5 Things Angry Birds Can Teach You About Blogging

This is a guest post by James Yeang


1. There’s more than one way to get things done. Just as there’s more than one way to solve an angry birds puzzle, don’t just rely on a single source to guide you through your blogging experience. Most people are biased in favor of what they themselves have been successful with. Experiment and learn from it, and you may come up with a solution of your own.  There’s more than one way to write a successful blog. 

2. Don’t give up.  Some angry birds levels are incredibly difficult. They almost seem impossible to complete. You get the same feeling sometimes if your traffic plateaus, or you get a case of writer’s block. Just don’t give up because the next great idea is often around the corner.  Great blogs aren’t built overnight, and you need a consistent pace to get to where you want.

3. Timing is crucial. Some levels require you to interact with birds in flight. Here timing is always critical. Same goes with blogging. If you strike while the iron is hot, pick the right topics, you get more attention.  Pick up on hot news in your niche and give your own spin to it.  Writing about the topic of the hour will almost certainly get you more attention and reactions from your readers.

4. Pick a path and fine-tune accordingly. Perhaps the most important trait to have with Angry Birds is learning from your previous mistakes. Finetuning your writing and blogging strategy is just as important as finetuning your trajectory on Angry Birds.  Test different advertising placements, tweak your niche and test out new ways of writing which you haven’t done before.  Changes you make when you blog don’t need to be radical.  Once you find out what works best for your blog, just zero in and focus on it.

5. Have fun. In the end, just like putting birds in flight to combat pigs who steal eggs, blogging is meant to be fun. If it isn’t , or if things start to get you down, then take a step back, smell the roses and try again another day

James Yeang runs Friedbeef.com, and is hopelessly distracted by Angry Birds whenever he picks up his iPad.  Ironcally, he has also written about 12 geeky techniques to stop yourself from slacking off.

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Comments

  1. Delena Silverfox - April 5, 2011 @ 11:22 am

    Wow. Everyone’s been talking about Angry Birds lately, it seems. It must be a really amazing and fun game if I’m seeing so much mention of it!

    Is there a non-iOS version around? I’m not any type of Mac user, but now I’m really, really curious!

    Delena

    • vLight - June 20, 2011 @ 4:26 am

      @Delena Silverfox, u can download (for free) a browser-version of the game in google chrome’s appstore..and play it in the browser

  2. Vuong - April 5, 2011 @ 6:14 pm

    Very interesting idea! I love your post James very much! Blogging need time, consistence, experiment, and of course working hard.

    @ Vicent: It looks like you are get in stuck these days?

    • Vincent - April 6, 2011 @ 9:44 am

      Getting a little busy with my course, 2 flight tests waiting in line.

  3. Friedbeef - April 5, 2011 @ 8:14 pm

    @Delena – its available on every major OS. Android, Symbian. etc 🙂

    • Delena Silverfox - April 19, 2011 @ 3:19 pm

      @Friedbeef, Thank you tons! I honestly am not really familiar with shopping around for apps. I’m still using a flip phone, to be honest. 🙂 But more and more, I’m getting romanced by neat features that smart phones have

      Kinda leaning toward an Android next, I think. And if I do, I’m getting Angry Birds! lol

      Delena

  4. nazimwarriach - April 10, 2011 @ 10:06 pm

    Hey James,
    It is an interesting post and I like your idea of taking Angry Bird Game as example to teach blogging basics.

  5. Michael Aulia @CravingTech.com - April 13, 2011 @ 8:34 am

    Haha, nicely done. It’s cool how you can learn a lot from games or any life events and transform them into blogging tips

    I mostly use some ideas from the Sunday’s sermon and transform them into blogging tips 🙂

  6. Kavya Hari - April 20, 2011 @ 1:43 pm

    Yeah,it’s really fun ). keep giving valuable post on here 🙂

  7. nazimwarriach - April 24, 2011 @ 6:32 pm

    It is fun to read this awesome post so that’s why I came here again and read this post twice.
    Cheers

  8. Michael Carabini - May 13, 2011 @ 10:03 pm

    Check out their puppet video inside this post and tap your feathers to the beat. Now you can fold your own angry bird and do whatever it is you want to do with your birds!.

  9. Saurabh Mukhekar - June 15, 2011 @ 12:20 am

    Nice suggestion from angry birds 🙂

  10. hemp - June 24, 2011 @ 4:51 am

    You simply cannot appreciate the brilliance of Angry Birds unless you play the game. You could waste a good deal of time catapulting those angry birds through the air trying to get the arc just right so you smash the pigs castle.

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    Great post!!. A nice philosophical way to look at a game like Angry Birds. You can apply the same points to things other than blogging.

    Looking forward to similar posts about other games.

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