As bloggers, we all have moments of self doubt. We worry that our blogs aren’t good enough or that nobody’s out there actually reading our content or that we’ll never get new readers. It’s very common for bloggers to struggle with this. But here’s a new one for me:
My blog is now over two years old and my worry is: is Nose Graze “old news”?
When your blog is new, there are pros and cons. On the negative side, you’re new and undiscovered. People may not know your blog exists. Is anyone out there??
But on the plus side, when readers start to trickle in, you’re like the shiny, untouched toy. Everything is new! You’re a voice that’s never been heard and you’re out there posting content that’s never been read or explored!
I feel like back when Nose Graze was new, I was posting coding tutorials and WordPress tips and that was new! There was nothing (or very little) quite like it in the world of book blogging. I was the new, shiny toy. Now I’ve been posting this content for over two years, and while I still love my ideas, I can’t help but wonder: has it gotten old? Are people looking to flock to new, undiscovered book blogs? Are they sick of hearing about coding and WordPress? Is my blog “been there, done that”?