do it . . . or don’t . . . ??
When I first began blogging (my – how our language has changed!), my husband was aghast and my children and grandchildren were in a state of disbelief. Who knows why someone of my advanced age would put up nonsense and often serious and sometimes personal ‘stuff’ on the internet?
I’m not a terribly reflective or introspective person; I only know that it gives me pleasure to write about things that I care about – and surprisingly, I’ve met some quite interesting folks who also love to share.
So, I’m blogging away – happily!
Every year millions of people create blogs, and even more check in daily to read them.
There are about 15 million active blogs read by 57 million people, a number that gives bloggers great credibility, power and influence as sources of information for everything from news to corporate reputations to product purchasing.
“This is simply not a passing fad that can be ignored,” said Michael Gartenberg, analyst with Jupiter Research.
source: AdAge Digital
BLOG – (n.) Short for Web log, a blog is a Web page that serves as a publicly accessible personal journal for an individual. Typically updated daily, blogs often reflect the personality of the author.
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