Why Blogs Are Important In 2019

Why Blogs Are Important In 2019

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Are you looking for why blogs are important in 2019 but you are confused then you are here at the right place this article will help you a lot to clarify your all confusion.

Over the years you hear less, and less about blogs. In fact when was the last time you heard about a blogger release breaking news of a major scandal?

The days of The Drudge Report are coming to an end. The only good thing about stuff like this is that Perez Hilton is also coming to an end…

“So If They Are Coming To An End Tell Me Why Blogs Are Important Caden?”

I Will.

Yes, blogs don’t get the attention they used too, and they aren’t as influential anymore. That’s why they’re taking on a whole new importance: Therapy.

While many people Vent of Social Media, even more people are showing their inner-true self in a blog. This is because that Them they show in a blog is less likely to be seen by Friends, and Family. It’s a more secure place.


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The Blogosphere has really (In some parts) become a major Therapy Zone, where people share their Dreams, Poetry, Love, Worldview, and inner-feelings.

Why?

Because other bloggers Relate. So they Like posts like that, and sometimes even leave encouraging comments. And people know this.

That’s why blogs have become more Touchy-Feely in recent years. They’ve become a source of therapy for hundreda of thousands of people. That’s why blogs are important.

I think now your all confusion is clear about that why blogs are important in 2019 if you have still any question you can ask in the comments box below.

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8 thoughts on “Why Blogs Are Important In 2019

  1. Thanks for this post. Sometimes as a blogger I feel like I’m just screaming out to the abyss without reason. But you’re right. Maybe someone has read my writing and been helped by it. We can only keep writing in hopes that it will.

  2. you captured it beautifully. It’s therapy. And we can reveal that part of ourselves that our families and friends may find uncomfortable – that we are human, with likes, dislikes and passions and problems that others have. Bloggers give voice to that. And leave all the spewing of discontent or drivel to the ones whose whole persona is shallow…

    1. Pooja is the Editor-In-chief of Lifesfinewhine.com the site which this post was published on. I (Caden738) am the Editor-in-chief of theh2digroup.com, and Darkleigh.com

      Though I am a Frequent publisher, and contributor on Pooja’s blog our sites Lifesfinewhine.com theh2digroup.com and Darkleigh.com are not all intertwined, and connected/under the same ownership.

      I hope I cleared the issue up! 🙂

  3. I agree with all these points – I find blogging far preferable to any other social media platform where people are becoming either beige because they don’t want to stick out or ill mannered (twitter) because they don’t care, are anonymous or so want to stick out. Blogs are where the real soul conversations happen and th are why I enjoy them so much.

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