Here is a collection of the best blogging quotes around the web.

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Best Blogging Quotes Of All Time

I collected some of the best quotes about blogging that can inspire you.

“You can buy attention (advertising). You can beg for attention from the media (PR). You can bug people one at a time to get attention (sales). Or you can earn attention by creating something interesting and valuable and then publishing it online for free.”

David Meerman Scott

“Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field.” – Penelope Trunk

“Conversation is king. Content is just something to talk about.” – Cory Doctorow

“My informal writing style is a political choice, because I want feminism to be more accessible.” – Jessica Valenti

“Blogging is a great way to show your talents and interests to prospective employers, while adding an edge to your resume. If you blog consistently it shows your dedication, passions and creativity – all of which are key attributes employers look for in job candidates.” – Lauren Conrad

“The best time to act on this was decades ago. The second best time is now.” – David Brin

“Sometimes I think of blogging as finger exercises for a violinist; sometimes I think of it as mulching a garden. It is incredibly useful and helpful to my “real” writing.” – Kate Christensen

“Don’t say anything online that you wouldn’t want plastered on a billboard with your face on it.” – Erin Bury

“The first thing you learn when you’re blogging is that people are one click away from leaving you. So you’ve got to get to the point, you can’t waste people’s time, you’ve got to give them some value for their limited attention span.” – Alex Tabarrok

“The first step in blogging is not writing them but reading them.” – Jeff Jarvis

“Every time you post something online, you have a choice. You can either make it something that adds to the happiness levels in the world—or you can make it something that takes away.” – Zoe Sugg

Motivational Blogging Quotes

I will share with you these awesome motivating quotes about blogging.

“Don’t focus on having a great blog. Focus on producing a blog that’s great for your readers.” – Brian Clark

“Blogging is a conversation, not a code.” – Mike Butcher

“Blogging is like work, but without coworkers thwarting you at every turn.” – Scott Adams

“A blog is only as interesting as the interest shown in others.” – Lee Odden

“The casual conversational tone of a blog is what makes it particularly dangerous” – Daniel B. Beaulieu

“Not only are bloggers suckers for the remarkable, so are the people who read blogs.” – Seth Godin

“Where the Internet is about availability of information, blogging is about making information creation available to anyone.” – George Siemens

“I think of us as journalists; the medium we work in is blogging.” – Joshua Micah Marshall

“There are tons of different factors that go into ranking well, but the biggest is high-quality content.” – David Sinick

“Blogging is hard because of the grind required to stay interesting and relevant.” – Sufia Tippu

“If you want to continually grow your blog, you need to learn to blog on a consistent basis.” – Neil Patel

“You can work quite hard, in particular online, and do quite well independently, but if you really want to grow you need points of leverage and most of them come from knowing people.” – Yaro Starak

“Blogging is just writing — writing using a particularly efficient type of publishing technology.” – Simon Dumenco

“Blogging is a communications mechanism handed to us by the long tail of the Internet.” – Tom Foremski

“Blogs are whatever we make them. Defining ‘Blog’ is a fool’s errand.” – Michael Conniff

“The first thing you need to decide when you build your blog is what you want to accomplish with it, and what it can do if successful.” – Ron Dawson

“Don’t try to plan everything out to the very last detail. I’m a big believer in just getting it out there: create a minimal viable product or website, launch it, and get feedback.” – Neil Patel

“If you love writing or making music or blogging or any sort of performing art, then do it. Do it with everything you’ve got. Just don’t plan on using it as a shortcut to making a living.” – Seth Godin

“Selling to people through social media is like going to a party, meeting somebody for the first time, and then saying, “Hey, do you want to buy this Tupperware?” – Pat Flynn

“Social media is not a fad because it’s human.” – Gary Vaynerchuk

“Successful blogging is not about one time hits. It’s about building a loyal following over time.” – David Aston

“There’s a lot of information out there for free, so you’ve got to figure out what makes your information different.” – Matt Wolfe

