As bloggers, we probably all want to attract like-minded readers to our blogs. It's also easy to get worried about how many followers a person has. And maybe we wonder why we have fewer readers and comments than other bloggers. There's so much to learn about blogging, isn't there?
I've been wanting to share a fellow blogger's definition of what makes a blog successful. The author over at Penniwigs* feels that success should not be based just on how many followers a person gathers to her site. Rather, she measures her blog's success by her own sense of satisfaction with the process; that is to say, she asks herself if she is enjoying what she does as a blogger? To her that is what makes a blog a success, not so much whether many or few come to visit.
Of course we all love it when people leave footprints of their presence in our comments boxes, so she offers some good advice on how to make our blogb a more inviting and enjoyable place for others to visit.
On that note, I'm off ... have a great day!
*Note: Link to that particular post no longer active