Random Ramblings

Random Ramblings: Personal observations on a wide variety of subjects. Photographs of creatures and things that are taken on seeing the unusual as well as everyday things.

Random Ramblings

Random Ramblings personal post:

When I first took up blogging seven years ago this year, everything was new. Blogs were new. When I mentioned the idea of blogging to family and friends, there was not one person that knew what I was talking about. “What is a blog?” They all asked. To explain that it was online space that could be either private or public where your interests could be published for either a small group of people or the world to read or look at and maybe comment on was so new, it was alien.

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I have a wide variety of interests and could have created umpteen blogs to cover everyone of them individually. If I had chosen to take this route, I may have created a monster rather than a pleasure because even a small amount of blogging is time consuming. It is something, as a hobby that you have to love doing. I am not a paid blogger, I simply write my blog for the sheer joy of it.

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I decided upon the name of ‘Random Ramblings’ for my blog because it opens the door for me to write about anything and everything. It also means that I can ramble on about any of my interests, which encompass almost everything. I can add unusual facts about anything whenever I come across them or when they are winkled out of my mind.

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Of blogging, I will say – it is a most enjoyable hobby that can now be done almost anywhere not just in front of a computer and sat at a desk. I am so grateful to Google, not only in them creating Blogger but giving it to us all for free. Blogger blogs stand alone, which means that they can be used for any activity. Ticking a box instantly uploads them onto the Google Search Engine. Added to this they now have the option of having single stand alone pages with tabs so they may be also used as professional business sites.

Check out the various Random Ramblings links you can follow or join me here too:

    • Random Ramblings …… Polly Dot Google + Page: Google+
    • Random Ramblings …… Kloggers Twitter feed:    Twitter
    • Random Ramblings …… YouTube page:                YouTube
    • Random Ramblings …… Kloggers Photobucket:    Photobucket


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Additional notes:

To have your own interesting hobby/to start your own website/to create your own blog/to write a story/to keep an online diary/to begin your own family photograph album sharing pictures and information: why not become a blogger? Start your own blog? The excitement all begins with just one click of a button!

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Sharkbytes said...

I think those of us that remain after the "boom" will see more serious traffic.

Lainy said...

I also started out blogging 7 years ago where everyone I knew at the blogs were all fired up to blog because that's what they love doing.

I shall check out all your social media accounts Polly and for sure I'd be your avid follower. It feels great to be back here.

Polly Dot said...

Friends and links are both very precious things, my friends. Many of us feel that we have known each other over the Net and into the cloud forever! x

I know what you mean Joan about the "boom" .... it is good to have genuine visitors.

Lainy, You have so many musings now. How many blogs are you writing now? I shall have to visit them one by one .. at least I can tell when you have posted by those that are on my blog roll. Ha ha! I sometimes think I may just explode with so many things to write about. It would be lovely if you created one about Australia now - I find it such an interesting country. The animals are quite beautiful and the scenery quite rich. I love the Aborigines and their knowledge of the land and all that it holds too; I could quite listen to them forever. Anyway, I shall look forward to your blog postings too. I suppose all of us 7 year bloggers should give ourselves a name. Lol