It has been brought to my attention that my blog of worthless advice may have offended some of you. Now, with my blog having a readership of two readers, it is hard to know where to take this blog. There is a lot of pressure to keep the blog interesting for my two readers.
Growing your blog readership isn’t easy for a blog that has the words “worthless advice” in the title. I think I’ve narrowed my target audience to a fairly small niche: people who like worthless advice. Is there a huge market out there for worthless advice? Well, obliviously not since I have only two readers.
My advice isn’t good. I get a lot of my blog ideas from movies I watch, the news I read, and articles I discover online. I usually try to build upon those ideas into a nice blog post about worthless advice. Take for example, my yard sales tips post. It’s a very well written piece that clearly shows worthless advice for your next yard sale. Terribly worthless advice that no one should take. But I do hope that you find it humorous because it is so worthless.
So, my dear readers, I’m sorry if I offended you with my worthless advice. I’ll try to make it up to sometime soon. You can help me by suggesting some blog post ideas below in my comment section. Thanks for reading!
6 thoughts on “Sorry if I offend You!”
I say keep true to whatever you want your blog to be. I dig it.
The title of your blog always made me think it was a humor blog. Maybe if you took the subjects you want to talk about and word them so as to be funny, maybe people would not only read your site, but achieve a new outlook about things?
Are you trying to be funny? 😄 Nah, it is a humor blog. A bit sarcastic but I hope you enjoy it.
My father had a dry sense of humor and I suppose I do too. I guess that’s why people often take me the wrong way. Yes, I did enjoy it!
Seeing as “worthless advice” is in the title, I would only be offended if you provided worthwhile advice.
I am one of the two readers I think? You haven’t offended me? Not sure what happened? Seems people are going out of their way to be offended these days.