Tuesday, June 17, 2008

8 out of 10 bloggers will stop blogging in less than 6 months of starting a blog

Bloggers are a fickle bunch. Most of you cannot sustain an interest beyond six months. Bloggers would need to have fresh ideas on such frequent basis that the majority just drop off and give up writing or realise what's the idiotic point of this, whichever comes first. Some of you hide behind the hiatus concept supposedly in the process of plotting the next move when actually you are telling readers you are tired and writhing in blogger's block pain. Here are some helpful advice to keep your blog going... like steroids for loss appetite, like morphine in your terminal hours:

(1) Lower your standards and plagiarise
Quality blog entry is in fact a product of your over-worked imagination. I say better to write rubbish than to keep searching for that perfect entry for weeks on end. Copy, copy, copy.

(2) Write an entry about blogging and the blogosphere
Like this.

(3) What did you wear to school/work today?
That is an entry already. Write a story behind your choice and then watch your readership plummets. So what, who gives a damn... as long as you keep writing and don't die a quick blogging death.

(4) Post Pictures. Of yourself. In various comical poses.
Easy as ABC.

(5) Reassure yourself that one day you will find your blogging form and start posting quality entry after another, but in the meantime you are quite happy to settle for crap writing, but at least you are still an active blogger.

Whatever you do - just write. Don't be a blog-dropout.

2 Comments:

Blogger pr1mero said...

Yeah. Blogging promotes personal development, regardless if people read it or not.

June 17, 2008 2:20 AM  
Anonymous ahlost said...

Nice entry. Hehehe.. Now I can ask my friend to read this post when they say they've got nothing to blog. Hehehe..

June 17, 2008 10:48 AM  

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