Why Blogs Fail

I find that many blogs are abandoned due to various reasons. Started with much enthusiasm, as blogging is becoming popular, the truth is that almost 54% of bloggers lose interest in taking the blog forward. Let’s face it, blogging is quite challenging! Starting a blog is relatively easier, but to keep the momentum and passion alive to actively network with people is challenging. Some of … Continue reading Why Blogs Fail

The Future of Blogging

The digital world is gravitating towards an unknown future. With so many blogs on various platforms, there is no dearth of content, but there is more pouring in every second. Not only written, but the emergence of vlogs are also becoming popular on YouTube. This is how blogs are transforming, and taking a course of popularity with such innovations. Earlier blogs had readers, now they … Continue reading The Future of Blogging

The Relevance of Literature and its Progress

As brains are being reconfigured in the digital age, we have to ask the relevant question whether the reading habit is being altered too. It is possible, with the huge amount of content that is available with a habitual click and scroll, there seems to be a long-winding trail of content available for reading. Well, how much of reading or scanning that occurs can be … Continue reading The Relevance of Literature and its Progress

Blogging and Knowledge

Undermining the efforts of blogging platform by putting the entire endeavour into a narrow Social Media category is disconcerting. It’s an attempt to curtail the scope of essaying in-depth narratives where writers put in a lot of effort in terms of research and creativity (not measurable by algorithms). There are so many wonderful writers and authors presenting articles which are worth reading, but unfortunately, due … Continue reading Blogging and Knowledge

Writing Is…

A writer decides what writing is; sometimes undefined, they are natural flow of feelings. A journey with, words without restraint; worrying less about their intentions, because they come from the heart. A reader does not define the course of writing, but goes with the flow and immerses in those rich feelings resonating from the pages. A writer wouldn’t be true to the soul if truths … Continue reading Writing Is…

Monosyllables and Other Conversations

Leaving incoherent comments such as- ‘Indeed’, ‘Wow’, ‘Fabulous’, ‘I See’, or even going further to comment with various ‘Emojis’ (without a word before or after that) do not express any complete meaning and I have a serious inability in processing such frivolities or engaging with incomplete thoughts. I am no mind-reader, so those comments vanish into the world of oblivion as they do not add … Continue reading Monosyllables and Other Conversations