Have you thought of why everyone just seem to be blogging even without any apparent reason and purpose? Everyone just have to say something even if their participation results to more questions rather than answers. Blogging is probably the best thing that ever happened to freedom of expression but is it actually the best for everyone?
Bloggers have been providing the online world with so much to talk about for the past years or so. Those who were part of the original batch must have done something right for blogging to be so popular and desired at the present time. Although its potentials in relation to earning income has been clearly established, not all blogs have been put up to earn. Many still use their blogs as an avenue for free expression with the earning factor just a pleasant bonus of pursuing something they will pursue just the same even without being paid.
The idea of publishing one’s work without the fear of rejection from established publishers is really quite attractive to any budding writer or at least someone who thinks he or she has something to offer to online readers. While the freedom provided by blogging has given us access to exceptional works and thoughts , it has also provided us with enough reasons to reconsider the almost absolute absence of rules in blogging due to the proliferation of written rubbish.
I believe that online searches will be so much more fun when sites or blogs which offer absolutely nothing is removed from the system. There will be more time to explore sites and blogs that offer real information, real insights, and real offers that will add over-all value to the online world. Many bloggers have gained power through the authority they command as provided by the extent of their audience reach. It would be such a waste not to use this avenue of freedom of expression for the good of many.