Would you still read my blog

If you scroll down on this blog, you will come to a heading on the sidebar titled ‘Adventures from days gone’. If you click the drop-down menu, you will notice my very first post was back in 2007. I have been blogging since 2007. Initially, I blogged just for myself. But around late 2008, I discovered the rest of the blogosphere. I ventured out into communities — mainly in Australia and India — signed up my blog on these spaces and entered a rabbit hole of finding other blogs.

The blogs that appealed to me back then were personal bloggers and book bloggers. There were a few ‘mummy’ bloggers I enjoyed because they spoke not just about kids, but about life too. I learnt that by leaving a comment and engaging in conversation with these bloggers, they would communicate back. They would visit my blog. Through these blogs, I’d find other blogs. A comment would appeal to me. Or perhaps, the title of someone’s blog. We all had blogrolls back in the day, especially on Blogger blogs {which is what I started out with}

It was harmonious. It was fun. I connected with several bloggers, some of whom no longer blog today. I connected with others who have grown tremendously, whether through work or through having kids or just because of what life has thrown them.

Over time however, I noticed a change in the blogging world. There were fewer personal blogs. Fewer whimsical random blogs. More and more niche bloggers crept up. Food bloggers, fashion bloggers, parenting bloggers, travel bloggers, lifestyle bloggers, writing blogs, book blogs, tech-y blogs, design blogs, and well several other niches I haven’t ventured out to find. Blogging became about money. Engagement was essential but it was to also make money.

At one point in my journey, I wondered about a niche for my blog. Could I keep it to psychology and mental health? Nah, too draining. Could I keep it as a travel blog for hiking and adventures? I don’t travel enough. Could it be a feminist blog? I couldn’t just stick to that topic. In the end, I realised it would be tough to pigeon-hole myself and instead, decided my niche would be Life itself.

With more and more bloggers hosting their blogs, blogrolls went out of fashion. It became harder to find interesting blogs on someone else’s site {I have a page for blogs I stalk}. Link-ups started to become a common way to build your blogging community. I started linking up on Australian blogs to build my audience locally. I also linked up on some Indian blogs and American blogs to reach different audiences. The deal with link ups is that people will visit the post you’ve linked up. At least a few of them. And of course, common courtesy says you visit their posts too.

I do love link-ups and I do love finding some new bloggers through them. I have also found some other bloggers through link-ups within Facebook groups. But in noticing all the changes that have occurred in blogosphere over the years, I have often wondered, would someone still visit my blog if I didn’t participate in link-ups?

The honest answer: I think not. 

I don’t blog about useful information. I don’t blog about glorious food I’ve cooked or created. I don’t blog about babies or children or parenting. I don’t blog about travel all the time. I don’t blog about fashion. I blog about my life — my cats, my work, my opinions, my observations, my mental health, my fitness, my highs and my lows. {Sure, I have started a niche blog for my writing but that’s potentially to promote it professionally}

If I stopped linking up for an entire month, I’m pretty certain my stats would drop. My analytics would look abysmal. There would be fewer comments. Ergo, potentially less engagement.

It’s the sad reality of a personal blogger.

This entire post was prompted by a conversation started by Raychael and Eva within a Facebook group but it had been something I’d wondered about. That if I stopped suddenly, it would probably go unnoticed. Yet, it doesn’t deter me from writing and continuing to blog. Because I need to write. I need to voice my opinions even if no one hears it. I need to empty my soul on a ‘page’. It is therapeutic for me.

I still need to read blogs too and even after all these years, I find I am drawn to blogs that are personal. I will read these blogs even if they are not part of link-ups. Ashleigh’s is one such blog {I can’t remember how I found her but it wasn’t through a link-up}. I may be partial to a few who are child-free like me {yes, Vanessa, Debbish, Sammie, Zita, Parul, PeeVee…} but I also read ‘parenting’ bloggers without a linkup {that’s you Amy, Chantelle, HugzillaJodiR’s Mom…}. They speak to me. They connect with me. They make me laugh. I save theirs and other blogs I love on Feedly so I can read them as they are updated.

