I AM always keen to highlight interesting blogs being written by people who either live in France or just enjoy following things happening in the country from a distance.
If after reading about the adventures of others you are keen to do some of your own blogging, where do you start?
Well yesterday I was involved in a course with a chap called Paul Fabretti where we got people up to speed on starting a blog.
As part of the course materials, Paul produced a handy guide that explained how to get started on the free service Blogger.com, and how to write your first post.
You can take a browse over the booklet or print it off if you wish, but the thing to remember is that you want to keep the techie side of things to a minimum in the early days, so you can concentrate on writing tales about life in France.
But I also think that the many people who head to France to start a business should be looking at starting a blog to help them succeed when it comes to things such as internet search, highlighting their knowledge and ultimately helping promote their businesses.
I have written a series of articles in the past about starting a blog, but if you have any questions feel free to leave a comment below, and so to the handy guide: