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Why Do Good Blogs Go Bad?

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Have you ever poured your heart and soul into a blog only for it to sink without trace amidst the plethora of competing posts that flood your timeline? It’s disheartening isn’t it? You stare at your pride and joy and try to process how 99% of your followers haven’t the slightest interest in this latest literary gem. Then the voice in your head pipes up – ‘Well if they won’t read a 500 word blog then what makes you think they will want to read that 120,000 word book you have been droning on about for the last six months?’

It’s little surprise then that many bloggers raise the white flag and go AWOL. Fellow writers who you corresponded with every day suddenly vanish without explanation and you think ‘I wonder what happened to so and so?’ Blogging can be a brutal business. Don’t expect to become an internet success…

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18 thoughts on “Why Do Good Blogs Go Bad?”

  1. I’m a new blogger Cindy, and I’m quickly realizing how much work’s involved. My strength is limited but my disabled mama loves to read my writings which motivates me to keep pressing on. It’s not at all easy for me yet God helps in encouragement from you and a few others. 😚

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  2. Cindy, some years ago I knew nothing about Blogging. I use to buy me paper journal books to write how I felt within. My good and my not so good days. I had called it ” It’s My Journey With Jesus Christ, ” I wrote for the healing of what was inside of me, and would put on paper. God works in Mystery Ways. It was Him who direct me into writing what was in me on paper. I had to learn how to use these tools online. I’ve come a long way, and I’m still learning. Thanks for sharing this message. God Bless you!! ((Hugs)) 🙂

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      1. Amen!! Amen!! We ((all)) are blessed to have these tools that He has providered for us. You are right!! We never imagine that it would be the internet that would Spread the Gospel in ((All)) Nations. (Matthew 28:19-20) As long as He gives us His breath to do so we shall. 🙂 ((Hugs)) Love ya!!

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