A Letter to You, My Readers
The following may not be in traditional blogger etiquette, but significant enough that I have deemed it worth posting.
I have made it to 100 posts! Nothing to mega-bloggers out there, such as Lucky, Brian, and Gary, but never thought a year I would end up taking a blog this far.
When I first started posting in November via blogspot, as a very few may recall, I posted a few things then for a long time stagnated. As a friend told me, it is not a blog if only have 5 posts….. That was me for a while.
Fortunately, I have branched out (a little bit) by now. Yet, as happened in the past few weeks, I have been a little busier and slacked off on posting. To be honest, despite the fact that the daily or weekly posting frequency may not define a blog, I feel bad when days go by and I don’t post. I really feel like I am letting you down.
Again, thank you to my readers and anyone that has taken time to glance upon my musings random thoughts. You are the ones that make this worth-while and interesting.
Anyway, this is where I would love to hear from y’all. What can I do take me my blog more interesting, and that would interest you, my readership? Not just where am I doing well, but what could I do to make things better? What am I not doing/covering that you wish I would? Where do I fall short, to other blogs you read?
I don’t get offended easily, if at all, so take a stab…
Stick with the original content! I just purged a few of the blogs that I read because I thought that they just regurgitated what I read elsewhere. As long as you are developing new content, I will continue to read!
@EggSS4-Thanks for reading and providing the suggestion about the content.
I agree, being unique is important to having engaging content. Yet at the same time, there are certain topics provide great value and thus worth posting on (such as the Radisson Big Night Giveaway or the AAirpass) which others may have mentioned as well. But, I will try to minimize these and stay original.
Hope you continue to enjoy this blog, and take care!
Keep up the good work!