I am the sort of person who has to be able to justify doing something. I, of course, think that everyone is just like me and this is why I need to explain why you should care about what I think about blogging. I’ve been blogging for a long time enough, I believe that I can claim to be as an “experienced blogger.” It’s been about 18 months, which isn’t as long as some more established bloggers , but certainly enough to get a solid grasp of the basics of blogging. I’ve been spending these 18 months not making haphazard, or insignificant scribblings and jottings just to fill in pages and pages, but in intense concentration and thought-through posts. Sometimes, I had to struggle with the posts. The mistakes I’ve made since I first began blogging would fill a textbook and the lessons I learned from this alone are valuable and is especially valuable for people who don’t wish to make the same mistakes I’ve made.
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I am no any longer an “newbie.” I’ve had the same experience. Second, If you are new to blogging or are considering setting up a blog, this post will give you a sort of a realistic look at this popular medium of personal expression , allowing you to decide in the beginning what you want to accomplish or whether you’re really looking to get actively involved with blogging. Even experienced bloggers might appreciate being able to compare their experience with mine and take this as a gauge of the level of improvement they’ve done or what more they’d like to achieve. If I’ve got your attention we can have a nice conversation on what it is like to have a “blogging experiences.”
I’ve never thought of myself as”blogger.” I never thought of myself as a “blogger.” I had no intention to start a blog. I thought that it was just for people who had no social lives, or with no other interests; people with a lot of time on their hands; people who are somehow socially difficult, uninformed, agoraphobic, maybe even lycanthropically (people who think they are in fact werewolves). I didn’t want any of that. There may be bloggers who fall under these categories However, there are, I am certain, teachers and politicians, as well as professional people and neighbors who may easily fit into one of these categories as well. That doesn’t mean that education or politics, careers, or any other professions populated by people who are antisocial aren’t worthwhile to pursue. This is why I decided to give blogging a shot. I was interested in Internet businesses and I loved writing, so blogging was the ideal choice for me at the time that I had.
I’ve since discovered that blogging is extremely popular and interesting because so many kinds of people are now blogging. Beyond the antisocial types, there are very friendly and sociable types and anyone can create profitable blogs. It is truly a populist art form. This is why blogs are around in such a variety of kinds of blogs being created that it is a “content-rich” reservoir of creativity. There are some poor blogs, yes. There are also some extraordinarily fantastic blogs. There is everything in between. Blogging is accessible to all to both create and also to read.
If I sit down and reflect on what I have learned about blogging, I first think about the commitment made when becoming a blogger. Blogs are not like making a research paper for school where you are able to write a single paper and complete it. It’s more like being a newspaper reporter however, with deadlines that you set yourself. Once you’ve got your blog up and running and people notice that you’ve started it, you’re under a sort of social obligation to manage your blog until such time as you decide to stop it and remove it from circulation. Of course, you don’t have to manage your blog but as long as you control it and devote the proper attention to your blog, you’ll succeed in the arts, sports, or any other activity that requires effort and skill.
This is the second lesson I’ve learned: The more work a blogger put into and the more serious he or she is about creating interesting content and upgrading the blog using widgets and applications. In order to enhance the capabilities to ease the lives of users, the better the blog is as demonstrated by positive comments and a rise in traffic. It’s not that difficult to blog, but it does require some effort, and sometimes a lot of it. It is also time-consuming As you gain experience, writing posts and completing other tasks related to managing blogs (such answering comments, deleting the spam, and adding ads) becomes easier and less time-consuming. However there is a certain amount of time has to be put in in performing these tasks.
Another important lesson is that blogging can be enjoyable. If you are a writer who enjoys creating; finding new ideas and educating yourself to be more alert to think of new perspectives and uniquely different ways to look at a subject You will surely be awed by your blogging journey. You will have FUN.
Is there a specific kind of personality that is well-suited for blogging? I was looking through comments on a blog last week in which a blogger mentioned that she believed that an extrovert would be well-suited for the requirements of blogging due to the social aspect the Internet arts form. She believed that the “people- person” would be more responsive to readers than less social types and feel more comfortable dealing with visitors, just as maybe a retail shop owner would be in dealing with customers in a physical store. I agree with her idea, but it’s not the complete story. It is a public forum , and (hopefully) many thousands visitors will come to your blog. It can make your life easier and more enjoyable if you enjoy people and like to interact with them in the manner that many popular bloggers communicate with readers.
But blogging is a bit different in comparison to simply sending out e-mails or socializing in a real environment: it’s digital socializing in that, although people are real however, you don’t get to see them. It is quite different between having 15,000 or 500,000 guests at an event in which you’re on stage to greet, inform, entertain and answer questions . The same amount of people visiting your blog while you are able to enjoy the same interaction while, like, for example, in your pajamas or with a cup of tea or something else in your hand. An extrovert can handle the first circumstance and enjoy the experience without turning into an embarrassment puddle because of fear of the stage. Someone who is introverted or simply a shy person would certainly shy away from this kind of social interaction and avoid it at all costs.
The nature of blogging as a virtual activity allows both extroverts and introverts and all personalities to manage the social aspect of blogging without causing discomfort. There are talented, innovative thinkers of all personalities who can manage a blog and its social dimension. There is one important aspect I’d like to say: I believe it is important that bloggers enjoy people even if they aren’t inclined to be surrounded by crowds. The reason I make this statement is due to the fact that I believe your personality is evident in one’s style of writing as well as the selection of topics and words. Your way of expressing yourself can give clues to readers about your personality and whether you are the kind of person who is friendly and civil of person or a rough, rude, misanthrope. However, that doesn’t mean that if you are not a pleasant person the blog you write on will not be read. Blogs can attract people who are like-minded, but generally speaking, people react more positively to positive people. The suggested guideline I would give, therefore, especially when you do not yet have a blog , but you are contemplating it and want to get one: “If you hate people and find them annoying pick another option such as buoy maintenance or scatology. Or searching for comets and asteroids from exotic desert areas.”
Another thing that has come to my mind about blog posts is the idea that there exist many kinds of blogs which show an enormous range of polish and sophistication. Some are quite elementary or even plain. Some are as casual and simple as an unself-conscious chat with friends. Some are so meticulously crafted that they could even be excerpts from the Doctoral Thesis. The breadth of expertise in writing could be “huge” and when we talk about painting, it would be like some of the people painting by numbers as well as great artists producing masterpieces.
The blogging world is so accessible that we share our space with brilliant professional journalists, writers or business leaders (and some amazing “ordinary” writing nonprofessionals) as well as a handful of barely literate, at times, rather untrained, inexperienced “non-writers” who are able, somehow to communicate using the written word , despite their lack of experience. The appeal of this mix of people from different backgrounds and skills is that there’s nothing wrong with this. It is “all-good,” in the sense that blogging is an open-ended art, and regardless of the outcomes there are readers at all levels, as well that will choose the style, subject matter and the level of writing they feel familiar with. This is, indeed, an aspect of the “Marketplace” and the tastes of “blog readers” can influence the market and the art.