I have to come to one conclusion. The world of blogging has changed my view on the world. It has made me smarter, as well as more attuned to the possibilities blogging presents. With a succession of keystrokes, I can promote a business or rant my hopes for world change. The world of blogging is an opportunity beyond my wildest imagination.
Why I Blog
My primary reason for blogging is that I love to write. Candidly, I also like enjoy the opportunity for my work to become public. Somewhat shamefully, I admit that some of my blogging is entirely mercenary. I blog because others pay me to direct more attention to their web presence. On any given day, I may write legal blogs involving personal injury, criminal law or securities litigation. I may swiftly change gears to compose a blog about nutrition, addiction or medical billing. The internet has presented me with a fabulous education. I can become an expert on any given subject by searching the World Wide Web. The world of blogging is my heavenly treat.
In addition to blogging for dollars, I also have the chance to express my opinions. Sometimes I wonder who reads my inspirationally intended posts. Of course, I easily garner attention when I post something controversial. As a writer, I want to be read. Frankly, it does not bother me to make waves or have a conflicting opinion. I thrive on reactions.
Research is Key
Anyone can blog with opinions or attempt pieces intended as marketing efforts. It is my view that without research, I have done an injustice to my clients. The only time I use internet encyclopedias is to look at their resources. Anyone can post on Wikipedia, so there is no trusting the value of the secondary publication. (Notwithstanding, there is no question of its stated worth pointing me to other directions.)
As a professional blogger, I consider myself a stand-in to each of my trusted clients. I am their voice. Whether they do not have the time or the confidence in their writing skills, I am there to help them attract attention.
How to evaluate this particular blog? Is it a blatant call for more blogging clients? Is it a candid explanation of why the world of blogging appeals to me? Is it possibly a justification for any of my blogging rants? If you guessed all of the above, you win an unspecified prize. Writefully Inspired was created because we are writefully inspired. If our company can assist you, please contact us. We will gladly employ the world of blogging to work for you.