I could never neglect my fellow-bloggers; I like being there for them.
For quite sometime, I have been blogging on a regular basis and I also enjoy visiting the blogs of others.
I have noticed that there are serious bloggers out there; they may not update their blogs regularly, but they make the time to visit your blog, comment on the topic and press, “Like.”
WordPress is indeed a special place and I would have to admit that there is no other blog-site like it.
A blogger might not be in the mood to write anything, but whenever they go through the blogs of others, they acquire inspiration to write.
In my case, it is not hard to write since it is part of my personality and I can safely say that it is a talent. The only this is: I may have to make up my mind about what I would like to write about.
I definitely appreciate the readership from my fellow-bloggers and all the other people who came across my material on the worldwide web.
There are times when I wait patiently for some of my fellow-bloggers to update their blogs; I am anxious to peruse what they posted (I have to say that my patience is sometimes tried since some of them do not post on a regularly basis).
Now, come on, fellow-bloggers. You need to create a pattern; one where your readers can recognize the fact that you post daily, or weekly, or twice a month, etcetera (It is as though some of them haven’t got the hang of it yet).
Are you serious about your blog? Or, is it something you engage in when you have time to kill?
Nothing pisses me off more than a person who doesn’t take their blog seriously. I find it to be such a waste of time on their behalf when they post once every three or four months. How in God’s/Goddess’ name do they expect to build a following with poor blogging practices like that?
Please don’t start a blog if you know that you’re not going to be fully committed to it.
Hmmm. I wonder: what goes through the minds of the creators of WordPress whenever they discover that someone has deserted their blog?
They probably say, “Another one bites the dust!”
In the meantime, I will continue giving the encouragement and support to my fellow-bloggers.
Once they know that people are there for them, they will make the effort to participate more often and eventually learn the proverbial blogging ropes.