January 24th, 2012 by Bob Bly
I used to get 12 to 15 comments or more on my blog posts.
Then, I was silent for 3 months.
When I returned to blogging this month, I got only 3 to 5 comments per post.
You can make the case that my lack of blogging for months diminished my readership.
And that’s the problem with blogging.
To maintain the recommended frequency of posts, bloggers write blog articles even if they have nothing to say.
And the result is drivel. As Willy Nelson says, “You can’t make a record if you ain’t got nothing to say.”
What happens when I have no news, information, or thoughts to impart?
Should I blog for the sake of keeping up with blogging?
Or should I be silent until a worthy idea occurs?
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