Blogging is no longer a suspense for web surfers. A majority of internet is built by blogs. More than 90% of web pages belong to blog now a days. Blogging was introduced around 12-13 years ago. At that time the technology was not in grasp of everyone so no one was familiar with Blogging. But as the society developed in the field of technology, everyone started taking interest in technology and soon after they came to know about Blogging.
Now it’s 2013, and more than 2 billion blogs are active and the only reason behind it is that many guys see a lot of money in blogging and its true. The intensity of bloggers has increased rapidly in past few years and so has the number of spammers. Because of spammers, giant search engine Google has announced many algorithms like Panda Update to improve the search performance. Sometimes this affects the genuine bloggers too.
Blogging is an infinite pool which has a lot of bucks inside it. The only thing is that we have to find them in a right way. Now a days majority of web surfers want to be bloggers because they see a lot of professional bloggers having great success, money and the most important thing, “reputation”.
The actual meaning of blogging is sharing your ideas and thoughts in front of the online audience. It’s an online platform to share your ideas virtually. But now a days the trend is quite different. Now a days majority of people are using it to set up their business. Although its good to own a tech blog but only promoting the products doesn’t meant blogging. One can even do that with creating simple advertising web pages. Well this is off topic. I will get back to it later.
What is more important to you? Money, fame or passion? I have seen many bloggers earn thousands of dollars a month but they have no social presence. No one knows about them. They are happy with what they are doing. On the other hand there are a lot of bloggers who are not earning so much with their blogs but socially, they are always in touch.
I have seen many bloggers who have been blogging for a long time and no one knows about them. Social presence of a blogger is as good as his effort which he puts in his blogs. In today’s competitive world, everyone wants success. The field of blogging is very competitive. Many new bloggers have come out to compete with the old bloggers, and guess what, they are enjoying greater success. The only reason behind this is their social presence. I have seen many bloggers who are beginners and have blogged for about 3 or 4 months only and a majority of bloggers from different blogging communities know them.
I want to know from you, what do you blog for and what is more important to you? Let’s start a discussion. I would like to hear from you.