Blogging. It’s grown on me.

I think at first, blogging had a negative connotation due to many people using it as an online, public diary. Now, there’s still that genre, as well as any other type of information mecca one might seek. I’ve thought about blogging. And haven’t because the dedication to come up with something readable every week or day or month is daunting. And I would have to inevitably choose between quality or quantity.

For work, I publish mini blogs about our product portfolio and keep the tone professional and in line with our company’s branding. I am an avid fan of one blogger who posts great recipes on her My New Roots page. They’re delicious.

I found the “Why We Blog” PDF useful in that it organized thoughts I’ve had about blogging into readable points. For example, why bloggers are motivated–why someone would invest a huge amount of time to create a blog.

Posted on September 14, 2014, in Metablogging and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. That blog looks delicious!

    When I started blogging in graduate school, I had more dedication and focus, perhaps because it was an assignment, although I did go on to maintain that blog for 5 years. Once I started teaching at Stout my schedule has gotten way more hectic, although my interests remain the same: internet trends, travel, and teaching.

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