I’ve always found that idea interesting. What makes one a ‘successful’ blogger? Sure, some make money on blogging. But what makes that blog any more successful than the blog with That One Post which helped That One Person? Blogging is interesting.
As bloggers, we all assume the Internet could use what we have to post. For many (read: most) bloggers, this involves finding a central topic and writing posts about that. These blogs give perspective. We, as readers, get to see a person’s views on a topic given many different ways. These blogs allow us to think through the main topics, as well.
Other blogs follow a set format. They focus on pictures, give the daily news or provide a type of commentary on many different topics. These are the blogs that show their topics. I enjoy blogs like this; it’s easier, sometimes, to say in pictures what can’t be said in words. I’m grateful to bloggers with that sense of creativity.
So there are bloggers with topics and bloggers with templates, all organised and neat. And then there’s this blog, disorganised and wild, much like its creator. Success, for me, would mean that this blog has reached That One Person who has benefited from the mental health knowledge and experience passed along, as well as That One Person who just needed a laugh and happened to find it on these pages.
Thanks for reading, folks. You are the success of this blog.