I know, I know, I was going to finish the blog ratings, and I still hope to get around to that at some point. I’ve just been enjoying my summer…and, to be honest, I haven’t really felt a burning desire to get on FT very much. 😛 If you want to talk to me, it’s probably best to contact me on BRD (I check WP every day, though). I might also be unable to get on Fantage this weekend, so I won’t be experiencing the new event as much as you guys. I got on earlier and the starfish hunt wasn’t on, so…yeah.
I also try to keep my posts about FT or FTWP instead of other stuff, so that’s why I haven’t been spamming people’s WP Readers. Not that I ever did that before. 😆
If you guys want some lesser-known Fantage blogs to follow, check out these active blogs affiliated with BRD (listed in alphabetical order):
Flowers on Fantage
I strongly encourage you guys to help these bloggers feel welcome in the FTWP community! 🙂 Some of them don’t know everyone out there, so it’s a great way to spread the word about your own blog while finding another one for your reader! You can also check out my sidebar for more blogs (though I can’t guarantee all of them are active). 😛
So Fantagious is a blog run by _ohmykaito, who also happens to be one of my best friends. LET’S SEE HOW THIS TURNS OUT, SHALL WE.
Fantage memepony9 is a Fantage blog run by Memepony9 (whose MyMall kiosk I happened to see today, because I was looking for Black ‘n’ White Shorts, which, sadly, I couldn’t buy).
Hibiscus Panda is a blog I honestly hadn’t heard of until today that is mostly about the lives of bloggers hibiscuspanda/pandaflower11 and (formerly) Taryntwinkle. As Hibiscus Panda is not entirely a Fantage blog, I won’t be reviewing it in the context of it being a Fantage blog, but instead as a daily life blog.
I’ve seen other people do this, so I figured I might as well give it a try. 😛 Just comment your blog’s URL here and I’ll visit. I’ll probably offer a different perspective from other raters because I’m more used to BVWP, which was generally quieter and focused a lot more on BV than FTWP seems to do with FT.
Note: I’m going to try to be completely honest here. If I say I dislike your blog, it’s not meant as an attack on you. All the criticism I offer will be constructive, and if you don’t like my advice, you don’t have to take it or even agree with it. Just don’t get mad at me if I don’t like something about your blog. Again, I’m used to BVWP, which was very different from FTWP.
What I will be rating:
Appearance: Your blog’s theme, background, header, etc.
Posts: The quality of your posts and whether or not they have to do with Fantage (or whatever your blog’s topic is).
Pages and Widgets: The overall quality of your pages and widgets. No, quantity is not quality in my eyes.
Originality: How well your blog stands out from other Fantage blogs in my eyes. Will I remember your blog, or will it blend in with all of the other blogs I’ve seen?
Overall Score: Pretty self-explanatory. What I thought of your blog as a whole.
All scores are out of 10. I’ll also provide comments alongside the scores explaining what I liked or disliked. Please don’t rush me, because I’d like to be thorough with my ratings. 🙂
Thanks for reading!