So yes, I will continue to write. I will continue to read. I will continue to connect. Even if you stop reading me.

Do you think people would stop reading you if you didn’t link up to weekly parties/threads?

Would you still blog if people didn’t read you?

Do share!

***Linking with Raychael for Worth Casing Wednesday and Grace for FYBF because I’m realistic enough to know no one is going to read my post  and discuss this issue if I don’t link up somewhere!***

Until next time,







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  • Obsessivemom
    6 July 2016 at 3:00 pm

    I’ve gone through a similar growth from writing in isolation to the shares and the linkups. Sometimes I feel the old times were better when you read a blog and left a comment because you liked it rather than only because someone visited you. It is of course polite to go visit someone who has visited you so that’s fine but I think I would still seek out blogs I like whether they are part of a linkup or not.
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    • Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life
      6 July 2016 at 3:03 pm

      I agree..I find that through these link ups, it’s still the blogs that speak to me that I add on to Feedly. 🙂

  • Vidya Sury
    6 July 2016 at 3:28 pm

    Nice to read your post today, Sanch – I was just reflecting back on my blogging journey – what with an anniversary coming up – having started my own journey in 2003. Blogs become pretty much lonely if one is not social. Most of the interaction is reciprocal. Hugs! You’ve come a long way and you’re an amazing writer!
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    • Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life
      8 July 2016 at 10:34 am

      I do think it is important to interact but how we do that seems to have changed. You’ve been blogging since 2003??? Wow! I’m in awe…

    • J.Gi Federizo
      8 July 2016 at 4:30 pm

      I agree. I, myself, have been blogging since 2004, even earlier. I have done changes to how I approach and use blogs. I don’t have that many followers, but it’s okay as I am not using my blogs to earn anything. I think it only should really matter if you intend to get something material from blogging.
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  • Lata Sunil
    6 July 2016 at 3:49 pm

    I will still look up your blog – both of them.. as you write so well. Now that I know you I know. But without the linkups and promotes, I may have never got to know you. So, would say to link up on the ones you like. Someone will discover you.

    • Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life
      8 July 2016 at 4:12 pm

      Thanks Lata! I agree link ups do help in finding new blogs and I’ve found some to follow through there too. It’s just that back in the day, it used to be quite different. I sound old now! 😀

  • Shailaja
    6 July 2016 at 3:50 pm

    I’d still read you 🙂 I have subscribed to your posts so I get an alert each time a post goes up. I may not always comment due to paucity of time these days and way too much time online thanks to my work but I always read you. Also, I think we all move through the evolutionary process of writing, then comments, then burnout, then go back to writing for the love of it all. It’s a constant circle and one that I am glad to be a part of. Of course, if I had zero comments I may be tempted to stop blogging, but I will never stop writing. It’s what keeps me sane and happy. I’ve also learnt to let go of expectations where reciprocation is concerned. A year ago, I couldn’t have done that.

    My last post on the blog touches on a very similar topic to this post 🙂
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    • Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life
      8 July 2016 at 10:34 pm

      Aww thanks Shy, I find it hard to comment on all blogs I read too especially as I read some of them while commuting or on my lunch break. I still don’t know if I’d completely stop blogging if people stopped interacting because I think I still like reading blogs too and that would be my form of connection while getting my own writing done 🙂

  • texerinsydney
    6 July 2016 at 3:52 pm

    Excellent food for thought. I participate in several regular link-ups. I’m asking myself “why did I start?” and “what draws me to these particular links?” as I read this post. I am fully aware that I am no “big” blogger or “niche” blogger…and I don’t care to be. I post what I post because it flows out of me.
    I’ve “met” bloggers through link-ups that I connect with; and other times I don’t. I think its all about the connections we make. I think I am balancing (at the moment) that I am getting what I am giving to blogging. I don’t give everyday reading and 100% commenting, so I don’t get that from others. But, I’m okay with that for now. Will I change? Maybe. But, for now, I’m good.
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  • Beloo Mehra
    6 July 2016 at 4:11 pm

