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Why should i blog


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People often ask why should they blog, especially when there are more popular social networking, bookmarking and sharing platforms.
The fact is, blogging is much more serious, satisfying, valuable and long-term activity than commenting or posting on social networks.

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Why should i blog

  1. 1. WHY SHOULD I BLOG? Manoj Pandey,
  2. 2. 1. WHY SHOULD I BLOG? Try blogging, keep blogging regularly for a month and – if you are even slightly disciplined – you won’t ask this question again, you will answer it yourself !
  3. 3. 2. PERSONAL GAINS (NOT MONETARY) Blogging helps you to remain creative and thoughtful. Blogging allows you to maintain a diary of valuable and memorable things. Blogging allows you to share your thoughts, pictures, happenings etc with others.
  4. 4. CONTD.. Blogging can lead to print publishing as your posts keep adding, making the blog a great repository of your thoughts. Blogging, like other activities that give vent to feelings and emotions, is a great stress-buster. Blogging generates ideas, also keeps you disciplined about writing.
  5. 5. 3. MONEY Blogging can get you money: by advertisements & affiliation, offering services & products, reviews. Blogging synergizes well with other online engagements such as websites, forums, social- networking – thus getting visitors to your main business/ profession. Blogging helps companies in brand building,loyalty, customer satisfaction.
  6. 6. 4. HELPING OTHERS Blogging allows you to contribute your expertise and wisdom to the web and thus help the humanity in some small way. Blogging need not be personal/ professional or for business: you can have a blog on advising people, spreading good word, promoting excellence, charity and so on.
  7. 7. A LAST WORD… Blogging is much more serious than just social networking or social bookmarking. Its impact is more long-lasting than Facebook-type writings. Blog scores over a static website too due to its interactivity and currency.