Blogging Insights # 58 — Family and Friends

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TODAY’S QUESTIONS:

How supportive are your family(or friends) of your blog? I think that most people, friends and family, support my blogging. I appreciate when people make some acknowledgement that they have read something. I sometimes see that someone “likes” a post that has gone directly to Facebook or one of the other sites, and I am surprised that it was read or seen. I do know there are a handful of friends and family that never check out my blog and that bothers me a little because I feel like they don’t really care to look. But, that being said, I don’t know how often I would even expect someone to check it out. If they aren’t interested, then I understand that.

Do they do anything to help with your blogging efforts? I don’t think that I really ask for any help. Once in a while I will appreciate someone sharing something that I hadn’t expected.

Do they read your work and offer a critique, if so, how do you react to it? I know that David reads most of my blogging. He doesn’t really critique as much as just lets me know which posts he really liked. If I make any errors he will gently let me know. I love feedback. I also don’t blog to impress anyone so I don’t necessarily worry about what other people think.

©2020 CBialczak

9 thoughts on “Blogging Insights # 58 — Family and Friends

  1. Great post! My husband is my number one supporter. He reads my blogs and critiques on what I can improve on. Which I really appreciate. I am not really open with family about my blog or friends for that matter. I have mentioned it to a few friends but no mention of what the blog is called, etc.

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