You may call me an impulsive guy for taking up a challenge like deciding to have coffee in the morning as if it were all the things in the world I need and I must have it now, by all means. Only after clicking the ‘register’ button and engulfing myself in the new euphoria for 5 minutes do I realize the consequences that come with such act. ‘Blogging 201’ is no exception.
So here I am pondering why I blog in the first place as part of an initial assignment: Name 3 concrete goals you want to achieve in blogging. Here goes:
My goal is to take up the Weekly Photo Challenge and post an image each week until the end of this year. Hiatus has often been a visitor and it’s difficult to shoo away that habit if not through a challenge as it shall set your mind to the target and nothing else. Therefore to grow a sense of discipleship in sharing, publishing a weekly snapshot will be conducted.
Writing only accomplishes a portion of your blogging goals and the next step is often neglected: readership. Growing traffic into your blog will push you forward as you know people are reading your posts and expect more every week. Therefore I will visit 2 new blogs per week and leave comments there with hopes they will come and read my compositions.
With readership comes friendship as we are becoming conversant with the readers. Therefore I will focus on just 1 blog every month to dig deeper into their posts, find out what they are like, and hopefully bond as friends.
That’s it, folks. 🙂