What makes me different

This week Dr. Tanya has asked our opinion about this quote;


Matt Wolfe

There’s a lot of information out there for free, so you’ve got to figure out what makes your information different.”


I think that, that the glut of information available on the internet is a real test for the discerning reader. Not everything that we read on the “net” is the absolute truth or even its first cousin.

How to present our information/ writing in a manner that people are attracted to it is an art. As there are millions of blogs out there, why should people choose to read your blog? The answer in my opinion lies in authenticity.

Writing what we feel and think gives genuineness to our content and people like to read that. Something that they can connect to and relate to is more likely to attract a reader.

If you are sharing information, then do share it without tampering with it. You can clarify your point of view with it. As the owner of your blog, you’re free to state your views on the information you share but always be wary of manipulating truth as that puts people off very quickly. There is but one truth and twisting it may attract certain people for some time but it won’t do so always.

To sum it up, I think that genuine, heartfelt content always is a winner. And truth should always be preserved while sharing information.

What do you think is the most important thing that attracts people to your blog?

Written for Tanya’s Blogging Insights- NF # 33



69 thoughts on “What makes me different

  1. I think people like me because I’m so cute 😊 I like your blog because you seem like a genuine tolerant person…Truth and honesty and being real are what I like. You can tell what’s bull***t pretty fast online. I’ve been using the Interwebs for 25 yrs now. I’ve seen everything 😳😳

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  2. Agree with your point about authenticity. However, I guess I’m in the minority here, but I personally don’t think there’s one absolute truth on most issues. I am pretty sure that, on everything worth writing about, the “pure facts” are so thinly stretched out amidst the interpretation of those that we all bend the “truth” a little whether we want it or not.

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  3. Like other comments here, authenticity is what matter most and that will come through in your writing. Honesty and integrity is sadly lacking in many reports but if you listen closely and analyse the words, the tone of those reports give away their lack of authenticity. If we write from our heart and with passion, authenticity naturally follows.

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