    Some interesting thoughts here, Sanch! I have learned that perhaps it is best to not have any expectations in this world of blogging 🙂 Sure, some reciprocity still works. And yes I understand the technicality of the whole ‘blogging is a social thing’ argument. But I am not sure the division between ‘writing as personal’ and ‘blogging as social/public” is that clear-cut. We also write and put it up on the public domain because somewhere deep inside we have an urge to add our voice to the ongoing discourse on some topic/issue/idea/experience/event. Whether someone reads it or not is secondary, to express oneself in a domain which has the possibility that our voice may be heard someday by someone out there is an incentive in itself. Just my opinion.
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  • Janet aka Middle Aged Mama
    6 July 2016 at 4:13 pm

    When I find a blogger whose work I enjoy, I try to save them to my Bloglovin’ list, so that even if they stop joining linkups I’ll still be notified of their new posts. I did have one blogger (no longer blogging) tell me her stats went UP when she stopped joining linky parties, which I found hard to believe. My best days are definitely Mon and Tues each week, and I think that’s because they are the days I join linkies.
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  • Rajlakshmi
    6 July 2016 at 5:22 pm

    I still go through my blog roll to read the blogs i had once followed… Many of my favorites don’teven link up but I fish them out and read. Content is the king – this is one rule I have always believed will help to gain a true reader. The one rule that makes me bookmark a blog in case I lose it. Link ups and social media are great ways to promote blogs and meet bloggers who share same passion. With millions of blogs existing in blogosphere I guess one needs to do self promotion and socialize to be recognized. In the end, as i said, it will just be the content that will determine if the reader will return back.
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  • Parul
    6 July 2016 at 5:27 pm

    “Why do you come here?” I wrote a post titled that sometime last year cos I started feeling that everything is so much reciprocation and traffic is due to link ups and thread. I am still in that phase. Sometimes, I wonder why and I do feel no one would stop by if I was not a part of a group. That makes me sad but that takes me to this another angle – Let’s say you have a neighbor who you have never met and spoken to. You haven’t even seen her. Then one day, you both open the door together as you leave for work and you smile at each other. And then it begins. Small talks, and smiles here and there. Of friendships and a good time. Blogging is also that. If I were to not read others, I would write in that shell and hinder my learning process.
    Coming to writing, now that I write – I would write even if no one stops by. I may feel a little discouraged with zero stats but I will not stop myself from publishing.

    Thanks for the mention and I am happy to know that you read 🙂
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  • Linda
    6 July 2016 at 5:33 pm

    I’ve been reading a few of those ‘Is blogging dead?’ articles lately. It seems to be a common question at the moment. I even listened to a podcast about it yesterday! Who knows….I think they’ll always be a place for people like yourself who write so beautifully. I would keep reading because I get your posts in my inbox due to subscribing! However, I do note that I think I found you via a linky. I’ve found others by clicking through from interesting comments they’ve left though. I have a friend in Italy whom I met via blogging. We always have conversations on each others blogs! It doesn’t matter who else comments, we seem to ‘click’ and have lovely chats via our blogs.

  • Zita
    6 July 2016 at 5:48 pm

    I know exactly what you mean!!!
    It was another reason I have taken a break and before I did that I had a real big question of ‘would anyone even miss me if I stopped blogging tomorrow?’ And as it turned out the answer to that is no! I felt so much pressure to read and comment and link up and knew that probably 99% of my readers where only ‘reading’ (I’m not sure everyone fully reads a lost) my posts because they felt they had to because I commented on their blog or were part of a link up.
    I also struggled with the whole niche thing as well and it was one of the things I felt they really really pushed at ProBlogger…’must have a niche’… ‘Find your tribe’… And I really didn’t like it as I wanted to write about me, my life, my thoughts, exercise and health, travel and photos, tips as well as stories… Whatever I wanted… And to be honest I just lost the drive. I really had no blogging idea what I was getting myself u to when I started and feel like I was biting off way more than I could chew, so I had to get out!
    I can’t really remember how i can across your blog but will admit I think it was part of a linkup but I’m glad I did and I think your blog resonates with me because we sound so similar in so many ways… And that’s why I’ll keep coming back for a sticky beak at what you’re up to!
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    • Sanch @ Living my Imperfect Life
      6 July 2016 at 7:12 pm

