these last weeks have been pretty hectic for me as I'm preparing for my final exams, and I hope you are praying for me to make it through well. But you may be wrong, because I don't feel like "wasting" my time writing this blog, because writing is something I love, an honest expression of my thought, and another form of "bleeding", as Hemingway said, in terms of expressing my inner me. I write because I am always learning.
Anyway, I believe that most people used to write the diary, spilling what they felt, and kept it to themselves. However, by that way, they only befriended with silence, as nobody would comment, or share the thought and burden, because you only kept it to yourself, and it would be awkward to share your diary to others.
But, thanks to this amazing thing called social medias, people are starting to express their thoughts in social media platforms, well that's what social medias are for, isn't it? However, it is not socially accepted and socially ethical to write long composition in social medias, so you cannot write the whole story you wanted the world to know. If you want to write long and let the world grasp your story, thoughts, or knowledge without hesitation AND limitation, I recommend you to write in blog, like I am doing in this very moment.
Social medias, like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are basically micro-blogs, and reason why people are using social medias is because it is micro, not as hard to manage as blog. People sometimes find it confusing to manage a blog. But no worries, if you are a newbie in this blogging thing, you should use this simple, light yet effective Web 2.0 tool I am using, WEEBLY.
First things first, it is free to use. All you need is simply register using email, just the way you start with other social medias. However it functions as effective as other well-known blogging tools like Wordpress, Blogger, Blogspot, Tumblr etc. But what differs the Weebly from the rests is it is the easiest one to use.
Why is it the easiest? Because all you need to arrange in your writing editor is all there in your left screen, and all you need to do is drag-and -drop to your draft. But Weebly is not just easy to use. It also has a long list of useful features. You can create a full ecommerce store, customize your mobile theme, design custom backgrounds, build dynamic forms and more.
As I said, you can simply drag and drop elements such are texts or images, arrange them into columns and rows into the body of your text. The editor is smoothly running and responsive, there are no bugs and even, no annoying advertisements. How about the designs? Well Weebly has more than 70 beautiful designs to simply choose and apply. But if you are an familiar in Web design and stuff, you can build your own with Html and CSS.
Well, I believe my writing is convincing enough for you to try Weebly, but if it is not, you can watch this video.
Well, in every new knowledge, insight, and ideas in what we read, there is always someone who writes that. Why don't we become that person? Everyone, including me, and you, can be that person, as everyone can write, but not everyone can stand up and start. As always, keep your winsome smile!