I mean that. Diving in to this blogging thing is no small feat. Be proud of yourself for becoming more technologically astute. I mean, how many other people do you know in real life who are starting blogs? See? You’re ahead.
I come from a creative place where ideas get bigger, and better (or trashed), the more they’re refined. If your content doesn’t leave doors open then you’re attracting an audience type that wants to be told — sheeple” if you will. That’s fine for narcissistic sycophants that need to be right all the time, but there’s no challenge, or growth in that. Audiences want to learn AND contribute; if you’re not a student of your own game — you’re just drinking your own piss.
Sometimes being overwhelmed makes new bloggers latch onto another blogger and the way that other blogger does things. But if you’re a new blogger, embrace … Read More