We didn't intend on composing anything else about blogging after publishing Who The Hell Reads Your Blog Anyway? We do not
take pleasure in blogging about blogging, because, well, normally blogs about blogging are banal and vapid and they
just do not intrigue us (Corbett Barr's Think Traffic being the exception that proves the rule). Heck, we don't
even read numerous blogs, but ...
Reasons You Should Blog
Today we were motivated to research and compose this essay after reading Joshua Becker's 15 Reasons I Think You Should
Blog, in which essay he discusses 15 wonderful reasons why you need to
begin a blog. "Why" being the key word here. In other words, he discusses the function
of blogging, not simply the "how to" elements. That's exactly what all these various other blog sites
about blogging seem to miss out on, they miss the purpose-- the why.
So Becker provided you 15 reasons you should begin a blog site, and we're visiting
reflect you the best ways to begin one, step-by-step, based upon our personal experience, but
before we offer you that type of in-depth guideline-- which could
actually conserve you the hundreds of hours of wasted time-- we wish to give you some good
reasons why you must not begin a blog. (Keep in mind that these reasons are simply our viewpoints
and we do not pretend to offer them up as some sort of collection of empirical blogging maxims.).
Money. You ought to not start a blog to generate income. We should get that out of
the way initially. If your primary objective is to change your full-time earnings from blogging, forget about it. It does
not work that way. Do you think that Jimi Hendrix got his first guitar so he could "supplement his income"? No, he didn't. Rather, he did it
for the love of it, for the happiness and satisfaction he received, and the earnings came thereafter, much
Now you have a lot of suggestions and a lot of research (i.e., links to read), and you understand what you want to write, you're prepared to obtain started. But you
don't have any idea where to begin, right? Guess exactly what, neither did we. At all. Literally. We were
clueless. We might hardly spell HTML when we started our website in 2012.