Theme Park Blogging Tips - Tips for BloggersThis is a question I’ve gotten a number of times over the years via my contact form. It’s really pretty simple. I enjoy writing and riding roller coasters. It also helps that I work in the Internet field so I’ve been able to take what I’ve learned professionally and applied it to my hobby. Anyone can become a roller coaster critic or take their coaster enthusiasm to the Web.

I recommend Blogger or WordPress as free places to host your site while you’re getting started. If you’re interested, you might want to read these 5 Tips for New Bloggers that I wrote for my 5 year anniversary. Also, there’s a really good guide at eHow entitled: How to Be a Roller Coaster Critic. I have to think that I had something to do with that article. 🙂

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Founder of My favorite coasters are B&M hypers and gigas. I'm also a huge fan of terrain roller coasters.

2 Responses

  1. Cade

    I have a mac. Do you know much about iWeb being a good or bad way to start a site?

    • The Coaster Critic

      I've got PCs, but I just checked it out and it looks pretty simple. I'd be able to speak about more specifics on Blogger or WordPress though. Plus, those two already have large blogging communities which may come in handy as you gain a following. I'm not sure what the community is like over at iWeb.


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