This post from a fellow blogger over @ Black Coffee & Cigarettes sounds like it’s talking about me. I’m sure a lot of bloggers can relate.
I don’t consider myself an expert blogger. I don’t have 10 handy tips to drive traffic to your blog, or make you better read. I didn’t start my blog either to make money or become
I didn’t start my blog either to make money or become famous, though I’m not completely averse to the possibility of either. I did it mainly to hold myself accountable – to push myself to write more, to find my ‘voice,’ and to become more disciplined as a writer. I also did it to connect, which is probably why all of us really use social media.
If I’m honest, because the online world can be overwhelming enough as is and I’m trying to use any free time I have to write. (I also subscribe to Groucho Marx’s old adage that I’d rather not be a member of any club that would have me.) – Black Coffee and Cigarettes.
Read the rest of this excellent study on blogging @ On Blogging and Bloggers – Breaking the Fourth Wall | Black coffee and cigarettes