|Have you created relationships with other bloggers or readers of your blog?
Absolutely! I've met so many remarkable people since I started blogging and have made some really great, deep, personal connections with women from around the world.
Blogging is an amazing vehicle for finding other people with similar interests, joys, sorrows and challenges as you, no matter who you are or what you believe in.
Definitely! When I began blogging the only other history blogs I knew of were academic, but when I began receiving comments--and definitely when Twitter became popular--I built up a wonderful network of interesting readers, writers, and fellow history bloggers.
We do keep in regular contact with opther bloggers. We help one another by sharing the news and links. We also do respond to our readers and keep in contact with the regular visitors.
Yes, I have no more than 10 readers on rss feed, more directly on the blog, almost 500 followers on twitter and 88 friends on facebook. These persons often are the same on 2 or more networks. And of course I met a part of them in real life.
By posting on Facebook, I have been able to network with others.
Of course I have :) I talk to other bloggers of Charlie very often :) And on twitter, I talk to a lot of people who visit my site regularly :)
Absolutely! There are many, many other bloggers that I talk to on a regular basis. Some of the authors that I have gotten to know have also become my great friends. The book blogging community is just so welcoming and everyone is always there to help out their neighbor.
Not yet, but would love to ..like I said this blog is fairly new
We don't have that much followers yet but yes, we have created relationships with other bloggers & readers. The man behind www.guycouture.com is a friend of ours and we chat every now & then.
YES! Bloggers/website admins for The Vampire Diaries is a close community, I've made some very good friends with other website owners and bloggers.
Yes, I have had some interest from The Economist's Eastern Approaches blog, I have been published in Johnson's Russia List (although I have a feeling they find me too critical about Russia for their taste). I have had somewhat more of a rougher ride from other bloggers (although I have found the criticism extremely stimulating to more, and better quality work). I welcome criticism when there is some empirical merit to it.
Definitely. I have read and commented on their blogs, followed them on Twitter and am meeting a bunch of them soon at a conference.
yes i have,i've discovered fellow bloggers like Nancie Mwai who's amazing at her work,she's an inspiration,am still meeting more bloggers.
For my readers,its even more interesting because they ask me to accompany them while shopping,its a great experience
you can say so. It's weird but also fun to think that it's your thoughts you're posting for the world to see and then realizing that your not alone. That's why it's so great because you can be feeling so alone and then you have comments and realize that many of your readers and bloggers feel the same way, so you don't feel so alone anymore.
We have--and Twitter seems to be the go-to for that.
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