Blogging Insights- Level of commitment

Tanya is the host of Blogging Insights

TODAY’S QUESTIONS 

How committed are you to your blog?

As my regular readers know that I started blogging on a whim. I didn’t do any planning and had no prior experience or knowledge of the technical side of blogging. I even hadn’t written anything much after my college days. So it was a new experience for me. At first, I posted sporadically, whenever a post was complete, I’d post it. Gradually I was introduced to the various prompts in WP and I became more regular. Now I post 3-4 posts daily and I feel as if I am missing something when I don’t have my posts written and scheduled for the day.

So, yes, I can say that I am very committed to blogging!

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What part,if any,do other bloggers play in your level of commitment?

The most vital part played by the other bloggers in my commitment to blogging is their encouraging comments. Many gracious people wait for my Monday prompt, WDYS, and respond to it. So I’m especially busy on Mondays to read and respond to their posts. I reblog the first couple of responses to the WDYS post. I feel it’s mandatory for me to read and comment on the posts written in response to my prompt. Similarly, on Sunday, I ask a question and many people respond in the comments section.

Basically, What I am trying to say that blogging is my outlet and hobby, but if I didn’t have such nice and responsive readers, my commitment and fervor for blogging may not have been that strong.

Many thanks to Tanya for these interesting questions about blogging. We all learn from them.

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40 thoughts on “Blogging Insights- Level of commitment

  1. I so agree with you on this. I began through a set of circumstances without even knowing what a blog was and it is the human connections and feedback that make it so satisfying to me

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  2. I sometimes get overwhelmed with my sense of obligation to the community when my life is extra busy.
    It’s something that I’m working on, since there has never been any pressure or negativity placed on me by anyone except myself.
    The community has always been supportive and kind.🤗🥰💕

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    1. Yes, that sense of not writing or posting is our own doing. We are always here to read your posts but never to expect something that would stress you. Take care my friend.

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  3. Wow it’s super cool that you have a schedule! I’ve been blogging for quite a while (and I relate to the part where you said you started it on a whim.😂 Oopsie, but god forbid it was aa good decision tho! 😌😌) but I really haven’t adopted a schedule yet! Was getting into a schedule a major gamechanger in your case?

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    1. Thanks Brin. It happened slowly as I increased my posts to be published daily. Now it saves me the stress that I have self imposed about posting three times a day. I do all my posts for the next day before sleeping.

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