It's simple, simon.
What is it? A review? Of what - a kit, product, event?
When did you write it?
When should we post it?
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It would be advisable for you to observe the following basic principles of blogging:
Noone needs to be bamboozled with enormous and confusing words
Facts are important. If you are speculating you need to make it clear.
A short post is a good post.
Larger bodies of text should be broken up with an image every few sentences or so so as not to tire or bore the reader.
Imagination, creativity, and a sense of humour are all things that make blog posts interesting to read
Bitterness, negativity, and whinging are all things that make people click the back button
There are great beginners guides to blogging out there. Read a couple! It could make all the difference.
We will probably amend and make this post more comprehensive as time permits, for now it will do.
I see the GA Blog as an extension of the forum, so I'd like to see it become as interactive as possible with multiple regular contributors overseen by our Minister of Information. I think this is a great opportunity to try something new with Gundam blogging and I'm really excited by everybody's enthusiasm!
Let's go Gundam Australia! Show us what you've got. We'd love to hear from you!