I'm the type of person who has to have a compelling reason for doing something. I, of course, believe that everyone is like me, and that's the reason I need to tell you the reasons why you should be interested in my thoughts on blogging. I have been blogging long enough, I believe I am as an "experienced blogger." It's been around eighteen months. Not as long as some more experienced bloggers, but certainly enough for me to have a good grasp of the basics of blogging. I've been occupied for the past 18 months not recording half-hearted, or trivial scribblings and jottings just to fill pages, but rather with intense concentration and carefully thought out, posts. At times, I was struggling with them. The mistakes I have made since I first began blogging could fill a book and this experience alone is valuable, especially for those who do not want to make the same mistakes I have made. I am no more an "newbie." I've had the same experience. Also, if you're a new blogger, or you're contemplating starting your own blog, this article will give you a sort of a realistic look at this popular medium of individual expression. This will help you decide early on what you'd like to achieve or whether you really want to become active in blogging. Even experienced bloggers can be interested in getting a chance to compare their experience with my experiences and use this as a measure of the level of improvement they've achieved or what else they'd like to achieve. If you've been paying attention, you and I can have a good chat about the "blogging experience." For more detail please visit:- Dịch vụ chuyển nhà tphcm cà phê rang xay Bồn tắm dui attorney near me I never thought of myself as being a "blogger." I never even intended to start a blog. I believed that this was only meant for people who have little or no outside interests or people who have a lot of spare time and who may be socially challenged, misanthropic, agoraphobic or even lycanthropic (people who think they're or might be werewolves). I didn't want any of that. In fact, there may bloggers who are in these categories However, there are, I am certain, teachers or politicians, professionals and friends who fit into one of these categories, too. It doesn't mean that teaching the professions, politics, and other occupations that are populated by socially unfriendly people aren't worth it. That's why I decided to try blogging. I was intrigued by Internet business , and I also liked to write, so, blogging was the best option for me at the amount of time I had. I've learned how blogging can be so popular and so interesting because so many types of people are using blogs. Apart from the unsocial types There are also very friendly and sociable types and everybody is able to create profitable blogs. It's a truly populist art form. That is why there are so many different kinds of blogs being developed and that the industry is an "content-rich" reservoir of creativity. There are some poor blogs, yes. There are some truly fantastic blogs. There's a lot to be said for everything. Blogging is for everyone, both to create and to enjoy. When I stop and consider the things that I've learned through blogging, I think first about the commitment made when they become a blogger. Blogging is not like writing a term paper for school, where you compose a paper and be done with it. It is more like being a reporter in a newspaper and only with deadlines that you set yourself. Once you have an online blog and people find that blog, you'll be under an obligation to the public to maintain your blog until such time as you decide to shut it down and take it off the market. Of course, you don't need to oversee your blog, however, if you control it and devote the proper attention to your blog, you will be successful in the arts, sports or any activity requiring effort and skill. This is the second lesson that I learned: The greater the effort a blogger exerts on his blog, the more serious or she is with creating interesting content and updating the blog by adding widgets and apps., to improve features to make it easier for users, the better the blog will be as shown by positive feedback and a rise in traffic. It's not that difficult to blog but it is a lot of the effort of a person; often, it is a huge task. It also takes time As you gain experience, writing posts and completing the other duties of running a blog (such answering comments, removing the spam, and putting up advertisements) gets easier and less time-consuming, however, a certain amount of time is required working on these tasks. Another thing to remember is that blogging is enjoyable. If you love writing and thinking up new ideas and educating yourself to be more attentive to discover new angles and unique methods of analyzing a topic You will surely be awed by the blogging experience. It will be fun. Do you know a particular personality type that is ideal for blogging? I was looking through comments on a website recently, in which one blogger said that she believes that an extrovert will be well-suited to the demands of blogging because due to the nature of social interaction in it as an Internet arts form. She felt that people who are "people- person" would be more responsive to bloggers than people who are not social and be more comfortable in dealing with visitors, in the same way as, perhaps, a retail shop owner would be in dealing with customers at a physical store. I don't disagree with this conclusion, but that's not the entire story. Blogs are a public forum , and (hopefully) many thousands people will visit your blog. I believe it will make your experience more enjoyable and more enjoyable if you are a fan of people and enjoy interacting with them in the way that many popular bloggers communicate with readers. However, blogging is different unlike simply exchanging emails or socializing in a real setting: it is digital socializing and, while the people you interact with are real, you aren't able to see them. It is quite different in having 15,000 or 50,000 or 500,000 visitors attending the event where you're performing on stage to welcome, inform, entertain them , and respond to questions and the exact number who visit your blog, when you can comfortably have the same interactions while say, sitting in your pajamas, cup of coffee you're carrying around in your hand. A true extrovert could manage the first scenario and enjoy the experience without turning into an embarrassment puddle because of stage fright. If you are an introvert, or simply a more shy individual would definitely be averse to this type of social interactions and avoid it at all costs.