Here’s Why I Think The Death Of Blogging Has Been Greatly Exaggerated!
Many of you will like me have read Ryan Deiss’s commentary on the Death Of Blogging yesterday, it was an interesting read and in part he has a point, there is a lot of poor content out there and it’s easy to get contaminated by what’s going on around you but the reasoning was also cloaking a secondary motive which we’ll come to later
He reasoned that we had to remember to visit these sites and that maybe it would just be easier to e mail thre whole content of a post rather than asking somebody to visit a site, giving that reasoning the Death Of Blogging may be coming but then so is Christmas and we have that once a year if my memory serves me well
For me that reasoning doesn’t really add up, I have the BBC F1 site on in the background as I write this to get testing times from Barcelona, having to make that choice is easy and I want to do it, countless millions are not interested in F1 and they won’t again their choice, so the Death Of Blogging is perhaps more than up for debate
I personally have a love hate relationship with Ryan, at times he produces great content and shares it, sadly at other times he gets involved with our favorite bottom feeding digital network peddling newbie traps, he has his own reason for wanting to see the Death Of Blogging but I suspect it’s end is not yet even on the horizon let alone in site
Is The Death Of Blogging Likely?
So is the Death Of Blogging likely anytime soon? I think the answer is probably no but nothing lasts forever, as long as Google loves wordpress then blogging will thrive, people are quite able to decide what is a good quality site and one that is scrapped up content plastered with adsense hmm!
What was Ryan’s real motive for suggesting the Death Of Blogging then? well it was simple really, he want’s to convert his subscribers into paying newsletter customers, presumably because his conversion rates are dropping due to his going into the newbie trap market, so it’s more about the death of standards than the Death Of Blogging
And standards become more important in a paid model, expectations rise we demand quality, I suspect that’s the real reason behind the massive level of disaffection to the whole crowd of newbie trap peddlers and the huge unsubscribe rate I know they are suffering, go back to what you do best guys and the Death Of Blogging fades away like mist on a spring morning
Like all of you I have certain blogs that I read on a regular basis, I would go as far as to say that a couple of them educate me every time I go and I always end up on other posts finding out more, the art of a good site or blog is to hold your attention, at this point you are choosing to buy not being sold
So The Death Of Blogging Has Been Greatly Exaggerated
So if the Death Of Blogging has been greatly exaggerated what resources can you use to improve your Blogging? First off make the most of your Mastermind Group the power of many minds is always better than one, our Smart Marketing Warriors group meets up in London tomorrow and I always get a lot out of the day
With this guys support your Blog Success is pretty much guaranteed, his free content is better than a lot of paid stuff and the community of support is great, the Death Of Blogging is way on the horizon with this man supporting the development of new bloggers
Lastly but by no means least I would recommend you take a look at David Risley, this guy walks his talk his Blog Masters club is a great program and again his free products contain a lot of information, his style is very straight talking so if you’re a delicate type it may not suit but another example of the Death Of Blogging being greatly exaggerated
As always at this point I turn to you guys, do you think Ryan had a point or do you like me think he was just using it as an interesting preamble to sell people into his paid content, let’s hope it was the latter and that this isn’t the Death Of Blogging?