Tuesday, April 19, 2016

What I Hate Non-Bloggers Think of Bloggers or Blogging

This is post that I have been thinking of writing for quite some time. And I am glad it is time. If there is one thing that I hate about people who do not blog is that they think we bloggers are online diary writers. We are not. Or at least I am not, although I do see a lot of non-professional bloggers out on the blogosphere. But hey usually when I stumble on those blogs I cringe and make sure I never ever visit again.

Just take a look around on my blog you'll see that I hardly share a lot of about me posts. And the about the bloggers page is merely there out of obligation so you have a small idea of who I am. Sure there are some online diary writers out there who happen to blog but non-bloggers need to realize that not all bloggers are like that. My idea since I started blogging was with a goal in mind. That's what I believe sets my standard for everything I do. I strive to be as professional as I can be with my limited means in blogging. 

As DOZ said in Blogging trends for 2016, bloggers are quasi-journalists who put their online savvy and knowledge of Pop Culture together through images/text/video to tell a story and thus cause change. Although in my case, I am not trying to specifically be an influencer but I guess it sort of turns out like that.

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