So do you use a blog to keep track of things your going to do this day or tomorrow, or have done and you write what you feel about it, etc ... like a journal ? So everyone knows what you did and stuff ?
I don't have a blog never had, only now on CF thats it. And I used it to say more about my self.
I had one or two blogs before... I actually have one going now but it's just basically for me to blog about my learning guitar and what not. (Something I have to get back to doing lol).
Other than that no.
I have a bunch scattered across the web. I just blog about random stuff though.
If I had the time to make a blog and keep track of my day to day work I would but sadly I don't and don't plan to soon with so much happening.
I'm working on making one now but not much time for it. http://community-forums.net/forums/p..._DIR#>/sad.gif
Since my blog is like a business, I never felt the need to bring my personal life into my blog. I would just like to keep my blog like a business, and my personal life separate.
I have thought about posting some personal stuff, but I do not want to get too deep into my life.
[quote name='~kev~' timestamp='1282140432' post='23786']I have thought about posting some personal stuff, but I do not want to get too deep into my life.[/quote]
It's strange though that the personal stuff can really resonate with site visitors and turn a simple page view into a longer-term relationship.
It still feels a little creepy to me, but I am slowly moving more towards the "personal" web.
While this might have been the original impetus behind the entire blogging phenomenon, it's quite rare to find sites that are using blogs this way today.
Originally Posted by StephenM
Most blogs are used as a social media tools for building communities for business sites, used to host Adsense and affiliate sites, etc. But few actually use them as personal journals. Blogs, especially WordPress, have become simple CMS platforms for the masses when CMSs were once only available to businesses with a large budget.