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  1. Happy Panda says

    As someone who usually finds so many mistakes in my own posts – I get how you feel about spelling/grammar mistakes. 🙈
    I also just can’t do posts which are overtly religious. 🙈

    • Shelly DS says

      I’m finding it interesting that people aren’t into the religion posts. I’ve never stopped to think about them, and will either read or skip over them depending on my mood and what religion. In my head it’s just another niche like aerospace dynamics or pottery or something.

      • Happy Panda says

        I just don’t like when it gets preachy about a particular religion – since I am agnostic. I don’t mind reading people’s experiences with spirituality.

  2. petespringerauthor says

    In addition to all of your excellent points, I want posts that have a fresh point of view, get me to think, and possess a dose or two of humor. Content is king.

    • Shelly DS says

      Oh definitely! It’s definitely important to stay unique even though there are millions of blogs out there. No one has time to read the same post ten times, written by different people

  3. LoseWeightWithAng says

    I run ny posts through Word, Grammark and Grammarly because I’ve cause spelling mistakes even after using only one of them. It makes me paranoid that something will get missed 😅

  4. bosssybabe says

    Yes I agree with you and everyone above in the comments.. I’m not a fan of hate language, shaming a particular group, overly religious/political blogs, long ranty ones and ones full of spelling and grammar mistakes. Trust me, I’m not a grammarian (is that a word lol) so I can tolerate an average dose of mistakes (no one is perfect, including me), but some of the blogs out there screams to me “no effort here.”

  5. Rachel Duerden says

    I’ve been lucky. I’ve not read any blog posts as you’ve described but, I have noticed the ones with grammar and spelling mistakes.

  6. nirajshah2003 says

    Being rude and disrespectful is also a massive pet peeve of mine. You would think that bloggers should have the common sense to think about what they put out there as at the end of the day it is there for everyone to see. Saying something rude just doesn’t reflect well on them!

  7. Wonani says

    I totally relate to you when it comes to grammar. I get so annoyed when I read one of my posts a few days after posting and find some mistakes. 😂

    I also can’t stand it when people don’t make use of paragraphs and the blog post ends up being one huge paragraph. 😭 I click off a blog the moment I see that.

  8. Suzanne says

    Yes! These are all such good points! I would add, probably, blogs that don’t offer any interaction with the reader. I’m not saying you have to respond to every comment – I certainly don’t do that! But occasional interaction is nice!

  9. vacationpending says

    Its a shame that people feel the need to take up blogging space to promote negativity and hate onto others! I find that i feel connected with a blogger the most when they are not afraid to be themselves and a little vulnerable!

    • Shelly DS says

      I always felt like blogging is the least negative of all the social media platforms, and it is. But I think others forget that too. There is no room for negativity here

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