Blog Science - Why People Quit on Blogs, SURVEY

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  1. You can vote for more than one, by the way. (And more than once for that matter, so feel free to skew the data!)

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  2. Interesting survey. I checked quite a few boxes, heh. My big ones tend to be "boring," although I don't really like that word, but I like to keep my list manageable and I also like being genuine. It's difficult for me to post genuine comments or give genuine support to blogs that just don't interest me. Ties in to that whole "fake" deal. I don't want to be a jerk to nice people, but I don't want to be a big fake either.

    The other one was offensiveness. Yeah. Don't tolerate it much these days.

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  3. I would have added "too long" if I thought of it before I voted. I was guilty of that crime for a while, until I realized how hard it was for me to keep up when I was reading multiple long posts. When I started blogging, I thought 750 words was good, now I try to keep them under 500. Posts that took too long to get to the point dragged me down. Keep it succinct folks.

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  4. My biggest problem is time. I will start reading and if it is too long I bail on the post. If it is consistently too long, I bail on the blogger. I hate the technical problems with the comments. If I have to spend more time trying to post my comment, I bail on the comment and the blogger.

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  5. I try to get around to everyone a least once a month. I is diffcult though.

    I'll be back next week.

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  7. I voted on the boring aspect of a blog.

    It appears, EJ, that you may have attracted a spammeritis irritatingus annoyingus in the comment above... I suspect our anonymous commenter probably copies and pastes the same comment into dozens of blogs.

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