A lot of bloggers worldwide have made incoming views to their blog a big deal (For them, it is all about the views).
Now, truthfully speaking, there are bloggers who could not give a damn about the number of incoming views that their blogs receive; if their blog acquires incoming views all is well and if their blog receives no views whatsoever, all is still well.
And, another thing to consider is that all bloggers are not interested in the same things.
So, without further ado, it is time for you and I to figure out this mystery together.
Views Mean A Lot For Some Bloggers
I knew of bloggers who stopped blogging because their blog received very few incoming views (They felt as though they were wasting their time and their energy behind their blog).
It is no huge secret, that there are bloggers who are motivated to blog when they have noticed that their blog has been receiving lots of incoming views (For them, it is an assurance that they are not blogging in vain).
For the record, there is nothing wrong with a blogger wanting their blog to receive a large number of incoming views.
The issue here is when they give up on blogging because the number of incoming views to their blog is way less than what they had expected.
All of the well-experienced bloggers agree that it takes time to build a viewing audience and that the number of incoming views to a blog is minuscule when a blogger is just starting out.
Therefore, bloggers who are new to blogging should ignore their blog’s statistics.
Because the extremely small number of incoming views to their blog may discourage them from carrying on further with their blog.
What I recommend is that they focus their attention on creating quality content for their viewing audience to peruse.
They should also have faith in themselves, faith in their ability to produce blog posts and possess the faith that their viewing audience will grow as time goes along.
Always remember, that giving up is easy and that it takes a person with a strong mind to persevere.
Having Fun Is The Main Priority For Some Bloggers
Personal bloggers are mostly the ones who like to have fun with the blogging process and their blogs (For them, having fun is more important than incoming views and if their blog acquires a large amount or a little number of incoming views, they will be grateful and continue on with filling their blog with blog posts that are fun for them to make).
By the way, it is imperative that bloggers have fun with the blogging process and their blogs.
And, why is that the case?
Because it is a known fact that people will neglect their blog if they are not having fun with it.
One of the best ways to have fun with your blog is to publish the type (or the types) of content that you are genuinely interested in.
Bloggers That Have Their Blogs Set To “Private” Have A Different Mindset
Bloggers who have their blogs set to Private could not have a care in the world about receiving a large number of incoming views. All they really care about is expressing themselves online privately.
These bloggers only allow a few of their friends, family members and their relatives private access to their blog posts.
You can think of it as they wanting to share the following things with their small inner circle of followers:
- Their vacation photos.
- Their unique family recipes.
- Their experiences with their beloved family.
- Their one of a kind arts and crafts.
At the moment, I have a small number of followers who have their blogs set to Private (I am cool with that because I respect their privacy).
There Are Bloggers Who Are Highly Skeptical About Incoming Views
Yes, my friend, it is true. There are bloggers who are highly skeptical about incoming views.
And, what is the reason behind their skepticism?
They are highly skeptical about incoming views because they are unable to fathom what percentage of them are from real people and what percentage of them are from bots.
To be honest, I have wondered about the same thing.
Incoming views from real people matter.
Whereas, incoming views from bots are meaningless.
As you have learned:
- Incoming views mean the world to some bloggers.
- Some bloggers have prioritized fun over incoming views to their blogs.
- Bloggers that have set their blogs to Private are not at all interested in receiving a large number of incoming views to their blogs.
- There are bloggers who are highly skeptical about incoming views to their blogs because they are unable to differentiate those from real people and bots.
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Thank you so kindly for reading and I look forward to seeing you here on Renard’s World in the near future.