WordPress is THE blogging platform of choice. The relative ease of use and simple set up made it a big hit. But what does the future hold for wordpress? Where is it headed? Let us discuss this today.
Some of my friends ask me “Are you a blogging guru?”. My response to that question is always in the negative. I have a blog, I am not a blogging guru. I do not blog for profit, I do not earn even a penny from my blog and yes, I blog to blog and not to game google or any other search engine. In fact, I am so lazy that despite having wordpress set up on my own domain and all ready, I am using wordpress.com as maintenance is easier, so NO I am not a blogging guru. Let us talk more about this
Most bloggers are faced with this question. Whenever they see a blog that looks better than their blog and with a higher number of hits and subscribers, they feel that a redesign will help them to push forward their own blog. Then they start looking and researching what they need to redesign and where everything goes in the new design. By the time all this is done, they see a new blog and the whole cycle starts again. So what do I think about this? Here are my thoughts
Many people take to blogging with great passion and are in a huge rush to set up an online presence and then grow it into a brand. From there they are all keen to be called “A-List” bloggers. They want people swearing by their blogging and they want Google and every other search engine to take note of their blog and serve it up in the first page of results. They want all this, but most of them are confused about whether their blog should be a niche blog that focuses on a particular area or just a blog where everything goes. The answer to this holds the key to your blogging success. Let us see whether Niche is good or just to stay general
After almost a year away from blogging, I have started a new blog. The hope is that I will keep this one going and interesting. Thank you for coming here and please do keep coming everyday. The topics I will stick to are in an around Social Media and Smartphones. Let us see where this goes