Blogging / Et Al

Ten People Who Should Have Their Own Blogs

I read a lot of blogs: local blogs, family blogs, friend blogs, professional blogs, fitness blogs. I could go on, but you get the picture. I’m of the opinion that there’s a place on the Web for everyone, and the blogosphere is a great place to start; specifically, here are ten people who need to have their own blogs:

  1. Moms-to-be
  2. Parents
  3. Small-business owners
  4. Missionaries
  5. Students
  6. Military service people
  7. Ministers
  8. Weight-losers
  9. Freelance professionals
  10. Reporters

Why these ten people? What’s the connection? Well, they have more in common than you think:

  • Many of these people need to communicate with large groups of people (i.e. family, friends, customers, clients, etc.) at one time, and a blog allows them to communicate as often as necessary without filling up email in boxes.
  • Many of these people have lives that are changing pretty regularly, and a blog lets them document and share those changes.
  • Many of these people live away from their core support groups, and a blog lets them connect with their friends and family without being geographically close.

Are you on my list? Do you have a blog? If not, what’s stopping you? To get started, check out these Web sources:

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2 thoughts on “Ten People Who Should Have Their Own Blogs

  1. I completely agree with you. As more and more blogs pop-up, just as many are abandoned but the 10 groups of people that you mention here should be the ones that maintain and prosper in the blogosphere.

  2. I fall into one of those categories, but unfortunately, my family doesn’t even read my blog. They just don’t seem that interested. But I find blogging a good way to track what’s been done in the past, and a cool way to interact with people that one may not have been able to otherwise.

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