Bloggers Spending Time Writing New Posts:

As a first time blogger, it is hard to find an audience and write new posts that are interesting to the public. Sometimes, it may not be as hard for some newbies. Sometimes at night, I ask myself, “How can I gain an audience? Why are my posts not catching people’s attention?” Well, the truth be told: you will not gain much of an audience when you begin blogging.

Everyday, every week, every month and every year, bloggers spend plenty of time on the computer, trying to find ways to write interesting posts. Truth be told again: it is hard to grab people’s attention at first. When you are stuck with topic ideas, try to ask other people if they were blogging, what would they write about? And how will they be able to build an audience?

Asking for one or more’s opinion can sometimes blow your mind. You may be at the bottom of the totem pole at first, but once you reach to a new level, you can be defined as a “zero” to a new “hero.”

Each week, bloggers spend their time writing new posts, but sometimes, there will be no likes and comments. Just keep writing and you will eventually find your way at the top of the totem pole.

Written Journals (Schools and Personal Life):

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Written journals are and have been commonly used in the everyday world. Journals are used for English classes in middle schools and high schools, covering certain topics or issues discussed in the daily news. But there are also personal journals, covering about someone’s personal life. Selecting a subject and writing about that topic can be quite interesting.

When writing a topic your teacher has selected for the class, this usually means that you are writing a topic based on opinion. However, if you are writing in your personal journal, you are usually writing for yourself or about someone else you decided to write about, but no one outside of your topic.

Journals are similar to diaries in one way: journals can be as personal and private as diaries. There are certain issues you don’t want everyone to publicly know about, such as your personal life.