Why Chatting Will Make A Comeback

Bonjour, Blogger! Why Chatting Will Make A Comeback

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When blogging started out, it was about personal stories. What you did that day, what silly funny things happened, even just random snapshots of your day. As blogs and bloggers have grown, blogs have become less chatty, and more magazine style. That’s not necessarily a bad thing – things evolve, and bloggers have developed their own voice while talking about products and other things they’ve done.

But perhaps we’re seeing a return to the chatty style of blogging as readers want things to go back to “how things were” – where you just open up a new blog post and write about what’s going on in your life or what you’re thinking or your opinion on a recent news story.

Why would you want to be more conversational on your blog? It’s a great way for the reader to get to know you better which makes them want to read more from you. It’s also a way to keep posting when you don’t have any idea on what to post. Just write!

What do you think? Is it time for the chatty blog to make a comeback?

Hayley Constantine

<p>Hayley has been blogging since before most people knew what a blog was! She started Bonjour, Blogger! in May 2013 as a way to share her knowledge and experiences – if you ever have a question, get in touch!</p>

  • Tanya at RockstarVanity

    I try to keep a chatty tone to my blog, partly because otherwise it would just be photos and technical info, but mostly because that’s what I look for in other blogs I read. I love feeling like I’m getting to know someone through their blog :-)

    July 13, 2016 at 10:11 pm Reply
  • Francesca Andrews

    I really hope so! I love personal blog posts and get bored of so many blogs looking so similar and producing similar content.

    Frankie goes to – Travel Blog

    July 14, 2016 at 10:04 am Reply

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