Some Blog Business: FAQ, my spam policy & social media


This post will serve to tell you about three new things:  my FAQ page, my spam policy & other places you can find me on the Internet.

~  My NEW FAQ Page:  I have just added a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page to my site.  I thought it would be good to answer some basic questions that people may have when they meet a homeschooler for the first time.  Most of them are questions or comments I have received from other people.  A couple I threw in because I know other homeschoolers have been asked them.  Please read over it when you have time and send me some feedback.

~ My Spam Policy:  Just thought it would be a good idea to mention that while I love comments, I will delete any comment from a person who uses a link that goes directly to a page trying to sell something.  Even if it’s homeschool curriculum and the comment seemed to come from a legitimate homeschooler, I will consider that spam.  Bloggers can and should promote their blogs by making comments and fostering online relationships with each other, but I don’t think it’s cool to search the web for possible site pages related to what you are selling, make one bogus comment, leave the link and never return.

~ Twitter:  Though I have neglected Twitter ever since my second son was born, I have started to use it again.  Hopefully I’ll keep at it.  If you’d like to follow me, I’m at @mamaofletters.  And, FYI, I have created a second account for my photography business, which is at @S_P_Photography.  While that one will focus only on photography related topics, @mamaofletters will have a little bit everything: my writing, photography, and of course, daily life.

~ Facebook:  I don’t advertise my Facebook account very much because it’s mainly used for my face-to-face family and friends.  I keep them in touch with my boys and my life.  However, I also follow some of the people I have met online and have formed a mutual, friendly online relationship with.  If you are one of these people, you’ll know who you are, and I invite you to find me on Facebook.  If I don’t accept your friendship, please don’t take it personally.  I just keep Facebook rather private.  (Well, as private as a Facebook account can get.)

As always, thank you for visiting me here on my blog!  Have a great week!

If you are needing to teach your child at home due to the school closures, feel free to ask me any questions. Don’t try to replicate school or my homeschool! Take some time to relax. You’ll figure it out.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s