      Zita, I don’t have a problem with link ups per se as you do find bloggers you will connect with there. Ditto about your blog and can I just say I’m hoping you come back sometime…I enjoyed reading your blog and miss your personal posts. The niche thing really got to me too but in the end, I’ve just stuck to what I believe in. Hope you are well xx

  • Rachna
    6 July 2016 at 6:33 pm

    Brutally honest and very true, Sanch. My experience also says that a lot of blog hop is reciprocal. Unless you are a celebrity, you will hardly find people reading you if you don’t read them back. It;s just the sad truth of blogging.

  • Sid
    6 July 2016 at 7:48 pm

    Honestly, I think during the initial years – a little linking up is necessary. I mean, there’s no other way to get your name out there. But once you have built yourself a set of trusted/loyal readers, I believe they will keep coming back. Because of what you write, how you write and because they can relate to it.
    You just keep writing, Sanch. A lot of us keep coming back here because we enjoy the little snippets you share with us and eventually because we know that , while we may not always like or agree with everything you say or write, every little post is that little bit extra insight into the person that we know as Sanch. And that’s pretty invaluable, if you think about it 🙂

    And yes, I would still read you. Like I am 🙂
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  • Alana
    6 July 2016 at 8:29 pm

    If I didn’t reach out to other bloggers through Facebook, I would have much less of a readership. But, I also find favorite blogs and read and comment on them consistently. I have regular readers who do the same, and I am happy that they find my blog worth their time and effort.
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  • Paula
    6 July 2016 at 9:22 pm

    I think found your blog through the Ultimate Rabbit Hole, but I’m really not sure. I just remember that I book marked your blog because of the book reviews. So I’d still stop by. 🙂 … For my own blog I’ve only really participated in two weekly link ups. And I did notice a drop in visitors when I gave up the one. But I just can’t blog enough to keep up with it right now.

  • Ericka @ A Quiet Girl's Musings...
    6 July 2016 at 11:39 pm

    I won’t deny that I love interaction and I love it when a post does really, really well and is read be many people. But, first and foremost, I blog for myself. I blog for the release and the creative outlet it affords me. As a relatively new blogger, I remember the days in which no one was reading my blog and I remember how disappointing it was. But, it also took some time to get my groove and to find a community.

    As far as your other question – If I didn’t link up weekly, do I think people would stop reading? Well, yes and no. There have been weeks in which I haven’t linked up with any other blog and the posts I published were still read, thanks in large part to Bloglovin’. If Bloglovin’ didn’t exist, then I suspect I’d have very few readers period.
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  • Raych
    6 July 2016 at 11:56 pm

    I wonder about blog link-ups, even though I host them. Yes they are great if you want to connect with other bloggers but unless your blog is targeting other bloggers (like mine occasionally does), link-ups aren’t going to find you your non blogger audience.

    Bloggers however are supportive, they do drop comments because they know the value of engagement but PR/brands are now wanting more than blogger engagement on posts. The trick I suppose is to find that non blogger audience and bring them out of lurking mode. So much easier if you are a celebrity or have a niche. Does that mean that if we don’t fall into these categories we don’t deserve to be here or we are wasting our time?

