When most authors are struggling to writer, [ironically] they often write a post about what to do when you get ‘writer’s block’, hoping it will kick-start their writing back into gear.
I am struggling to write, as you may have noticed from the sparsity of posts this month – this is only post 9, and we are already 25 days into February.
My problem isn’t that that part of my brain is taking a nap, quite the reverse: its in overdrive!
Many bloggers give the famous advice “find your niche and stick to it”. I like to defy the trend though, and we are a different sort of blog, hence we can take a different sort of approach to blogging. As a writer for Technology Bloggers, you are literally spoilt for choice when it comes to what to write about. You could research innovating new technologies, explore how the internet is changing our lives, educate on the world of SEO, discuss blogging practices – you get the picture, we aren’t just technology!
With so many topics, how do you choose what to write about? Do I aim to help you with a ‘how to guide’, wow you with a ‘facts and stats’ post, inform you with my take on a breaking news article, teach you how something works, what do I do?
You have no idea how many posts I have started to write, saved as a draft and then abandoned because something more interesting has sprung to mind.
I am going to focus. You can expect more. A few weeks ago I wrote about what I perceived to be the the blogging dilemma: quality vs quantity, and you should have taken from that post that I will only ever post stuff that I think you (or someone else) will want to read, and stuff which I believe is ‘quality’.
Enough said. Now to get writing proper posts.
On a final note, do you have any suggestions/requests? Is there anything you want me to explore? I will gladly take ideas for posts. I won’t always run with them, but if I like the idea, I shall try.
Anything unclear about how we run things, or what you can expect?
Have faith, we shall battle on!
On a [final] final note, do you think my writing is getting too casual and informal?
I notice I am changing the way I write, and part of me likes the change, but another part is anxious that I may loose my credibility. You know me right?
Anyhow this is blogging, not literature!
The above ‘P.P.S‘ was going in another post, but I thought it fitted in here better