Will Your Blog Be Around In The Next Five Years?

A very informative and interesting post from my friend, Renard.
You will find it very useful for your blogging.

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A lot of us who started blogs of our own never contemplated blogging on a long-term basis.

As a matter of fact, a large percentage of the bloggers in the blogosphere, handle their blogging affairs, one day at a time.

The sad truth is that business-related bloggers are the only ones who have planned to blog on a long-term basis (That is to be expected since business-related bloggers have set long-term goals for their blogs).

Unfortunately, a lot of personal blogs are short-lived (Many of them are abandoned within the period of three weeks or less).

These days, a personal blogger can refer to their self as being, “Lucky, ” if they have managed to experience their first blogging anniversary.

The God’s/Goddess’s truth is that many blogs will come and go (That is the way in which the proverbial cookie crumbles in the blogosphere).

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12 thoughts on “Will Your Blog Be Around In The Next Five Years?

  1. Wow, I didn’t know all this! I’m proud to say my blog has been around for 7 years. I only started really writing regularly about a year ago or so, but blogged on a semi-regular basis for years before that. I will say since I started blogging almost daily, my blog has really grown.

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    1. Yes, I think that being regular and on the radar is also important. Another useful thing is inter reacting with your readers. I find that I am getting to know my readers and by following their blogs, I am learning and growing.

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