Exploring Why We Blog

By Kathy Sullivan, CWCC Member

In recent forays through the blogosphere to unearth answers as to why folks blog (and the plethora of ways in which they go about it) I found a treasure trove of thought, intellectual stimulation, and fabulous ideas. Most compelling though, is the simplicity with which the ideas are conferred to the reader – typically and seemingly intentionally brief so as to delight and inform, but not overwhelm or intimidate. The ages-old adage ‘take what you need and leave the rest’ at virtual play.

Blogs are an effective stepping off point into the challenging yet exhilarating realm of don’t know what we don’t know, a forum for teachers, students, inspireres and the inspired to share their thoughts and ideas so as to provoke us into doing the same. A snippet of fun or jolt of creativity or source of who-knows-what.

And so Six Degrees Studio’s blog speaks to the interconnectedness of life each of us experiences every day in ways that are often undefined and inexplicable, yet we know exist.

What will you blog about?

Kathy Sullivan is President of Six Degrees Studio, a thriving website development studio that offers a different kind of web development experience. Kathy writes and muses often on marketing, branding, strategy, and all things web. www.sixdegreesstudio.com  303.246.4052

2 responses to “Exploring Why We Blog

  1. Kristin Brænne

    Stay excellent! ★

  2. This is very interesting, You’re a very skilled blogger. I have joined your feed and look forward to seeking more of your wonderful post. Also, I have shared your site in my social networks!

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