Happy weekend readers! I did a post fairly similar to this called Why Blogging?, but I’ve learnt the actual job of blogging, now that I’m into it, is really fun, but can be kind of frustrating since there’s definitely some strategy in attracting readers and reaching out to the blogosphere. My other post grew pretty popular, as I recieved some great responses from you guys about it! In fact, Morgane @InsideaMoodyCupofTea wrote a post about it, which I loved!
I love tags, in fact I have sort of an addiction; you may have noticed a consistent pattern in my posts lately…. So when you guys tag me it always makes my day, but of course, I can’t always get to the all of them, which makes me very emotional haha. I do like to keep track of them though, because when I used to want to do a tag, I wouldn’t have any since I lost track of all of them! Now I bookmark them on my computer, which makes my life a whole lot easier!
I love that they designed an app to bring your WordPress blog on the go with you all the time. It’s just awfully frustrating, since the app constantly glitches out on me, for instance, it usually tells me I am ‘not connected’, even though I have WiFi/cell reception! It’s fun to have the notifications turned on so you can see the activity on your blog 24/7 (yes, I agree, I am awfully obsessed with blogging).
What the title is supposed to inquire, is basically anything to do with socializing with other bloggers. This is the most unexpected, but most fun part of blogging. I think it’s crazy that I have the opportunity to communicate with people from around the world, and that blogging incorporated that into my daily routine. It is really so fun talking to you guys; I love commenting on your posts and getting to talk about the best thing in the universe (books), and sometimes even photography, art, or makeup. Also, I really do try hard to like EVERYONE’S posts, since I spend so much time on my ‘followed blogs’ page! Lately though, WordPress has not been letting me like any posts past 2 days ago, which is really bizarre, but mostly irritating.
I don’t have a blogging schedule. However, when I first began blogging, I thought it was necessary, and attempted to use one, although it clearly failed. Nowadays it’s mostly just blogging whenever I feel like it, especially since it’s not supposed to be work, but I do try to post generally every few days.
What’s your favorite thing about blogging?