Blogging Code of Ethics

Do we need a blogging code of ethics | Blognix

This is a quick head’s up to let you know about the Blogging Code of Ethics FREE download I wrote for the Blognix website. I originally wrote the code back in December/January time when I first ran my Big Blogging Bootcamp e-course. It went down really there and I figured that it would be rude not to share it!

It’s still a work-in-progress so I wanted to make the Blogging Code of Ethics free for anyone to download and use as a guide but also to offer their feedback and input.

You see, ethics as a whole is such a subjective and dynamic topic that it’s tricky to pin down a definitive guide. So by sharing with you all I’m hoping that it might generate some discussion and spark some interest.

Blogging needs a code of ethics because we have a responsibility not only to our own integrity but that of our community of Bloggers too.

If we want to be treated equally to journalists and other media professionals then we need to conduct ourselves in an honest, fair and transparent way.


Download your FREE copy of the Blogging Code of Ethics here. 

Do give it a read and leave a comment on the Blognix blog. I would love to know what you think.

Plus, we all love comments, yes?

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I am a multi-award winning lifestyle blogger, writer, public speaker and social media consultant. I want to share ideas on how to live a holistic positive life. This is about taking self-care seriously (but taking yourself with a good dose of humour). Because if you don’t take care of yourself you can’t take care of anybody else or the world around you. Rosalilium is about reclaiming self-centred-ness as a lifestyle choice that is honest, meaningful and kind to yourself. Making a change in the world starts with you.

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