Over the last one year we have received many requests from community members over sustenance of a vernacular blog. Given that the readership is less and presence of such blogs even lesser, it is a huge grey area presently.

So we brainstormed and figured out a couple of things that can assist people to do better Vernacular blogging.

1 Keep a translator plugin on the Blog handy

These plugs can be embedded on the website and used by readers to translate the blog into their language of choice. Even browsers themselves prompt for translation if need be at times

2 Search for similar blogs

Building a community in vernacular blogging is a lot about finding your peers. Learn from them, leverage their learning & readership, also build themes that can mutually benefit all

3 Small handy posts

This is applicable for other not so popular themes as well. Create quick posts that have translations embedded in them. This helps people understand your writing style immensely. They will get attracted to long form posts automatically.

4 Take feedback

Most people today want to read vernacular blogs, engage them. Ask for feedback and implement. See how you can make it easier for people to run through your blog.
Around the challenge we have built up a rather interesting festival as well called the Blogchatter Writing Festival– celebrating the blogger to author journey.

Did we say author?

Oh wait. Have you not seen last year’s post challenge Blogchatter Ebook carnival? Championed by Chitra Divakaruni we received twenty six ebooks during the month of May all self-published by our community members.

This time we have eight popular authors who are coming along as part of our mentor program for festival, taking up special twitter chats and facebook live sessions to further your publishing dream. Read more here: Blogchatter Writing Festival

As part of Festival we will once again be opening our portals for your self-published ebooks (in case you choose to convert your April blogging challenge into one). You can ping us here or anywhere you find us for queries, etc.

This month we will also be taking up the #AtoZChallenge with you. Celebrating better blogging across platforms through our theme:

Blogging Ethics

Add your post below in the linky and take a deep dive into the sea of blogs that gets connected with us ! You can also add your link to our Blogchatter Reading List– Discover more blogs and get discovered !