Social networking is something which let us find like minded people from all parts of the world who likes what we do and who are doing the same thing like us.
Social networking websites like Facebook, Twitter and Google plus gives us the opportunity to connect and share with the people on the earth, but have you ever thought of creating your own blog like a social networking blog in which you treat a post as a separate profile and your friends are commenting and sharing it who are trying to interact?, There are many advantages of treating a blog like a networking blog.
Let’s discuss about some advantages of treating a blog like a social networking blog. Do you know how much time are you spending on Facebook a day by reading, liking, sharing and commenting on peoples update? or how many hours a day are you spending on Twitter?, You can’t figure out the time you spend on these websites because these websites became a part of your life. But instead of wasting your time on Facebook and Twitter if you spend that time in your blog by adding more value to it, reading the comments and replying them and building a relationship with your readers than you can easily take your blog to the next level.
But please don’t take me wrong. I’m not saying to completely close social networking websites. I’m using social media websites for my blog promotion and some other personal reasons, but I’m not spending more than one hour on these websites.
Another reason of treating your blog as a social networking blog is the that if you treat your blog readers as a friend than soon these readers will become a loyal reader of your blog. They will subscribe and always visit your blog.
How to treat a blog like a social networking blog:
Commenting is the quickest way to make your blog a networking blog. If you reply to the comment of your reader in a friendly way than they’ll feel that they are among themselves.
You should give the people a community on your blog where they can share their views and ask their problems. Your main target should be giving a social networking experience to readers on your blog.
So what’s your views? Are you agree with me on we should spend our time on our blog instead of wasting it to social networking websites?