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Keep It Real By Writing About The Things That You Love

Keep It Real By Writing About The Things That You Love

From day one on Renard’s World, I always wrote the type of material that I loved and I published it on my blog (I am allowed to do that because my blog revolves around content that is of a miscellaneous nature).

We personal bloggers are so lucky because we can write and publish anything that we want.

Hey, no offence to those of you who have chosen a niche. I will admit that dealing specifically with a niche has its advantages ― letting Google, Bing and all of the other search engines know what your blog is based on (This is most ideal if your blog is a professional [a business-related] one).

Anyway, I will continue to keep it real by writing and publishing the things that I love.

What about you? Are you willing to do the same?

I Am Way More Than A Person Who Publishes Blogging Advice

Approximately two years ago, a blogger did a short tribute to me; he mentioned that my blog was all about blogging advice (It was really nice of him to do a small tribute to me, but I was surprised that he did not know that my blog was one that dealt with miscellaneous content).

Okay, I will accept part of the blame, because the majority of the blog posts on Renard’s World are actually based on blogging advice.

When I first started this blog, I wanted to give back to the blogging community; my way of doing that was by providing newcomers to blogging with the type of knowledge that would make blogging, on the whole, easier for them.

The funny thing is that I always published other types of blog posts; such as:

  • Movie reviews.
  • Information about Linux.
  • Information pertaining to health.
  • Social media-related content.

It surely looks as though people will remember me for what I became famous for ― blogging advice.

In a past blog post, I mentioned to my audience that blogging advice is the quickest and the easiest thing for me to write (And, that is mainly because I have been blogging since 2008).

On a positive note, I do enjoy creating content that is based on blogging advice (So, that is more of like a plus for me).

I Do Not Have To Worry About Censorship

The things that I blog about do not warrant censorship (So, where I am concerned, I might as well count my blessing).

The God’s/Goddess’s truth is that bloggers here on should not have to worry about censorship (Unless they knowingly [or unknowingly] violate’s Terms of Service).

It has been brought to my attention by other bloggers that they were censored by for publishing blog posts that were based on religion and politics (Which, in my opinion, is most interesting because I do not see it as a violation of’s Terms of Service).

Ironically, claimed that they do not censor blog posts.

If is telling the truth, it would mean that there is some intelligence agency that is involved in the censorship and is being wrongfully blamed or the intelligence agency that is responsible for the censorship has a backdoor into

There are lots of people who do not fear censorship and they are publishing the types of blog posts that are based on what is really going on in the world (Those types of bloggers are keeping it real).

I Keep It Real By Publishing What I Want When I Want

As I have pinpointed earlier on, I have many interests; many of which go beyond blogging advice.

Publishing what I want when I want is my way of being authentic.

I am 100% unapologetic about the things that I publish here on Renard’s World.

Besides, it makes no sense to apologize to any reader or group of people for publishing the types of content that I truly love.

As a matter of fact, every blogger on the face of the Earth should be authentic.

The Bottom Line

I will continue to keep it real by publishing the types of blog posts that I am sincerely interested in; I do not care if they will be perceived as being popular or unpopular (All I care about is being authentic).

I would like to state for the record, that being authentic can rub some people the wrong way (Especially those of you that publish blog posts that revolve around politics and religion).

If you believe that you are being wrongfully censored here on, take up your censorship issue with a Happiness Engineer and if that fails, get a lawyer.

On a positive note, many of us can continue to keep it real by posting what we want when we want without facing the wrath of the censorship lords.


19 thoughts on “Keep It Real By Writing About The Things That You Love

  1. I wonder if what people are perceiving as censorship may have nothing to do with what’s on their blog and instead be a consequence of the blogger violating the terms of service related to spammy behaviour in the Reader. If WordPress was actually censoring, it seems likely that they would remove content from the site itself, not just make it harder to see in the Reader.

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    1. 🙂 You have raised a valuable point, Ashley.

      I believe that some of the so-called censorship taking place may have a lot to do with what you have just mentioned.

      If one is engaging in spammy behaviour, one will suffer the consequences of engaging in spammy behaviour.

      Thank you for sharing your enlightened point of view.

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  2. Awesome post.

    Been worrying these past days thanks to so many “blogging is dying” news content that the AI on the net is pushing to me. It’s like someone configured the AI or algorithm to go full-blown a**shole to anyone who wants to venture into this online career path.

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