There are ample reasons for anyone to flock into the blogsphere. Recently I came across some blogs with gobs and gobs of ‘negative’ contents focusing on ‘controversial’ topics. They quickly become popular as they get high hit-rate and copious comments. These blogs mainly express strong ‘opinions’ against some of the burning issues in the areas of religion, sex, creed, caste, racism, nationality, politics etc. Naturally they catch attention of readers — as it has got to do with an individual’s emotions. Readers quickly tend to take stands and tempted to express their counter arguments.
According to me there are enough avenues to discuss about controversial topics as they are very well known. Especially in countries like
When I was thinking in these lines, I asked a question to myself: ‘why do I write blogs?’. After contemplating for quiet some time, I came up with the following points:
- I feel happy when I write.
- Blogs provides a platform to share my knowledge with a bigger world.
- I always wanted to write about ‘positive’ things to ‘influence’ rather than critiques. For example, blogs like ‘Emergic’ has influenced me to a larger extent.
- Connect with like-minded people rather than the general mass.
Request: Can you please post your reasons for blogging?