“What you do after you create your content is what truly counts.” – Gary Vaynerchuk

“The term ‘Professional Blogger’ is no longer an oxymoron.”- Luke Langford

“Blogging is not a business by itself. It is only a promotional platform.” – David Risley

“It should feel genuinely good to earn income from your blog – you should be driven by a healthy ambition to succeed. If your blog provides genuine value, you fully deserve to earn income from it.” – Steve Pavlina

“Successful people don’t spam.” – Adrienne Smith

“In truth, the real opportunities for building authority and buzz through social media have only just begun. You simply have to look and see where things are going instead of where they’ve been.” – Brian Clark

“Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field.” – Penelope Trunk

“The Internet has no eraser.” – Liz Strauss

“There are no lines in the sand in the blogosphere except for those who draw those lines in an effort to get attention.” – David Risley

“If you accept all the praise, you have to accept all the critics.” – Chris Brogan

Blogging Quotes from Famous Bloggers and Entrepreneurs

Here is my collection of the best blogging quotes from various bloggers and entrepreneurs.

“Failure isn’t final until you quit.” – Michael Hyatt

“A blog is a great way to figure out what you want to do with yourself because writing regularly is a path to self-discovery.” – Penelope Trunk

“Everything comes back to learning about people, figuring out what makes them tick and then using your understanding of their psychology to present your offer as the best tailored solution for them.” – Yaro Starak

“Want more shares for your blog posts? Study what makes ideas spread. Shares will follow.” – John Corcoran

“Your writing is the instruction manual for assembling ideas in your reader’s mind.” – Glen Long

“It can be pretty rough out there for bloggers who think small. You’ve got to think – and play – big if you want to make a larger footprint these days.” – David Risley

“If you’re not building your email list, you’re an idiot.” – Derek Halpern

“We grow and change every day and every year and every decade, but we have the option of choosing HOW we grow and in what ways we change.” – Nathan Hanson

“If you start with nothing and end up with nothing, there’s nothing lost.” – Michael Dunlop

“Your story needs to move people’s spirits and build their goodwill, so that when you finally do ask them to buy from you, they feel like you’ve given them so much it would be almost rude to refuse.” – Gary Vaynerchuk

“First tip for having a Google Friendly Blog? High quality content.” Jason Mathes

“If you think monetizing your site is wonderful, fine. If you think it’s evil, fine. But make up your mind before you seriously consider starting down this path. If you want to succeed, you must be congruent.” – Steve Pavlina

“If you approach (blogging) having a me me me attitude you will fail miserably.” – Adrienne Smith

“It only takes one amazing post to push your blog past the tipping point.” – Matt Wolfe

“The real problem behind self-promotion is that lots of newbie marketers simply don’t know when they’ve gone too far.” – Daniel Sharkov

“Print out some of your stuff and cozy up with it for a while. You might be surprised by your own writing, find a few things you can improve upon and renew your excitement for blogging.” – Kathy Frederick

“The thing about all successful people is, they all started somewhere. They didn’t just wake up one morning with an international clothing company, or a graphic design firm, or a famous cupcake shop, or a blog with 50,000 readers. So make a list: What’s ONE thing I can accomplish today that will take me one step closer to my goal? Then do that one thing. Then another thing. Then another. It’s all about the baby steps.” – Angi Clark

“How seemingly literate people still don’t know when to use YOU’RE instead of YOUR is appalling.” – Jenny Weber

“I’m a big believer in sharing my failures as well as my successes, so (readers) know what works and what doesn’t.” – Kerry Russell

“By neglecting to communicate with the rest of the non English-speaking world, you’re costing yourself a mountain of money.” – Uttoran Sen

“You need to organize your content in a clear and easy-to-read format to keep your readers engaged, regardless of its length.” – Pauline Cabrera

“I always thought it was a given that the more content your site had about a specific topic, the better the top ranking potential.” – Al Remetch

