One year and 100 posts later, we ask: why keep blogging?

BJ

BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

10 Responses

  1. Thanks for an excellent post! I’m new to blogging and I’ve printed out your of reasons to keep blogging. I know it will give me inspiration and ideas.

  2. Connie says:

    Great list! and congratulations on your blogiversary

  3. Congrats on your one year!!

  4. Carmel says:

    No blog yet, I know I need to, but my work offline consumes most of my time (yes, cats are a part of that too). Not sure if your post has inspired me or not!

  5. Good question! Congrats on year one! For me, creating blog posts are easy but maintaining blogs are headache ( I have 2 blogs) i.e. today the Subscribe 2 plugin needed updating and so my subscribers didn’t receive email notification. Thankfully some faithful fans let me know and I can troubleshoot. After milestones, it important to reevaluate what’s working and what’s next. I’d love to take this convo offline with you.

  6. You are so right – blogs are lots of work. but I love it.

  7. I love you list of reasons to keep blogging :)Finding out passion is so important because it makes blogging fun and keeps us motivated 🙂

  8. Cat Holm says:

    I do have a blog at http://www.catherineholm.com. My purpose? Still trying to figure that out. A big part of it is spreading the joy of cats. You are right — it is a lot of work!

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