Faqs

Who/What inspired you to start this blog?
The truth is that I inspired myself! I didn’t know what exactly a blog was, and I saw someone suggesting another person create a blog. I searched the word up and then started posting my writings on Tumblr, Thoughts.com and settled at Blogger for 4-5 years. What you are seeing now is a WordPress platform.

Why did you choose the name Plain Jane, and what does it mean?
In the literary world, “Plain Jane” is a phrase, which refers to a girl with an average, or rather simple appearance. I chose this name as I wanted to associate my blog with a literary figure and also because it best describes me. I am not obsessed with this figure as I have been told by a ‘friend’. I just like how it sounds.

When did you start blogging?
I started blogging on 17th September, 2014, which makes it 6 years in total without the one-year hiatus!

How does one create a blog?
  • Well, first of all, you need to choose a topic or theme on which you would be writing.
  • Choose a platform, such as Tumblr, WordPress and Blogger. No one paid me to say this, but I would suggest you use Blogger as a newbie. It’s completely free and is good if you want to write long posts.
  • The next step is picking a title for your blog. Be innovative, be creative, be yourself.
  • Prepare around 5-10 posts beforehand. Publish them, share them on social media, and then ask people for promotion.

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What app do you use to edit your quotes?
I use an app called Phonto for my quotes.

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