#AtoZchallenge The Future Of Modern Blogging

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The team decided our theme for this month’s posts here would be a take “2020 visions of blogging.” This set of weekday posts focuses on:

Blogging Hopes and Dreams for the Future

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Blogging Hopes and Dreams for the Future

Maybe modern blogs will be more focused on ads. I believe that people who blog about their passion will outlast any and every blog that is mainly “in it for the money.” Search engines and algorithms aren’t great at factoring passion… yet.

Here we have someone typing on a screen made of projected light. Maybe her blog is about her passion for robot meerkats, the pet of the future. And yeah, she probably has an affiliate link one can click to buy virtual treats for that pet. But will the company making the robot meerkat have a blog with regular content?

We’re always more interested in the passions of people around us. We want to feel motivated by each other. So, yes, I’m excited for the technology side, but mostly I’m interested in a future of blogs filled with enthusiasm about whatever subject matters most to the blogger. And, hopefully, we’ll still be around, doing a month-long blog hop to visit as many of those as possible.

ryrob.com/blogging-statistics Check that out for interesting blogging stats.

What technological advance related to blogging are you most looking forward to in the future?

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Author: John Holton

Internet disc jockey, lover of old TV (especially the commercials), inveterate wise guy.

2 thoughts on “#AtoZchallenge The Future Of Modern Blogging”

  1. It would be interesting to have an interactive video feature on blogs, like a videocast type of thing. I have limited interaction with podcasts, but I think you’ll see more of them attached to blogs in the future. I don’t listen to them as I can read so much faster than a person can talk.

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