    Now apologies, there was no Worth Casing Wednesday linkup today. I was out for the count and my scheduled post just didn’t appear. I would love to continue this conversation by way of a blog post later in the month.
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  • Vishal Bheeroo
    7 July 2016 at 4:22 am

    Love reading your blog and interesting thoughts about things be it personal or otherwise. I write on general topic and don’t really believe in a specific genre as such. But, would be interesting if you write about Psychology.
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  • Vinitha
    7 July 2016 at 6:16 am

    I read your blog always, Sanch, though I’m not commenting always, especially since the start of this year, personal reasons. There are few blogs I check out even if I don’t blog. And I know that at least 2 or 3 bloggers out there will stop by my blog even if I don’t link up. That I know only because these bloggers took time to notice that I haven’t been blogging and stopped by to ask if I was okay. Of course, we need to promote our posts in social media and participate in link ups for a wider reader base, how else will they know that we are blogging right? But those who like what we have to share will keep coming back, that’s my belief. 🙂

  • Damyanti
    7 July 2016 at 12:40 pm

    I read a lot of blogs, yours among them, but I mostly stop by with a like–commenting takes time, and this year has been a rollercoaster for me, personally and professionally.

    I blog about personal stuff, writing, travelling–my blog answers my need to express myself and connect. If it makes you happy, blog on, and don’t worry about the hit counter. Community is everything, as far as I’m concerned.

  • Ashleigh -
    7 July 2016 at 7:03 pm

    I had the month off in June and I think my stats came in at half, so people still found me. Some people find travel stuff or F45 things via searching but it is not really what I blog about on the whole. I participate in some link ups but I read the posts that appeal to me and comment on them rather than an all which can feel sometimes superficial approach. I went to problogger in 2015 and while it was wonderful to connect with people, it left me confused. I came away realising that I actually do not expect an income from blogging (it is nice when I get the occasional perk), it is my space for creativity and to DO WHAT I WANT WITH. For financial gain I rely on my job and freelance gigs. I don’t want to sell something at this time, and writing about travel, life and cats has increased my stats over time! So who says you need a niche as a personal blogger? I think authenticity sells. Also I agree. Blogging has found my humans, you, sammie, vanessa and you have given me more to check meowt. Purr.
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  • Sammie @ The Annoyed Thyroid
    7 July 2016 at 9:31 pm

    Ace post! I hear ya! I often wonder if I stopped blogging would anyone notice, apart from my mum? I don’t have a niche, but I think we personal bloggers are our own niche, because each of us is you-nique, don’t you think? I’m a bit of an all rounder and interests wise don’t like to put all my eggs in one basket, so I actually prefer personal blogs to niches. When I visit a personal blog, it’s like catching up with coffee for a mate. There’s a lot of talk of blogs having to offer their readers something or teach them something, and I don’t necessarily agree. When you write a personal post, you’re offering your audience, the best gift of all, human connection. I’ve met some of my favourite people online and if we they hadn’t have posted their posts, our paths, virtual or otherwise, would never have crossed!
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  • pragun
    8 July 2016 at 3:08 am

    Hey sanch, so true You have touched the bloggers chord. I would although keep on reading your blog because me too not part of race but i blog to my wish n my thoughts.
    Blog is a personal space creative space it is not a newspaper to get published daily.
    I have not much readers write now but its doesn’t stop me from blogging and of course there are great bloggers like you who inspire.
    so keep writing will keep reading you…

  • Michelle V
    8 July 2016 at 7:10 am

    Hi. I am only new to your blog (I came across it through FYBF link up), and I have only recently started a book blog, and am enjoying it so far.
    But I totally get what you are saying. I often wonder who is interested in my blog? I’ve only had a few comments on my posts so far (all from other bloggers), but it is nice to know that someone, somewhere is reading what I have to say! 🙂
    I started my blog as I am very passionate about books, and also to have people who share that passion come and communicate with me.
    I say that if it’s something you enjoy, do it!

  • Amy @ HandbagMafia
    8 July 2016 at 7:30 am

    *raises hand* I’d still read- link up or not! And thanks for the mention 🙂
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  • Vanessa
    8 July 2016 at 8:11 am

    My stats are most certainly higher on days I link up, that’s for sure. But I write because I always have. Blogging is just the current form of it.
    And thanks for the mention 🙂
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  • Anne
    8 July 2016 at 10:21 am

    I would keep blogging even if no one was reading it. I enjoy documenting our family adventures and then the kids can look back at my blog and see all the cool stuff they did when they were little.