“Social media is a phenomenal tool for building your audience, connecting with new people, and growing your business but it will only work when you are consistently present, engaging with your audience, and giving them content they will love.” – Joan Harrington

“Tell a story. Make it true. Make it compelling. And make it relevant.” – Rand Fishkin

“Domain age alone doesn’t grant you authority, and your domain registration strategy doesn’t impact your search rankings quite like you think it might. Your site’s content and the links coming to those pages are what matters.” – Demian Farnworth

“Follower numbers are less important than follower engagement, enthusiasm, and love for your blog.” – Henneke Duistermaat

“If you have the guts to come up with an idea, and the persistence to see it through until it’s finished, you deserve to call yourself an expert on the topic. Because by researching and writing an ebook you will be.” – Pamela Wilson

“Let’s agree that all content must be created with the customer’s needs in mind. Otherwise we are wasting time and resources as marketers.” – Michael King

“If you want something, ask. You might actually get it.” – Jerod Morris

“The next time you find yourself lamenting the lack of content opportunities available to you, remember: there is no such thing as a boring niche.” – Sean Smith

“The truth is, traffic in and of itself is pointless unless you’re attracting your ideal visitor.” – Sophie Lizard

“If you only pin your own stuff on Pinterest, you will fail as a pinner. You’ll never see that consistent flow of targeted traffic that you’re longing for.” – Beth Hayden

“If you’re going to risk and maybe fail, fail at something that matters. Fail gloriously so that even in failure, lives change.” – Jon Acuff

“Potential brilliance can easily be stillborn when a writer wrestles with worry. Don’t.” – Mary Jaksch

“Some people have a notion in their head that running a successful blog isn’t a lot of work, that it just means writing a post here and there, publishing it and sitting back as the money flows in. It’s a lot more than that though.” – Peter Anderson

“You’re not a prisoner to your blog, take a break. Spend some time evaluating your life, getting clear about what’s important and what’s not and see if blogging is part of it.” – Delia Rusu

“Something that a lot of bloggers and online marketers forget is that 80% to 90% of your readers are straight up beginners.” – Ramsay Taplin  

“Having set work hours each day will help you get your body into the rhythm of being focused on work during a specified time of day.” – Kristi Hines  

“Comments are the life blood of every blog. It indicates that people like and enjoy engaging with your content.” – Josh Kotsay  

“There’s only one you. And there’s no app in the world to change that. If you want to build a thriving business, something’s got to give.” – Anna Hoffman  

“Go through your blog archives and find the hidden gems of evergreen content that could use a little more exposure.” – Ileane Smith  

“Not posting to your blog is NOT the end of the world, the end of your business, or even a reason to have a bad day. Writer’s block is NOT a creativity block.” – Ryan Hanley  

“Stand tall and proud. Be unique, be yourself. There’s only one you in the whole wide world.” – Onyeka Abengowe  

“Do something you are passionate about because it won’t feel like work. This way you will work harder and longer.” – Neil Patel

“You should publish high-quality guest bloggers, people whose words you really, really trust.” – Matt Cutts

“I told myself that I didn’t care if I never made more than $8/hr – having freedom and not being stuck in the rat race was soooo worth it.” – Bob Lotich

“Your headlines are the first and sometimes the only chance you get to grab readers attention. Write something that makes potential visitors want to know more about the topic.” – Steven Wilson

“The key to social media is being social.” – Eli Fennell

“Whether you are trying to get noticed by prospective employers, build ‘street cred’ around your consulting services, or simply want to network with more people, there’s no better place to build a personal brand than on Google+.” – Stephan Hovnanian

“You have to be willing to take some risks and learn new things to move into new, high-paid areas and keep your income growing.” – Carol Tice

“Long-term gradual growth is more important than a shot of activity that dies off after a month or so.” – Eric Deeter  

“True entrepreneurs have skin in the game. We take risks. There’s no safety net, no comfy paycheck, and there’s rarely a backup plan.” – Laurel Staples  

