blogging meaning

I'm the kind of person who needs to have a good reason for doing something. I, of course, think everyone is like me so I need to tell you why you should care about my idea of ​​blogging. I have been blogging for a long time, I think, to declare myself an "experienced blogger". It has been almost eighteen months; Not nearly as long as some of the more established bloggers, but certainly long enough to have a true understanding of blogging. I have spent these eighteen months, not in recording half-baked or frivolous jokes and jokes, just to fill the page, but posted with intense concentration and thoughtfulness. Sometimes, I struggled with them. The mistakes I have made since I first started blogging will fill a textbook and this experience is only valuable, especially to others who do not want to make the mistakes I have made.

I'm no longer "a newbie." I have the above experience. Second, if you are a new blogger, or if you are thinking about starting a blog, then this post will give you a kind of realistic glimpse into this very popular place of personal expression, so that you can quickly decide whether What do you want to achieve or even whether you really want to actively engage with blogging. Even experienced bloggers getting a chance to compare their experiences can get some interest here and use it as a measure of how much better they can do or want to do. So, now that I have your attention, we can have a good conversation about the "blogging experience".


I never considered myself a "blogger". I never intended to get involved with blogging. I thought it was for people who have no social life, or no external interests; People with a lot of time on their hands; People who are socially handicapped, fictitious, agoraphobic, or even lycanthropic in any way (there are people who think they are, or indeed may be, were womms). I didn't want any of that. In fact, there may be bloggers who fit into these categories, but I am one of the few teachers, politicians, professional people and neighbors who can easily fall into any of these categories. This does not mean that teaching, politics, profession or other work arising out of antisocial types is not worth pursuing. For that reason, I decided to give blogging a try. I was interested in internet business and loved writing, therefore, blogging was perfect for me in the time available to me.


I have since learned, that blogging is so popular and attractive because there are so many different types of people blogging now. Apart from antisocial types, there are very friendly and sociable types and everyone can produce successful blogs. It is truly a populist art form and means that so many types of blogs are being created that the field is a "content-rich" repository of creativity. There are some poor blogs, yes. There are also some exceptionally great blogs. There is everything in between. Blogging is accessible for everyone, both to create and to enjoy.

When I stop and think about some of the things I learned about blogging, I first think about commitment while becoming a blogger. Blogging is not the same as writing a term paper for a school where you can write a paper and be done with it. It is like being a newspaper reporter with only self-imposed deadlines. Once you have a blog and people discover it, you have a kind of social obligation to continue your blog until you decide to close it and remove it from circulation. Of course you do not need to manage your blog, but to the extent that you manage it and pay proper attention to developing your blog, you will need sports, art or any activity and effort and skills required will succeed with.


This is the second thing I've learned: The more effort a blogger puts into it, the more serious it is about creating meaningful posts and upgrading blogs with widgets and apps. Improved blog, to improve functionality for the convenience of visitors. This is evidenced by positive comments and increased traffic. Blogging is not particularly difficult, but it does require work; Sometimes quite a lot of work. It also requires time: with experience, handling post writing and other tasks of managing the blog (such as responding to comments, removing spam comments and adding ads) becomes easier and less time consuming. , But still, a certain amount of time must be spent in performing these tasks.


Another lesson is that blogging is fun. If you enjoy writing and creating; Discovering new ideas and training yourself to be more observant so that you can come up with new angles and different ways to think about a specific topic, you will enjoy the experience of blogging. you will have fun.


Is there a certain personality type that is particularly well suited for blogging? I was recently reading comments on a blog, in which a blogger mentioned that he believed an extrovert would adapt to the demands of blogging due to the social nature of this internet art form. He felt that a "person-to-person" would respond better to readers than to less sociable types and would be more comfortable dealing with visitors, in the same way as, perhaps, a retail store owner would be able to treat customers in a physical store. Will deal with I do not disagree with this opinion but this is not the whole story. A blog is a public forum and (hopefully) thousands of people will visit your blog. I think it makes the experience easier and more enjoyable if you like people and enjoy interacting with them the way many successful bloggers interact with their readers.

However, blogging is slightly different from socializing in an e-mail exchange or physical setting: it is virtual socialization, which means that when people are very real, you can't see them. There is a huge difference in attending an event of 15,000 or 50,000 or 500,000 visitors, on which you appear on stage to greet, inform, entertain and answer questions and visit your blog at the same number When you can comfortably have the same conversation, say, in your pajamas, cups of coffee or whatever sits in your hand. A true extrovert can manage the first situation and must make love without melting into the pit of embarrassment due to stage fright. An introvert or simply a more shy person will definitely withdraw from such social interactions and avoid it at all costs.


The virtual nature of blogging allows Extrovert and Introvert and all personality types to easily manage the social aspect of blogging with minimal inconvenience. There are good, creative thinkers representing all personality types who can successfully manage a blog and its social dimension. There is one important point I want to make: I think it is important that a blogger should like people, even if they do not like to mingle with the crowd. The reason I say this is because I think that one's personality is reflected in one's writing style and subject matter and choice of words. The way you express yourself can give clues to the audience reading about your personality and whether you are a friendly, gentle person or rough, rude, vicious. This does not mean that if you are not a good person, your blog will not be read. Like blogs do to attract people, but, generally, people respond more positively to positive people. The suggested guideline, therefore, specifically, if you don't yet have a blog, but are thinking about it, is this: "If you hate people and annoy them, scatology or buoy Choose other activity such as maintenance or search for come. And asteroids from exotic desert locations. "

Another idea that has occurred to me about blogging is that there are all types of blogs that show great variation in polish and degree of sophistication. Some are quite primary and also raw. Some are just as informal and informal, as are a casual conversation with friends. Some have been so well prepared that they may be parts of the doctoral thesis. The category of writing expertise is "huge" and if we were talking about painting, it would be the same as painting by number and great artists by some who created the masterpiece.


Blogging is so universally accessible that we share our field with brilliant professional writers, journalists and business executives (and some brilliant "ordinary" non-professional writers) and are barely literate, sometimes inept, unskilled "Non-writers" who somehow manage to communicate in the written word despite the lack of expertise. The beauty of this mix of people with different backgrounds and skill-levels is that there is nothing wrong with it. It is "all-good", in the sense that blogging is indeed an equal opportunity art and that there are readers of every skill level, regardless of the results, who will point to the genre, subject and level of writing they are most interested in. Are more comfortable. This, in fact, helps shape the reading tastes of "marketplaces" and "blog consumers" to market and art.

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