Yes, where did all those old favorite bloggers go? I usually delete blogs that are clearly no longer active, but it will be a sad day when I have to chop O Docker.
I must've barely made the cut with my mindless single photo of an oyster with a quick three sentence caption
Congratulations on your 8th anniversary, I'm not sure if it's just me but there seems to be less blogging going on these days -
I too wonder if there is less blogging going on. Maybe a combination of it being less of a novelty and other platforms such as twitter and instagram?
Congrats on the 8 years, JP! Quite an accomplishment.
There do seem to be fewer bloggers in the watery sports niche who post on a daily or near-daily basis than there used to be. I think you are right that other social media platforms have had an impact. JP and Bonnie are to be congratulated on keeping their blogs fresh and interesting and prolific for so long. Maybe a secret of their success is that they address a wide variety of topics as well as their "core" subjects.
I think going off topic a moderate amount helps keep a blog fresh, in particular if its for something like food and music that most people are interested in - and I'm not just saying that as I have two gig reviews to blog. The frequency of events makes some subjects easier to blog than others. So what's happening in the London especially Thames related is a busy topic, which helps create newsy stories. But that's nothing to a friend of mine who food "blogs" and there's always some new pop up restaurant or market stall to tweet or instagram about.
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