Is it so wrong to go into the manage section of the blogs I follow and check up on how they are?
Is it wrong to wonder where the hell they disappear to?
Is it wrong to not follow a blog anymore based on what their idea of commitment is to blogging and your idea of commitment to blogging is ?
Is it wrong to check that I haven’t missed out on a blog post?
Is it wrong to re fresh one’s mind about a blog I follow?
Here is the BIG question.
Is is wrong to like a few posts of theirs (without reading them fully) if your motivation for doing so is to get them to blog more?
I mean what are my motives for following a blog?
I find what that person has to write interesting. I want to know more about the blog. I don’t want to just like a blog and not have a clue about what is going on in that persons world.
This is just my opinion.
I suppose I could follow loads of blogs but what would I get from that?
Not being understood.
All these are horrible experiences and feelings.
I want to connect. I do connect. Please connect.
Bloggers who have just started out and I follow your blog?
Blog more. I found what you had to say interesting.
Don’t give up!
So back to the crucial question from me, Daisy, a blogger since September 2015
Is it or rather was it wrong of me to decide to check out the blogs I follow to make sure I’m not missing out on their posts on Word reader and decide to encourage my favourite blogs to blog more by liking a post I may or may not of read fully and with my full attention?
I would answer,
It’s good to experiment with blogging. I am not going to find out much just by posting and not scratching beneath the surface to find out more about a world I enjoy being a part of.
What I do think is wrong is if I started to do this everyday.
Like posts and not read them and not take the information in.
That is why I comment so much on blogs I follow.
I am taking in what you are saying.
If there is ever a day when I feel I have cheated myself from the process of blogging and the different experiences I must go through to get to the next hurdle then…
may what I have to write, be content with a huge warning sign of
*THIS IS BULLSHIT* Step away from Daisy.
The good part of this little experiment of mine is I actually am up to date with all of your posts already 😀
Some of you don’t post everyday and some of you never stop posting. That is cool.
If I follow you please don’t stop posting altogether.
I kind of think that what you write is the shizzzle.
Rather one person pay an enormous amount of attention to what you have to write than 1000’s of likes.
How do you self reflect and grow as a blogger?
How do you gain new perspective?
Where do you find inspiration?
I’m a mover and a shaker, baby
Let the good times roll.