Is Blogging Synonym With Online Business?

Blogging in the present era conveys a lot of meanings. It could be  journal that one keeps, it could be a platform for business or personal site or it could be a company’s endeavour to build better PR.

Blogging is just a medium. It depends what you want to do with it.

Many people launch a blog and start believing that they are in business. That is not quite true. [Read more...]

Developing Writing Skills and Blogging Together Makes Sense

note-padAs blog mania has caught on, many people want to have a blog of their own.

However,  quite a percentage are not sure of their writing skills. They want time to improve the skills to a certain level before they start a blog.

I am not talking about procrastination.

I am mentioning about the genuine people who really want to start a blog, have identified deficiency in their writing and want to improve on it. [Read more...]

Say Enough, Stay Enough

road_to_successHow Long You Have been Blogging?

I recently cam across an interesting poll at Problogger. The question asked in the poll was

How Long Have you Been Blogging?

At the time of writing this article 18066 people had responded to that question and the figures were. It has quite a large number of people and I think that sample size should be reasonably adequate.

I came across it when I was reading an article by David Risley titled Why Nobody Cares About Your Blog. I commented on this article and then I thought it would be nice to turn that comment into article for my own readers.

Here are the interesting facts. First the snap shot. [Read more...]

Blog But Do Not Die…

I happened to read Tim Berry’s post at Small Business Trends where he mentioned a recent news published in New York Times titled In Web World of 24/7 Stress, Writers Blog Till They Drop.

The story mentions that two bloggers have died following heart attacks and other one just survived a massive one.

Two weeks ago in North Lauderdale, Fla., funeral services were held for Russell Shaw, a prolific blogger on technology subjects who died at 60 of a heart attack. In December, another tech blogger, Marc Orchant, died at 50 of a massive coronary. A third, Om Malik, 41, survived a heart attack in December.

The article also discusses stress and disorders caused by blogging. [Read more...]