Some Thoughts On Blogging

I’m the type of person who needs to have a compelling reason for doing something. Of course, I think that everyone is just like me, which is why I’m here to share the reason why you should consider my thoughts on blogging. I’ve been blogging long enough, I think I am an “experienced blogger.” It has been about eighteen months, not the length of some established bloggers but definitely long enough for me to have a good understanding of the basics of blogging. I’ve spent these 18 months not the habit of recording tinny writings or jottings to fill in pages that aren’t really needed, but rather with intense concentration and thought-through posts. There were times when I struggled with the posts. The mistakes I have made since my first blog began could fill a book and this alone is invaluable, especially for people who do not want to repeat the mistakes I made.

I am no longer an “newbie.” I’ve had the same experience. Also, if you’re a new blogger, or if you are contemplating beginning the blog of your dreams, this article will give you a type of realistic glimpse into this popular avenue of individual expression. This will help you decide in the beginning the goals you’re looking to achieve or even if you are really interested in becoming actively involved with blogging. Even veteran bloggers might be interested in having the opportunity to compare their experiences with my own and use it as a measure of the level of improvement they’ve achieved or what else they would like to accomplish. So, now that I’ve caught your interest, let’s start having pleasant conversations about what it is like to have a “blogging journey.”

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I’ve never imagined myself as being a “blogger.” I never even intended to be involved in blogging. I thought this was intended for those with no social life, or having no interest outside of the home and people who have lots of spare time or who were socially challenged, misanthropic, anachronistic, or possibly lycanthropic (people who believe they are actually werewolves). I was not interested in any of those. In fact, there may bloggers that fall into these categories, but there are certain teachers and politicians, professional individuals and friends who fit into one of these categories, too. That doesn’t mean that education the professions, politics, and other pursuits peopled by anti-social kinds aren’t worthwhile to pursue. In this regard, I decided to give blogging a go. I was intrigued by Internet business and I liked to write, so blogging was the ideal choice for me at the time that I had.

I’ve learned that blogging is extremely popular and amazing because so many types of people are blogging. Apart from the more antisocial, there are very personable and social types and anyone can create successful blogs. It is truly a populist art form. This is why blogs are in such a variety of different kinds of blogs emerging which makes the field a “content-rich” resource of creativity. There are some mediocre blogs, but they are not all bad. There are also some fantastic blogs. There is everything in between. Blogging is accessible to all to write and to enjoy.

When I think about the things I’ve learned from blogging, I am thinking first about the commitment you make when they become a blogger. Blogs are not like the writing of a thesis for school where you are able to write a single paper and be done with it. It’s more like being a newspaper reporter and only with deadlines you have set. Once you’ve got the blog, and people come across it, you’re bound by an obligation to the public to maintain your blog until such time as you decide to close it and stop its circulation. Of course , you don’t have to manage your blog however, if you are able to manage it and pay the proper attention to your blog, you’ll succeed in sports, arts or any other pursuit that requires effort and skill.

That is the second thing that I learned: The more work a blogger put into and the more serious he or she is about creating important posts and upgrading the blog with widgets and apps. To improve the functionality to better serve visitors, the better the blog becomes as evidenced by positive feedback and growing traffic. Blogs aren’t difficult however it will require an effort; at times, it can be a significant one. It also takes time as experience. As time passes, writing posts and handling the other tasks of running blogs (such responding to questions, cleaning spam messages and adding advertisements) gets easier and less time-consuming. However it is true that a significant amount of time must be spent doing these tasks.

Another thing I learned is that blogging can be fun. If you enjoy writing and thinking up new ideas and training yourself to be more observant to think of new perspectives and completely unique ways of looking at something, you will enjoy this blogging adventure. You’ll have fun.

Are there any particular personality type that is especially best suited to blogging? I was looking through comments on a blog recently, where a blogger stated that she believed that an extrovert would be well suited to the demands of blogging due to the social nature that is inherent in this Internet artistic form. She believed that the “people- person” would be more responsive to readers than less sociable types and be more comfortable dealing with visitors similar to how maybe a retail shop’s owner would be dealing with customers at the physical store. I do not disagree with this idea, but it’s not the only thing to consider. The blog is a public platform and (hopefully) hundreds of readers will browse your blog. I believe it will make your experience more enjoyable and more enjoyable if you enjoy people and are comfortable interacting with them in the same way that famous bloggers engage with their followers.

However, blogging is different than simply exchanging e-mails or socializing in a real environment: it’s online socializing, meaning that while the people are very real they are not visible to you. There is a vast difference between having 15,000 or 500,000 guests at an event in which you are appearing on stage to welcome, inform, entertain them and answer their questions, and the same number who visit your blog when you are able to be able to comfortably engage with the same audience even while sitting in your pajamas, cup of coffee , or whatever is you’re holding in your hands. True extroverts can navigate the first circumstance and love it without slipping into a puddle of embarrassment because of stage fright. If you are an introvert, or simply a more shy individual would definitely shrink from this kind of social gatherings and avoid this at all cost.

The nature of blogging as a virtual activity allows both extroverts and introverts and all personalities to handle the social aspects of blogging with the least discomfort. There are talented, innovative thinkers representing all personality types who can successfully manage a blog and its social aspect. One point that I want to declare: I believe it is important that a blogger should like people, even if they do not like to mingle with crowds. The reason I make this statement is that I believe that one’s personality can be seen through their writing style , as well as the choice of topic and words. The way you present yourself can reveal to the readers of your blog regarding your personality, and whether you are an amiable, civil type that is or, rude or misanthropist. It doesn’t mean if you are not a nice person and your blog will not be read. Blogs do tend to attract like-minded people, however, generally, people react enthusiastically to good people. One suggestion I would suggest, in particular in the event that you don’t yet have a website, but are thinking about it the following advice: “If you hate people and find them annoying you should consider a different activity such as buoy maintenance or scatology, or hunting for comets or asteroids from exotic desert areas.”

Another thought that’s occurred to me about blog posts is that you can find many kinds of blogs with an enormous range of sophistication and polish. Some are quite elementary and can be a bit crude. Some are as casual and unpretentious as an unself-conscious chat with friends. Some are so polished that they could actually be fragments from a Doctoral Thesis. The breadth of expertise in writing could be “huge” and if we were talking about painting, it’s exactly the same as painting with numbers as well as great artists creating masterpieces.

Blogging is so universally accessible that we are able to share our space with outstanding professional writers, journalists and executive business people (and some outstanding “ordinary” non-professional writers) and a handful of barely literate, often inept, inexperienced “non-writers” who manage , in some way, to communicate in the written word despite their inexperience. The great thing about this mix of people from different backgrounds and skills is that there’s no problem with such a mix. It is “all-good,” in the sense that blogging is an equal-opportunity art . Regardless of the outcome, there are readers of every skill level, also who are drawn to the style, subject and the level of writing they are familiar with. It is”the “Marketplace” and the reader preferences of “blog users” can influence the market and the art.

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