Go to blogspot.com and just follow the directions. I less than an eyewink you will be on your way to posting blogs. Then, as you think of issues that interest you, write the posts that you would like to disseminate. Save every post you write so that you can refer to them in the future—sure enough, you will think later about the same issue and wonder if you every blogged on that issue. If you have all your posts in the same folder or on the same file, you will know whether you have blogged on that issue in the past.
Change your blog post twice weekly or more often; this keeps people interested in reading it. Make your blog posts short enough so that people can read it in less than two minutes. People will get bored and quit reading if you write a post that is too long.
The next thing you need to do is get some people to read your blog. To do this, establish a sign-off statement on your e-mail that announces to everyone you write to that you have a blog and ask him or her to look at it. Create a business card for yourself with your blog url on it so that everyone you give a card to will know how to find your blog.
Next, establish a bunch of friends on Facebook and announce through that medium that you have a blog for them to examine. Now, speaking about Facebook, it is a good idea to post your blog posts on that social media site. You can do it by using the “notes” facility if the blog post is longer than the ordinary site for comments on FB. It is a good idea to post the title of your blog posts on Twitter also. You probably will not have enough characters on Twitter to post your entire url, so…go to the url shortener, “bitly” to shorten the url so that it can be used on Twitter.
Don’t just sit at home and wish you could get your ideas out in the culture. Put them on a blog so that others can use and appreciate them. Undoubtedly, you will be blogging on issues about which you have learned by reading the papers or the internet. Be sure to reference your quotations, stating clearly where they came from and who wrote them originally. Do not plagiarize.
Blog, Twitter, and Facebook posts are a good way to tell people about your faith in Christ—that is just a suggestion of the many ideas you can spread around.