With so many voices and opinions on the Internet, launching a blog is a great way to share real stories, join the global conversation and add to the online narrative of Muslim Americans. When it comes to “Muslim” blogs, you will find ones that focus on anything and everything, from storytelling like Love, Inshallah, to parent-child craft projects, like Little Life of Mine. Islamic financing, Muslim fashion, Muslim permaculture—you name it, someone is blogging about it. You can peruse though some of the most popular blogs by visiting the Annual Brass Crescent Award website to see latest nominees and winners.
Once you zero in you a blog topic that both interests you and is one that you don’t see in the blogosphere, get to work. Here are my eight points on Best Practices for Bloggers.
Editor’s note: Sabina Khan-Ibarra is a writer, activist and Mama. She is an Assistant Editor at AltMuslimah and the founder of Muslimah Montage. She is also the Membership Development Chair at MuslimARC. This article originally appeared on AltMuslimah. Her views are her own.