“We all make snap judgments, and if your blog doesn’t look like a reputable, high-quality read, visitors won’t come back.” – Ali Luke  

“Your focus needs to be on value and ensuring that your readers get something out of your content, whether you are teaching your readers something or entertaining them.” – Adam Connell  

“Solve a problem! That’s the magic to make money online. That’s the key to succeed even offline.” – Enstine Muki  

“If you really want to have success on your blog through blog commenting, you need to write comments that start to get the attention of the blog owner.” – Andrew M. Warner  

“If you really want your web presence to explode, it’s time to try something new. If you keep doing what you are doing, you will keep getting the results you’re getting.” – Don Purdum  

“It is so easy to start a blog. Easier to continue it with good/bad content. But the real test is to make it successful.” – Mi Muba  

“One of the great ways to improve your blog is to be confident with what you are doing. Have confidence in yourself, and that will shine through in your site.” – Catherine Holt  

“While epic content may take a significant amount of your time to write, it will be more valuable to your blog than the cumulative impact of several typical blog posts.” – Marc Andre  

“If you’re serious about generating high quality links, you need to be very systematic with how you create and promote your content.” – Brian Dean  

“If you have the wrong people on your list, then they’re not going to open your emails.” – Sally Ann Miller

“People come to your site because they are looking for something. They want to do more, have more, be more.” – Jeni Elliott  

“I think we’ll all feel – and do – much better if we live ‘in the moment,’ and attempt to focus on the important thing going on or needing attention rather than trying to do it all at once.” – Carol Amato

“You won’t be very successful if you just pack it the first time something doesn’t go the way you plan.” – Craig Emerson  

“Link building is not just a strategy to increase rankings, it’s also a result and looking at it like that will open your eyes to more efficient ways to build backlinks.” – Dennis Seymour  

“People like to learn things, but they especially like to learn what they can do to improve their lives.” – Donna Merrill  

“Little drops of water do make a mighty ocean. The key is to not take those little drops for granted and give up before the ocean actually arrives.” – Gertrude Nonterah

“If you lead a disciplined life you have no chances to encourage bad habits. You either won’t have time for those or you simply cannot accommodate or adopt yourself to spending time and money on bad habits.” – Jane Sheeba

“By scheduling time to complete the important tasks – you will finish!” – Lisa Mallis  

“There is a small percentage of people that actually create content on the web. Most people just lurk and absorb.” – Scott Taft  

“Creating is a wonderful thing. Creating a product that folks can consume on a large scale is even more wonderful.” – Ryan Biddulph  

“(If) you want to be a professional blogger, you need to treat your blog like a business. The first thing you do when you start a business is have a business plan.” – Harleena Singh  

“It is NOT wrong to try to make a living from your art, to charge enough money that you can afford to create — so long as some people will actually pay what you’re asking. So stop feeling guilty about it!” – Alexis Grant  

“I have learned that most things are a choice. You can choose to be happy. You can choose to be healthy. You can choose to be successful. We are not victims of our circumstances or identities. Tough things happen, but we choose what they’ll do to us.” – Brittany Bullen  

“Blogging success can’t be duplicated… it’s as individual as the bloggers themselves. Discover what your readers love and capitalize on it.” – Jennifer Bly

“You need a good definition of success. It’s so much easier to keep doing hard work when you see that you are moving towards your goal.” – Jens P. Berget

“I would rather do something pretty well than not do it at all while I wait for things to be ideal.” – Maxwell Ivey

“When everything in life is going crazy, routines create a sense of reliability.” – Lauren Tamm

“Building a successful blog is like preparing a tasty dish. There’s more to it than knowing what certain ingredients are, and how they taste on their own. Rather, it’s about having a working knowledge of how they fuse together, and why.” – Nathan Ambrose

“Be polite and ask for advice. Successful people like to share their knowledge with other people. They have also been in your shoes, and they have also learned from others.” – Tor Refsland

“The real recipe for success is when you work from the inside out. Because if you’re not ready for success mentally and subconsciously, true success will be long in coming.” – Sylviane Nuccio

