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Modern Blogging: Moral values

There are about more than 1.7 billion bloggers in the world and more and more are joining day by day, blogging has become a trend, a newspaper, diary, photo album, social media, cooking book, and quotation corner and review page. As more and more people are joining and pressure of old bloggers is gaining high, many bloggers have started posting news and information without any confirmation, just to make their blogs popular but it should be noted that a blog is always made by reputation not by posting superficial data. Bloggers see the blogging as a race, a race to make more visitors ad create some community but a wrong blog or uncertified data will not only demolish your web community but also make people dislike you in real life as Oscar Wilde said “Man is least himself when he talks in his own person. Give him a mask, and he will tell you the truth.” People since 2004 have started caring about both internet and of-net personalities and if you have a bad background in internet one, you will be rejected!

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The blogging influence can be checked by U.S President Barak Obama’s saying that “if the direction of the news is all blogosphere, all opinions, with no serious fact-checking, no serious attempts to put stories in context, then what you will end up getting is people shouting at each other across the void but not a lot of mutual understanding.”

 

Way to Write

If you want to create a good community and more visitors around your blog then try writing blogs in manner that person should feel like the blog is your own experience, writing blog in first person view will always return good comments and visitors.

Privacy Concerned

As blogging has gained popularity so is privacy concerned by people blogged about, it should be noted that expressing open opinions on blog can be dangerous, actually writing your opinion anywhere in written form can be unhealthy and person should express his opinion in a manner that is safe and sound.

Accuracy

The blogs written should be accurate and up to date because if wrong written blog is posted, even a small mistake can change meaning of whole news and it can be unhealthy, even the readers will make comments on wrong blog that frequently that would create problem to manage that one post and know that people won’t forget mistakes on internet for a long time.

Accountability

Blogging since past 4 years has rose from discussion to key of change, recent political changes in Middle East were led majorly by blogs and blogs played important role in the change. Blogs are getting more effective day by day and people rely on Bloggers information, so a blog can be used as accountability agent for organizations. There are many organizations that make their decisions on blog comments and blog provides people to express their opinion freely and anonymously, so they say whatever they have in mind freely.

 

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12 Responses to " Modern Blogging: Moral values "

  1. Sapna says:

    Hi Praveen,

    Great advice!

    I personally prefer to write my own opinions and experience. I infact try to raise my own concerns. I really don’t want to pretend like an expert when I’m not.

    I totally subscribe to your view point, If any data has to presented it has to supported by facts which I think many of the bloggers are overlooking, matter of concern though.

    Thanks for this great share. Have a great week ahead.

    Sapna
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  2. Philip from Residual Income says:

    Hi Praveen,

    Great article. I mostly try to write evergreen content on my own blog. Information that won’t become outdated and it will be actionable even if someone finds next week or next year.

    I also write from my own experience with the topics I choose, I think that’s important. There are a lot of people that rehash the same old information that’s out there and expect their blog to grow but that is not the case.

    Enjoy your weekend Praveen.Cheers.

    ~Philip
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  3. gazebo kits says:

    Accountability works best for me. You have to be responsible for every little thing that you write about. Blogging is not only all about passion, it’s not just something that you can write about whatever you want. It’s a trade. And the stronger your moral blogging values are, the more traffic and better reputation you’ll have

  4. Radu says:

    Hello Praveen,
    Indeed the blogging trend is rising and with them the opportunities to make profit as well. It’s true, that speaking your mind it can be dangerous sometimes but it’s a way of ease yourself.
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  5. Veronica from backyard makeovers says:

    Whatever you write about, you should definitely make sure that you own up to your work. Accountability matters a lot, and if you own up everything that you post on your site or blog by making them legitimate and good -quality, you’ll gain the trust of your audience even more.

  6. Calra from bali hut says:

    Voicing out one’s opinion has always been risky specially if it is about a very sensitive topic. It’s nice to hear that blogging has made a lot of changes in the world. Thanks for the article.

  7. used guns says:

    Blogging used to be a very personal thing — more like a journal used by people to talk about their views and opinions about day to day activities. It has truly evolved that it has become a very powerful tool to market and advertise products and services. And since more and more people are now relying on the information they get from online resources like blogs, bloggers should take more responsibility in what they write about. It shouldn’t always be for profit. Accurate, reliable, and thoroughly-researched articles/blogs are a must. Eventually, this will dictate your success in the online platform.

  8. Hi Praveen,
    You are very right with the points such as accuracy and accountability. I have noticed many a times, that blogger states facts and figures with such confidence that it appears that they may have indulged in a great level of research, but on checking the facts with other studies, the facts and figures just appear to be mere numbers. Thus blogging is a great responsibility, as you do not know how viral the post can become. Thanks for highlighting this issue through this post.

  9. Blogging never comes easy. One has to be responsible enough and must hold the accountability of whatever they are writing. With more and more people joining the blogging realm, things will surely get more competitive.

  10. cable ties says:

    I agree that freedom of sharing opinion is practically limited; I know few people who got abducted, killed, threatened for some public comments they made online.

  11. Nice article Praveen.

    I like the point accuracy and accountability. Absolutely agree that.
    I strongly believe blogging would make (Already doing) many impact globally down the line as similar as media. At social world this is the best way of sharing info and our personal view is crucial for great followers. Thanks.
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