  • Ingrid @ Fabulous and Fun Life
    8 July 2016 at 10:37 am

    I may be a beauty and fashion niche blogger but I enjoy reading personal blogs the most. I admit I do usually click onto them through link ups but I do also go to them direct if I’ve missed them in linkups for a couple of weeks.

  • Rhiannon @ EssentiallyInspired
    8 July 2016 at 2:16 pm

    I feel you, in fact I am pretty sure that I have approximately 3 people who read my blog regularly, however I love to write. I have always loved it and have always done it in some form or another. I have a niche blog- it’s about my life using essential oils. However, it’s about my LIFE. So although it’s a niche topic it’s really organic and more often that not just a personal blog post. Maybe it’s a good thing that I have 3 readers- less chance of getting in trouble for dropping the F bomb 😉 ahhh… silver linings!

  • Deborah
    8 July 2016 at 2:21 pm

    Thanks for the shout-out Sanch. I’ve been pondering this since the FB conversation as well.

    I think I (too often) fall into that comparison trip. I’d love to make money writing and to earn a living that way… but I don’t think it’s gonna happen. I guess I get envious of others’ opportunities, but as much as anything I get envious of their stats. Mine are pitifully low and more than anything I guess I would love people to read and enjoy my blog.

    However, like you I started blogging for me. In 2009 and I told no one about it. Eventually I shared it with a couple of people but really not publicly promoting it until 2011 or so. In 2012 I decided to ‘come out’ and share it on my personal FB page and similar. I guess for me it was a confidence thing – which was the reason I started. I was too nervous to do courses and have people read my writing and it felt safer putting it online for the invisible masses. (Or two of three bored readers!)

    I started to blog about books a few years ago but miss the personal blogging. I now do both and I find a lot of book bloggers I engage with, also enjoy my non-bookish posts. I’d love more non-blogger readers though.

    And sorry – I blithered way off track there!
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  • Dashy
    8 July 2016 at 3:35 pm

    Honestly, I find it strange and surprising to find this coming out of such an experienced blogger like you. I’ve felt many times that my blog would go unnoticed if it weren’t for the link ups, but I would still blog yes. I started it for myself rather than for the others to read, and I believe it is the same for all personal bloggers. Also, I’ve mostly followed your posts from Facebook rather than the link ups , and will continue to read you the same way. Can’t miss an awesome blogger like you.
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  • J.Gi Federizo
    8 July 2016 at 4:26 pm

    They go back to you because your life stories and thoughts are interesting. I don’t really have lots of REAL followers in WordPress, but the advantage is you know who really like you if they keep coming back.
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  • Kirsty @ My Home Truths
    9 July 2016 at 6:27 pm

    I often feel the same. I have now moved more into a niche with my special needs parenting posts but if I don’t share them in facebook groups or join linkups, there is little traffic and no comments. I think engagement is far harder to maintain these days because there are so many other bloggers out there but also because there are increasing numbers of news, social media and niche sites that are vying for readers’ attention. I know that I can’t keep up with it all so I can only imagine that is the same for everyone else too. I hope you continue to blog for as long as it makes you happy and for as long as you have the passion to go on and have the words to share x
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  • Grace
    10 July 2016 at 3:34 pm

    I guess it all depends on how important is it for your blog to be read by many or how much of it is just for you. I gave up on the whole niche thing a long time ago. But I know I’m also very fortunate to host FYBF. Having said that, there’s a huge drop in link ups but there’s no point in letting that bother me. I just keep writing. And I still keep connecting.
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  • Uma
    13 July 2016 at 4:59 pm

    A question I always ask myself. It’s still a relevant question for me because I’m at that phase where I’m still lamenting the death of the blogroll era and personal, random posts. I’m looking for that niche area where I can contribute and engage readers fruitfully. I know for sure that if I don’t change with times, no one will miss me in the blogosphere and I’m coming to terms with that 🙂
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