“If you’re only looking out for yourself, you may end up being by yourself.” – Sherman Smith

“Successful bloggers know a secret. They only write certain types of posts. They don’t waste their time writing a post that won’t bring them traffic.” – Sue Anne Dunlevie

“Unless you’re engaging, my eyes will glaze over. We all have a personality, but do you use it? Does it come out in your comments?” – Jaime Buckley

“Writing engaging content is just one small part of the puzzle. Most of the work should go into promoting the content.” – Johannes Kanter

“Starting a blog from scratch isn’t rocket science. Unless, of course, you’re starting a blog about rocket science.” – Kevin Duncan

Inspirational Blogging Quotes

Sharing with you these awesome and inspiring quotes about blogging.

“99.9% of great bloggers are not awesome on day 1. Their awesomeness is the accumulation of the value they create over time.” – Darren Rowse

“(Superheroes) can disappear for months or years and then burst back onto the scene with a climactic display of their impressive powers. Okay for superheroes, not okay for your content. It might feel boring and constraining, but publishing consistently brings results.” – Amy Harrison

“Writing is thinking out loud. Blogging is thinking out loud where other folks think back.” – Liz Strauss

“The key is, no matter what story you tell, make your buyer the hero.” – Chris Brogan

“Way too many bloggers think making money from blogging is like the movie Field of Dreams, where Kevin Costner’s character was told, ‘If you build it, they will come.’ You can build it, but if nobody knows about it, then they’re not coming!” – John Chow

“Finding success is all about taking action. You can read all you want, but nothing will happen until you execute.” – Pat Flynn

“No one cares about your blog unless you are adding value to their lives in some way.” – Jonathan Milligan

“You can’t optimize something that’s dead.” – Brian Clark

“I made a decision to write for my readers, not to try to find more readers for my writing.” – Seth Godin

“People often ask me how am I able to write several blog posts in a day? My reply is simple: I stay in the zone. I eliminate all distractions and just write.” – Syed Balkhi

“Burning the candle at both ends doesn’t give you superpowers, it just makes you exhausted.” – Crystal Paine

“Anyone can start a blog, but the real test is getting readers.” – Jon Morrow

“Having multiple passions is not easy. It’s hard work. You are always pulled in different directions. You want to do this, and you want to do that too. And you want to do it all together.” – Pooja Lohana

“No matter how good your content is, without powerful friends to share it, it will most likely sink without a trace.” – Paul Back

Funny Blogging Quotes

Here is my list of funny and entertaining quotes to remember about blogging.

“Breathe. Know that the Internet has no eraser.” – Liz Strauss

“I’ve long advised that bloggers seeking to make money from blogging spread their interests across multiple revenue streams so as not to put all their eggs in one basket.” – Darren Rowse

“All you future Google Whores might want to pay attention to what I’m about to reveal.” – John Chow

“The fact of the matter is, if you can start up a local blog about the independent hip-hop scene in Seattle or the financial side of the restaurant business or the intersection of immigration and entrepreneurship, you’ve got a far better shot at becoming a leader in your field.” – Rand Fishkin

“When it comes to building your business, there are 4 words that should be echoing in your mind throughout the day; they are Do it Fucking Now.” – QuadsZilla

“Without the New York Times, there is no blog community. They’d have nothing to blog about.” – Malcolm Gladwell

“I am, in full disclosure, a member of the Media Elite. I’m a Conde Nast editor, run a glossy mainstream magazine, spent much of my career at The Economist and consort with known journalists. But nothing annoys me more than the oft-heard assertion within media circles that without us blogs would be nothing.” – Chris Anderson

“Making money from blogging requires you to do only two things: drive a lot of traffic, then maximize the income from that traffic.” – John Chow

“OK, I’m starting a blog. Why shouldn’t an officer of a public company start a blog? Hey, life is short. At some point, take RegFD to its logical extreme, and this is how we’re all going to be communicating anyways. Think about it.” – Jonathan Schwartz

