What to Blog?

By Ley
@dsw313 (321)
Philippines
August 12, 2012 6:50pm CST
I am a new blogger, and I am not an expert. It is just a personal journal for me, to share my thoughts, experiences, etc.. can someone give me some ideas on what to blog that will be interesting also for readers?
6 responses
• Philippines
13 Aug 12
Same question here. I hope our veteran bloggers/myLotters can help us here.
@dsw313 (321)
• Philippines
13 Aug 12
yeah, hope so :)
• Singapore
14 Aug 12
I am not veteran, but I find reading helpful and going outside even as simple as walking around the neighborhood it gives me inspiration. In short you can blog even the tsismis you get and make it your own valuable story. :) just an idea
@chum24 (570)
• Philippines
17 Sep 12
hi..!!! im not fun of blogger. but some say it is nice to have a blogger in your own.
• Philippines
16 Sep 12
I have a blog too but i really can;t share it because it's a personal one and I have some of my pictures there. Haha! I suggest you write what happened during the day especially the highlights. That's what I do. Or if you want, you can try focusing on one of your interests. Say .... fashion? or maybe food? Anything that you like! Even personal happenings of your life interest readers. I also read other personal posts from randomm bloggers by bloghopping. Haha! Happy mylotting!
@soraya452 (127)
16 Sep 12
Blog about what interests you, whatever that may be. I'm a writer so I post my articles on my blog. If you really can't think of anything then write about your daily life. Things that have made you happy/excited/angry ect. Good luck x
@tepz08 (9)
• Philippines
14 Aug 12
I'm not really an expert blogger, but I want to share some insights. What I found out is that we shouldn't really be blogging purely about personal stuff (and think twice about uploading a photo in the web because you might be giving cyber bullies access to them). People follows a blog because they find it informational and interesting. Maybe you can blog about a hobby or something you are passionate about (e.g. If you're a Korean fanatic, you can talk about Korean dramas, fashion, food, travel, etc.) That way, you will always be motivated to write and learn more about it, then share it to your readers. Also, sticking to that one topic, you'll be more likely to be searched for and found by those who share the same hobby. I hope this gives you some idea.
• Philippines
13 Aug 12
Same question here. I hope our veteran bloggers/myLotters can help us here.