OK, not really. I wrote a post about talisman on my another blog. So this is selfish self-promotion. Well, some kind. This is also my other reblogged post. I leave it here.
via The talisman in design jobs
Long title I know but this really deserves a new post. The reblog thing on WordPress is not very nice. Especially when the post have questions I want to answer. First of all, a big shout to Okoto for being such a great person and also because these questions are really good. So good and interesting that I have to answer them. So thank you again, Okoto 🙂
So here they are.
Q1. What is the one blogging goal you hope to achieve this year?
I never have any goals. Not in real life nor blogging. I can always wish things but I wouldn’t call them goals. I hope I will keep on blogging. It’s still a hobby and I won’t make a career of it. It won’t even be part of anything. It’s an escape from the real world.
Q2. What is your biggest fear about blogging this year?
It’s not a fear. I’m fearless when it comes to that. The only fear I have is if I’ll won’t have access to the internet. I’m busy with school and the internet is slow in the dorm. I moved to another room in another building and there it’s even slower. I can only write the blog in class after school and then of course at home at the weekend. In a way it’s nothing to be afraid of. I’ll still have internet but the problem can occur if I blog rarely and people might stop following.
Q3. Which do you think matters more? Views or followers?
It’s a bit of both. It doesn’t matter how many followers I have. All I care about is that someone gives comments. There’s no point of having a lot of followers if none of them interact. You can have followers but who really knows if they really read your blog. I like small crowds anyway. A small circle is more intimate. Views are nice to look at but it doesn’t prove anything.
Q4. What do you wish you could get rid of on your blog? And why?
I wish I could get rid of spam. I want real comments. And why? Well, who loves spam anyway 😉
Q5. Has blogging helped you become more social in person?
No, not through blogging. I’m an introvert and I’ll never be more social. You only get more social if you spend time with people in real life. I’m still the same person I was before I started to blog. But since my mother died, I had to be more social and it’s also because I’ve got older. It gets better with age.
So there you have it. Not really excited answers, are they? 😀 But I’m not here to please everybody. Each to their own.