Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Will The Blogging Police Please Bugger Off!

I am getting really, really annoyed with those blog posts that tell bloggers how to blog. You know the ones I mean not the ones that share practical and technical knowledge but those who feel they have the right to judge how other people write and run their blogs.

I'm not quite sure who gave them the right to sit in judgement on what other people do but I wish they would f*ck off, get a life and keep their nose out of other people's business.

Write what you like, when you like and how you like! That is the beauty of blogging there should be no rules.

If you don't like it don't read it.

Ok rant over.


  1. well said, my blog is my thoughts, my feelings and my findings on a topic, subject, product or day out.

  2. Yes! I don't see why I should justify why or how or what I blog. If they don't like it, they don't have to read it! Sick and tired of people sktting in judgement, there was another one yesterday.

  3. Hear, hear. Couldn't agree more.

  4. My blog is mostly b*ll*cks, but it's MY b*ll*cks ;-)

  5. I agree. The only RULE about blogging is that it should make you happy. I am not keen on anyone who lectures me about 'blogging should' and 'blogging shouldn't'

    Course if there are no rules, everyone is free to write those posts - but then, I'm free to think they're just RUDE!

  6. Absolutely spot on. Well done for saying this.

  7. I hope nobody takes offence but I think the post in question was misunderstood (perhaps by me). I read it as a complaint about people wanting to blog just to get stuff, ie people who don't have a blog but comment that its the only reason she blogs. Does that make sense? I didn't see it as a criticism as such, maybe just worded a little wrongly? I agree though, blogs are personal and its up to the writer what they publish

  8. Supergran - Thank You

    TheBoyandMe - I agree

    Ellen - Thanks you

    Zee - Love it

    Sally - Yes very rude

    Sue - Thank you

    Ghostwritermummy - No offence taken. This post wasn't about anyone post but a whole host of posts and tweets that keep getting bounded around and they really annoying. I believe its no ones business why some starts a blog whether its for an outlet, professional or to get free stuff who are we to judge.

  9. Couldn't agree with you more. If you don't like my blog, why are you there? And don't you just love the 'anons' who leave really nasty comments? Blog what you like, I reckon! Love yours, by the way! x

  10. I know what you mean Carol.I do find the whole thing laughable as I've only seen it in the parent blogging community.You don't have to read them and you don't warrant complaining about them if you carry on reading them.No brainer!