Are we writing what we believe in or are we just writing for extra public exposure? The likes and shares are always welcomed, but because of that are we forgetting the real reason behind our writing?
My blog for example is about music, I like to write about music which is in my playlist and which I genuinely love to hear. At the moment this is the philosophy which is running my blog. But who knows, if I start getting more likes and comments I might start writing about mainstream music or the popular music. I might start writing about the music which people want to read but not the kind of music I like to listen. I really respect artists like Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, Meghan Trainor, Nicki Minaj, The Chainsmokers and many others, but I don’t like their music. And in future if writing about these kind of artists is the demand than I might supply that kind of content. But if I do that than the real purpose behind my writing journey will be lost.
So the question is… Is there a genuine cause behind our writing in today’s world? And who are we acttualy writing for? Blogger Val Boyko Looks Beyond the “Like” Button