As I was doing some research the other day, I came up on an article that had been written about the subject in question. I thought I would surf on over and check it out and I actually made comment as to the content. It was close to dinner time so off I went to hunt and gather. Enter the Bloggers Nemesis – The Editor.
The Editors Take
While away from my desk the powers that be read over my interactions with the aforementioned Blog and the fur started to fly. After careful examination of ALL content on the site as well as a dozen or so SEO parameters, I was told that I was wasting my time ……. time I didn’t have to waste. The Editor slowly dissolving into the background of domestic static.
After careful examination I came to the conclusion that she was right, actually I had been mulling the idea over or rather turning the idea over in my mind’s eye and had come to an unconscious assumption that maybe this was not a good idea leaving a trail of bread crumbs for the disenfranchised ( I just love this writing part of Blogging ).
The Moral Of The Story Take
OK, enough of the rhetoric. Sometimes I think I should have been a novelist instead of a Blogger. My point being for newbies and old salt alike (there I go again) is this – you need to be cautious of who you visit and who you attract to your Blog that could very well possibly leave comments that are nothing short of trash. In the beginning I’m not so sure you need to be concerned about this. However, as you establish yourself among the top Bloggers of the world, you should proceed with caution with who you interact with and attract to your Blog.
Keeping your quality standards high will benefit all involved in the long run!