Blogging is perfect for teenagers. At a time in their life when they are trying to finalise their sense of self and establish their individual identity, blogging provides an outlet that does just that. It was interesting to read in Time magazine that teenagers think the same as well. Sixteen-year-old Janelle Normanis said, “Being a teenager today is a lot different than in the past, so parents rarely identify with things that happen in our lives. For the most part, only teenagers understand the issues teens deal with. That’s one of the reasons why blogging is so popular; it gives us an outlet to express ourselves freely and openly with people our age who can relate to us.”
If you are a “big change” business, then you are like my garden fence. Leaving it unpainted for so long has created much more work, at a higher cost, than if it had been tended to every year. Ignoring reviews of your online activity for long periods also means you make more work for yourself and raise your costs.