“People have often described me as a blogger. I generally shy away from the term because, to me, bloggers are boring, self obsessed narcissists who use their website mainly as a means to discuss the inconsequential minutiae of their day to day lives.” – Anonymous writer

“I believe the term “blog” means more than an online journal. I believe a blog is a conversation. People go to blogs to read and write, not just consume.” – Michael Arrington

“It’s funny that when people reach a certain age, such as after graduating college, they assume it’s time to go out and get a job. But like many things the masses do, just because everyone does it doesn’t mean it’s a good idea.” – Steve Pavlina

“But there’s a bigger trend I’m seeing: people who used to enjoy blogging their lives are now moving to Twitter.” – Robert Scoble

“I guess my point is, if you’re one of these people considering giving up on blogging in exchange for paying more attention to Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and MySpace, or whatever they throw at us mere mortals, bear in mind you are giving up on something rather unique and wonderful.” – Hugh Macleod

“When I started writing this blog more than 3 years ago, it was in response to traditional media’s habit of twisting interviews to fit the headlines they wanted to create.” – Mark Cuban

“I’ve developed some deep relationships over the past couple of years blogging and I realize that those relationships manifest themselves in the links I find when I do my 28x a daily ego search over at Technorati.” – Jason Calacanis

“I think I am about 5 for 500 when it comes to successful ideas vs flops.” – Jeremy Schoemaker

“Readers subscribe to blogs when they provide an informational or entertainment value so great that it would be a loss to not subscribe to it.” – Maki

“I think the pleasure of completed work is what makes blogging so popular. You have to believe most bloggers have few if any actual readers. The writers are in it for other reasons. Blogging is like work, but without coworkers thwarting you at every turn. All you get is the pleasure of a completed task.” – Scott Adams

“And it occurred to me that there is no such thing as blogging. There is no such thing as a blogger. Blogging is just writing — writing using a particularly efficient type of publishing technology.” – Simon Dumenco

“The Lazysphere – a working definition – is a group of bloggers who I won’t name by name, but you can spot them a mile away. Rather than create new ideas or pen thoughtful essays, they simply glom on to the latest news with another “me too” blog post.” – Steve Rubel

“Game changing innovations are few and far between. They are usually simple concepts to describe but when they arrive it takes time to fully realize their importance and impact. Television was a game-changer, mobile phones were a game-changer, and blogging is also one.” – Collis Ta’eed

“While some bloggers in networks are making pennies per the hour the network CEO’s and support staff are raking in huge salaries and getting VC Money to help furnish their homes. I don’t like it. It smells funny.” – David Krug

“The bottom line is that blogging is like sex. You can’t fake it. You can’t fake passion. You can’t fake wanting to engage with the public. If you do, it will ultimately be an unsatisfying experience for both the blogger and their readers.” – Kevin Anderson

“Blogs, social networks, newspapers, any other form of publication – all have social aspects to them. It is a spectrum really, with social networks at one extreme and a 19th century novel at the other. But there’s room for all types of social publishing platforms.” – Richard MacManus

“I read blogs every day, for all sorts of reasons, but I turn to blogs especially when I want to hear alternative viewpoints — for example, information on a particular medical treatment from the viewpoint of patients receiving it, rather than doctors administering it; reports from the battlefield seen through the eyes of soldiers rather than politicians; thoughts on a particular technology from the standpoint of engineers rather than executives.” – Jim Buckmaster

“Blogs are already moving upmarket and improving. The term “Professional Blogger” is no longer an oxymoron. Some in the traditional media realize this — ESPN, for example, recently purchased the popular basketball blog TrueHoop.com to complement its other online news offerings.” – Luke Langford

“So forget about blogs and bloggers and blogging and focus on this — the cost and difficulty of publishing absolutely anything, by anyone, into a global medium, just got a whole lot lower. And the effects of that increased pool of potential producers is going to be vast.” – Clay Shirky

