Hello blog readers! This is still Joseph Cohen trying to be helpful!
Sooo, blogger huh? The most awesome thing that the internet has done, apart from allowing us to enjoy the heaven-sent power of them search engines, is to create opportunities for everyone to become who they’ve always wanted to be. Take Youtube sensations for example: Michelle Phan was just an ordinary makeup-obsessed girl who loved to make tutorials about make-ups but is now enjoying an awesome cult following and lucrative product endorsements; PSY became a world sensation from being just South Korea’s favorite funny singer; and how could we forget to include Justin Beiber? Justin Timberlake found him on Youtube and now he’s one of today’s biggest names in pop culture.
The internet has the same effect for bloggers. The blogosphere has opened an entire world of opportunities for everyone – from fashionistas to tech savvy dudes to sports addicts and to fetishists. Anyone can be someone on the internet with a simple blog page! You can post about anything you want and make a name for yourself in it if you play your internet cards right.
Because there’s hardly any censoring done on the internet, it’s so easy to write just about anything. And I mean just about anything. Unfortunately, some bloggers are using this almost infinite freedom of the internet to write bad stuff. Others, they just write stupid stuff – not that it’s any better though. And for many male bloggers, they are guilty of making posts that turn women off. Wanna find out what they are?
What male bloggers do that turn women off
But wait, I go to this website for dating advice (it’s good) you may want to see it for additional help. And now! Here are 5 things male bloggers do that turn women off:
1. Making sexist remarks. There is no excuse for being sexist. But blogging about it makes it more ‘official’ and more memorable – the internet has as great memory you know. So if you’ve made a post about how women should stay more often in the kitchen to make sandwiches for the men, or that women will never be good in electronics, or you made a nasty sexually laced remark about a woman in your post, trust me you’ll never get any likes or visits from women anytime soon – neither on your page nor in real life.
2. Posting unflattering photos of yourself. This is only forgivable, I think, if you are a comic blogger and your blog is intended to be funny and make fun of yourself. Otherwise, it will just turn women off, especially if it comes with a self-deprecating man-drama post or caption.
3. If you insult rather than critique someone or something on your blog. Whether you’re a movie buff or a foodie running a blog of the same theme, you have to know that there’s a world of difference between a classy critique and plain, uneducated insult masking itself as a blog. Criticism, especially in a supposedly serious and professional blog, should not use deprecating words, let alone foul ones. So be careful about your so-called ‘reviews’.
4. Posting offensive stuff and talking about it in an offensive manner. So some celebrity and his girlfriend are on hot seat now after their sex video leak. Maybe two equally infamous celebrities were caught in a brawl. While that and your blog status sort of allows you to voice out your opinion on the matter, it does not give you any right to talk about the issue in a bad, insulting and degrading manner or use violent and inflammatory words. That’s just gross and low.
5. Getting in a word fight with your commenters. If you’ve got quite a following on your blog and you end up with a bad commenter (aka the kind that insults you and starts a word war for what you posted about), it can be easily into a wicked unintelligent banter and exchange of insults with that commenter. But is that an intelligent move? Does that make your other readers respect you? Always, always practice discretion especially in dealing with comments!
Reader Kyle Thompson (KThomp@gmail.com) asked me: “Joseph so are you saying that I should just ignore insulting comments?”
Not necessarily Kyle. YOu are expected to reply in a calm, respectful and rational manner to your blog readers’comments. That does not preclude pointing out their comments are below the belt, or, in really bad cases, removing their comments for being offensive to you and your audience.
I hope this post helps those of you who have your own blogs.
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