Problems Related to Blogging and Social Networking!

With the news full of problems being experienced by social networking sites are we seeing the beginning of the end for Blogs and Social networking. My Space have just closed 29,000 profiles of know child offenders and Face book’s owner is in court fighting to stop a rival closing him down.

Can it be that the bubble is about burst and we are all about to see the fallout of closer regulation on line relating to the freedom of content and speech for our online world?

The massive growth of blogging and social networking has been possible due to the ability of users to practice freedom of speech at the speed of typing . For more results visit us at In a flash we can update our blogs and profiles online with little or no thought.

I am a blog author and as such I am concerned that there will be a slow creep of official regulations and rules which determine the content and its tone. Bad press is just the catalyst the control freaks need to get their teeth in to the Blogosphere.

It is fair to say that all online authors have a personal and moral responsibility to manage their online actions and content. All too many of us forget that what we say online is open to be read by every one; that’s the power we have when using the World Wide Web.

Where will this all end, may be I am getting over excited? Are we going to see another black day when the dot com bubble burst yet again? If this dose happen how many of use will rise from the ashes and face the new world?

The power of the internet is such that even the smallest thing can become a world wide issue in hours. You can also visit at In the blink of an eye anything can become a major world wide event; some time I think we forget that.

I am only a small fish in a very big sea but I call upon all the Big Fish out there in the blogosphere to set an example and show the world that we can be trusted to manage our own affairs.

As bloggers, we tend to get overwhelmed when it comes to finding topics to post about. It can be a daunting task, the idea that you have to create a post that will not only keep people interested, but get them to want come back and read more. It can be done now.

What have you done for me lately?

Getting people to come back to your blog is key. Each post should grab your reader’s attention, making them want to come back for more. Great bloggers have this ability. Think you don’t have that talent? Think again, all it takes is a few simple tips to write compelling blog posts every day.

There are lots of ways to generate good ideas for blog posts. What topic are you blogging about? Do a search of Google news for the latest happenings in that niche. Your post doesn’t have to be completely original, you can simply report on what other bloggers are doing. Become an aggregator for your niche.

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