Blogging has become an important way of life for many people. Everyday, there are blogs being written and read about subjects so diverse that it would take an age to mention them all. Some blogs NEVER get read and are written by authors who couldn’t care less if nobody ever saw them. Despite that, most blogs are written in the hope that at least one person will read it. We all like to be noticed.
One day you’ll notice that you’ve got 30 comments on your blog but nobody seems to realise that you’ve had to write 30 comments on other peoples’ blogs to get them to write to you. Before you know it, you’ve become a real blogger. You have to put off what jobs you used to have in order to make sure your blog is successful.
There’s a lot of work involved. You might think that it’s easy to write a blog but it takes a lot of thought and dedication. Some people get, naturally, frustrated by it all. What i‘d really like to see is a blog about disability being written by a disabled person. i’ve tried to.write about the many things a disabled person has to put up with as he goes through his daily life. The blog i want to read has to be done by somebody who is disabled though. I mean, you wouldn’t expect a meat eater to write a blog about vegetarianism, would you?
There are many blogs which have been started and then abandoned because nobody has left a comment for you to reply to. To get more active you need to visit more blogs and leave a message for them to show them how keen you are on their work. To get regular viewers for your blog you will need to choose an interesting subject to write about. Choosing something that interests you and other people reading about is half the battle. If you’re somebody who likes fishing then write about fishing. Somebody out there will share the passion you have for the sport and will love to hear about it. If you choose something that nobody is interested in then you probably won’t get a lot of followers.
Getting a new blog is a bit like getting a new puppy in that you won’t be able to leave it alone for five minutes. Remember not to forget about the rest of your life. Other people have and decided that the life they used to live was okay. They lose interest in the blog and don’t bother using it anymore. What was once a passion now becomes a burden. The blog is left to gather dust and soon forgotten about just like a puppy was a plaything at Christmas and is now surplus to requirements. If you’re clever you won’t ever let that happen. Just think - there’s a time and a place for everything. You don’t want something that you used to love doing now become a thing that you’re no longer interested in.