“Blogs can help bring humanity back into the workplace. We have become so concerned with communicating numbers and processes that employees have forgotten how to build relationships. How can companies ask employees to provide superior service and innovative thinking when everything they see and hear flies in the face of that? Blogs help create a culture that supports those behaviors.” – Michael Wiley

“The sad truth is most bloggers, even those who incessantly work on monetization strategies, end up sitting around the few dollars a day mark and find it difficult to rise above this level.” – Yaro Starak

“Just as we don’t spend a lot of time worrying about how all those poets out there are going to monetize their poetry, the same is true for most bloggers.” – Seth Godin

“One company I work with showed me how the traffic on his company’s site doubled since they started blogging. In fact, the blog (inexpensive) has more visitors and views than the corporate website (expensive). Well, there’s some measurable ROI in that case.” – Mike Sansone

“I found myself declaiming, full flower, for an hour on the “utmost importance and urgency” of Blogging, telling him in no uncertain terms that, especially in a high-end niche business, Blogging is “the premier way” to have “intimate conversations” with his Clients. Funny thing, I believe it!” – Tom Peters

“In China, blogs enable millions of citizens to express their opinions with reduced political risk simply because of the sheer number of like-minded opinions online. Facing these independent voices, the old ideological machine starts to crumble.” – Xiao Qiang

“The currency of blogging is authenticity and trust… you pay folks to blog about a product and you compromise that. I would almost care about this, but it’s so obvious to everyone that this is either a joke or an idiot that there is nothing more to say.” – Jason Calacanis

“Looking back on the event, I find myself thinking there are three approaches to journalism represented here. One is the “cool” approach of traditional journalism, including network broadcasting (in which NPR is no exception). One is the “hot” approach of talk radio, which has since expanded to TV sports networks and now Fox TV. The third is the engaged approach of weblogging.” – Doc Searls

“The Internet destroyed most of the barriers to publication. The cost of being a publisher dropped to almost zero with two interesting immediate results: anybody can publish, and more importantly, you can publish whatever you want.” – Dick Costolo

“The more popular a person thinks he is in the blogosphere, the thinner his skin and the thicker his hypocrisy. This should be exactly the opposite: the higher you go the thicker the skin and thinner the hypocrisy.” – Guy Kawasaki

“If this principal thinks blogging isn’t educational, he needs his head examined: he should be seeking out every student blogger in the school and giving them special time to blog more — and giving them extra credit besides.” – Cory Doctorow

“Some blogs have become the best check on monopoly mainstream journalism, and they provide a surprisingly frequent source of initiative reporting.” – Harold Evans

“Yes, blogging is entertainment. It is performance. Each blog post a show, sometimes an opera, sometimes a 30 second commercial. Like a show, it may start with a bang, lead you along from song to song, have a great climatic moment, then leave the audience wanting more.” – Lorelle Van Fossen

“As I have repeatedly written in one form or other, blogging is not about writing posts. Heck, that’s the least of your challenges. No, blogging is about cultivating mutually beneficial relationships with an ever-growing online readership, and that’s hard work.” – Alister Cameron

“The reason blogging is often put into the passive category is because if you use direct monetization through Adsense, banners, etc, you earn while you sleep.” – Chris Garrett

“Unless you restrict your reading habits to a really small segment of the blogging population, or you are a blogging machine like Robert Scoble, a feed reader is only going to give you a small window of what is happening in the blogosphere.” – Andy Beard

“To be sure, the blogosphere is subject to all of the same risks as the Internet itself. Many blogs are loaded with vanity posts, half-truths, rumors, and even intentional distortions.” – Christopher Cox

“In at least one way we are atypical bloggers. That’s because we just keep on posting. The typical blogger, like most people who go on diets and budgets, quits after a few months, weeks, or in many cases, days.” – Stephen J. Dubner

“Blogging is good for your career. A well-executed blog sets you apart as an expert in your field.” – Penelope Trunk

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