Thursday, 12 June 2014

To write... #FlashbackIndiBlogger

Life before IndiBlogger and with IndiBlogger

To write or not to write - that was the question, when I read this topic.

I am rather new to IndiBlogger. Also I haven't been able to be as active on it, as I would have liked to be.
Do I have enough to write or enough convincing points to make?

Finally, I couldn't resist.

#IndiBlogger helps me write.
Well, it certainly doesn't hold any writing classes. But it gives the push, the inspiration, the appreciation to keep writing. For years, I have had plans to write a blog, to write regularly basically. Many a time, I would start. Write a blog here and there, get busy elsewhere - no push, no inspiration, no appreciation, no writing.

#IndiBlogger connects me to the other bloggers around me.
The community does add to the inspiration and appreciation.
What it also does is, give me access to things to read. In this Wide Web of Internet World, there's a place to visit to find, easily, content that would interest me.

#IndiBlogger gives me readers.
As writer and blogger, is there anything more important than people reading what I have written? A beautiful platform of give and take, readers and writers, that's what IndiBlogger to me is.

#IndiBlogger makes me smile.
These smiles are the most surprising and unexpected outcome of using IndiBlogger. 
A few things that make me smile:



The last one is especially my favourite. Try to click on the 'Add to network' on your own profile and be told off in a humorous way.


I know I have a long way ahead, I have hardly started. But I am enjoying every moment of it, thanks to the IndiBlogger Community and IndiBlogger Team.
That's why I had to choose 'to write'.






12 comments:

  1. Those are apt points, Nimi.
    The last image is funny. Have never tried to add myself though!
    We all love IB's sense of humor :)

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    1. Very true, Anita. Though I am new in this community, I have already gained a lot from it... with a smile :)

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  2. All the points you have mentioned are valid for all. IB is a great platform to nurture your blog. :)

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    1. I agree, Gaurab. That is why I couldn't resist writing about it.

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  3. Yeah i tried once to promote my post and got a taste of their humor! I love indiblogger! Its my life! Cant think of a day without going on it to read posts of other boggers .

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    1. I, on the other hand, tried to add myself to my network. And I still do it off and on, just to read IB's comment :)

      I love the fact that we have similar names. What does your name mean? Mine is my nickname. How about yours?

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  4. Ha ha ha ha ha..that narcissus......vaala point was hilarious....i have experienced it myself...

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    1. Well, Issac, when one is exploring the world of Indiblogger, and there's that option to click to add oneself to one's network, or to promote one's own post... I couldn't resist finding out what would happen. I am glad to know you couldn't either.

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  5. Indiblogger gives me readers. I have been enriched this way a lot.

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    1. I completely agree. It is the readers, who inspire us to grow. And the feedbacks, that help us improve. Thanks.

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  6. I really like their blasé 'No dogs were hurt in the preparation of this website.' the team must be a hilarious bunch.
    http://sweetyshinde.wordpress.com

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    1. A good sense of humour makes the blogging more fun!

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