Wednesday, November 21, 2007

for any nablopomo writers who happen to come across this post, and i can think of only one who would be remotely likely to, i'm sure you are getting a little dry, scraping the bottom of the barrel for topics, the triptophane and the football getting to you, maybe not much else happening except television. well, this is your lucky day, because i've brought you questions, questions for all bloggers, which i would honestly like to know the answers to.

1. do you find that blogging tends to make you frame your life experiences in the same way that carrying a camera tends to make you frame the things you see- it makes you look at everything, and say, i wonder if i could blog about that?

2. do you engineer your posts in any way to attract more audience? if so, how? do you include words that will attract search engines? do you write posts about hot, frequently-searched public persona?

3. do you check who has come to visit you? do you notice what words they used to search and find you? do you notice how long they actually spent on your site? do you take the words they used, and use them again, or keep using them?

4. you know how important pictures are when you open up a site. do you choose your pictures in order to hold visitors, or do you just put in there whatever you can? do you look for free pictures, take them yourself, or shamelessly steal them from google images like everyone else?

5. do you feel bad about bumping people from your blogroll? how important is a template to you when you visit blogs? do you really admire people who list thousands of blogs over there, or would you rather see someone who just has maybe ten or twelve best friends and relatives?

6. do you really visit all those blogs you list under "daily reads" or "blogs i visit?" do you read them? this seems like a herculean task. how much time can a person invest in being in the citizen's media, a regular?

7. has blogging changed your writing? your perspective? your alliances? your likes/dislikes? your politics? how has it affected the way you see things?

feel free to answer any or all. let me know when you do!

1 Comments:

Blogger Eric said...

http://stayingcentered.blogspot.com/2007/11/locked-in-vacancy.html

there you go tom

5:44 PM  

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