The Round up continues here and as always i would like to share my blog walking journey with you i visit a lot of blogs during my spare time some randomly and some i am led there after reading contents from site i visit very often. The blogging community is growing daily more and more blogs are popping up social networking websites are changing and the big players in the internet industry are snapping up the smaller ones and so on and so forth. As i travel along the web there are always some very interesting debate going on that grabs our attention.
One good thing about running a blog is that you can get all the statistic you want look at a site like Blog Copy need any information about which content interest your readers most blog copy is the bloggers’ secret weapon. Blog copy even allow you to integrate your account with FaceBook and twitter.
As a blogger i also from time to time writes guest post on other blogs but there is one blog that prides it self to be one of if not the largest multi-author blog popular know on the web as famous bloggers this is a blog that i contribute to as a guest author and maybe one if not the first to publish a guest post there titled “Famous Bloggers Club The Challenge!!! that was then.This is a website that i visited very often to keep updated and the discussion that is taking place now here i would like you to join me here with this discussion .
Content is not King.. Relationship is
This is the article of focus on famous bloggers written by Chase Brumfield of the Give Project a very well written article here is on insert from the original post Contrary to popular belief, blogging isn’t a newspaper or encyclopaedia and content IS NOT king anymore. At least not the content most people are describing when they use this phrase. What is king now?
If you want to build a sustainable blog, no matter the niche, you’ve got to build relationship. This throws people off because relationship, just like in the real world, takes time.
We all have our own personality. Whatever yours may look like, let it shine through. Speak from a position of “I” and to the reader as “you” and “us.” If you’re in a service industry or niche, tell people why you’re providing them with the information you’re providing; because you care about them and want to see them succeed. Then, and here’s the clincher, actually care and help them succeed.
There you have it guys read the full post here and decide for yourself . Now i challenge you to have your say is content still king or is Relation king my take on that is i understand the writers point of view but what is yours could it be that content is king but Relationship is the kings castle after all every King needs a castle have you say speak your mind.