Thursday, January 31, 2019

Trending Very Nicely

We are gradually communicating to more dancers on Oahu. A person who posts entries to a blog is called a blogger. A blog can comprise text, images, and links to others. Blogs use a conversational style of writing so there is no need for a degree in journalism. Our blogs focus on a particular area of interest, such as ballroom dancing. But we section it out to the differences to provide more understanding. We try to respect our differences and of course blogging allows us to discuss our personal experiences,

“Social dancers believe that you must Dance, Live, Sing, Cry, Love,
Travel and Love again, until the day you have to stop”

The whole enchilada can be mixed with any chili sauce we want. Most of our coverage is Social Dancing because it is based on American Style and it includes most of us on Oahu, And many of our good social dancers do very well in exhibition dances. Although it is generally accepted that the Internationals are the best. But their entire syllabi is geared for Exhibition and Competition dancing. Our next group are the night club dancers a few that started as Street Dancers, in a dance style that has evolved in any available open space such as streets, dance parties, block parties, parks, school yards, and even in nightclubs.

"Fools Rush In" ... Tony Martin

Like any other blog, one good steady information contributor or Guest Blogger and the hits will go through the roof. Why? The different opinions, the different viewpoints. That is social media and that is what will make our blogs. We just increased the average hits per day for February and that means we are going in the right direction. If we do right we should get rid of our best blog by March. The blogs are gradually establishing their differences which is just beautiful. We will be attempting to give a positive rationale for the differences as a guide for the reader/dancers.

"Social dancers act boldly - Standing in the inspiring vision of their future -
and taking every step - large and small - with courage and intent."

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