1. Focus intently on a narrow niche Partial immortalization is an archetypal niche topic: it stands in the intersection of many sub-field disciplines: stem cell and mitochondrial biology, regenerative medicine, analytic philosophy, Wired-type journalism and so on.
2. Set up your blog so that each post gets its own permanent URL Done naturally by my favourite WordPress motor and host.
3. Think of your blog as database Hey man, this is mainly a bookblog, so the majority of posts organize themselves into a hierarchical database according to the book-genre. We shall see it, when I have enough time to update the content page.
4. Blog frequently and regularly My biggest sin: I plan to develop it highly, but as I work in an experimental field I have problems to set, say 5 posts a day.
5. Use striking images in your posts Try to do my best in that respect, precedent was, when the invention of a good image took more time than writing the post. 🙂
6. Enable comments and interact with readers Well, I m still very hungry for comments and interactive readers.
7. Make friends with other bloggers As life extension and aging research is a niche topic, there are not too many players recently on the Web. I have crosslinks with my fellow blogs Fightaging, Ouroboros, Michael Yamashita’s Blog Scan, with SENS and I continuously scan the area for new friends.