Blogging in these days and times


I really want to discuss blogging after so many comments on my blog. In order to help others understand what I do, in my daily life of an artisan. After much reflection,these are the points that I find vital to a good blog, and increasing the number of followers may they be fellow bloggers,fellow artists or normal people that just want to be inspired:

  1. Be concise and to the point. So many blogs out there tend to be long and drawn out trying to cram a lot of information in a short or long entry….No drama or storytelling. Get your point across with the lowest word count possible. In these digital days, people are continually flipping from one thing to another and the problem with so much information. There is a growing lack of FOCUS. I switch to another blog due to too many words..BORING , to much BS out there that I do not need to look for it on the web.
  2. Try to inspire the creativity in others. Be humble and honest in your views but make your point. You do not need to convince everyone, but most of all you must convince yourself in relaying your message to others, whether they agree or not. BE YOURSELF when you write.
  3. If  you cannot say something nice, do not blog about it. Projecting a positive image of your creative process will bring you a positive following of like minded people. It’s about Karma, good writing and good vibes attract good people. One of the elements of blogging was to explain,in few words, what you’ve been up to…..There are many other platforms out there where you can vent your anger or frustration or opinions….Lately, there seem to be too many #twitter-twats and #blog-hogs that are trying to become personalities and reality stars than really saying anything, it’s more about creating and audience. Warhol’s 20 minutes of fame… You get my drift….
  4. This is a answer to a question that I am asked over and over again. I am a part-time blogger, I blog about my process and how I interact with the public, art lovers and patrons and possible followers. I do not do it full time, because I have enough to do when creating my art. I do not need other writers or interns to help me do this part of my business, I blog when I want or need to say something to all of  you that are waiting for my next entry in this online generation of creative processes.

I thank all of you that feel that what I am writing is inspiring .

My hope is that others will do the same.

This is my aim, we need more creative minds out there with different ways of thinking and doing.

To inspire as an Artistic Community, each with their own message and hoping that through the millions of blogs that are out there on the web; A community of the Creative Class will grow to inspire others in what we do and how we write about it.

Think about these points and the word that I have written, How do you think you can help our artistic community grow? THINK then WRITE…..all for now. Namaste