Answer by jwire4 · Oct 25, 2011 at 10:03 PM
I certainly wouldn't say that blogging is at its climax it one had in the beginning of the "Web 2.0" era, but I wouldn't say you shouldn't still blog. I think one of the struggles bloggers have, including myself, is getting to the point where we don't know we exactly fit in, and what we should write about. I still continue to keep my "blog". I post my personal thoughts, an coverage of tech stories, but I am stuck in this rut of not knowing wether to jump into being a tech blog with a small team covering tech, or just to keep it at my thoughts and not try to make it some big production.
You can blog for free, and if you enjoy writing, then why not write about your thoughts and share them with others?
Answer by bharatkumargupta · Oct 25, 2011 at 05:21 PM
it is dead, literally! unless u develop something that will act as an archive to ur audience, solid, really pro content...
because of abundant of tech junk out there, we are seeing this day, and it also effected serious professionals into serious fields whose audience is swayed away to "easy stuff", remember the easy stuff is always short sighted, and this was the wave these so called tech bloggers surfed onto and made blogging lifeless...
blogging is meant for serious content, very very professional folks, in my industry which is design n cg people work so hard, but our community is not as large as this tech community, and in tech community even a kid can start a blog n podcast easy stuff n people listen, then along with that kid's amateur blog other people also get effected who might be writing damn good stuff...anyways this is my view
i always advocate working honestly and hard and for quality it will come back to u if u got something interesting tos ay