Create a Site or Join Groups

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This topic contains 73 replies, has 26 voices, and was last updated by  peachpurple 3 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #32007

    peachpurple
    Participant

    Do you prefer to create new sites ( blogs) at Blogjob or prefer to join Groups and Forums to receive points?

    Which is faster for you?
    Please share your views

  • #32011

    dawnwriter
    Participant

    A combination of both. I like creating sites and sharing 300 words posts but I also like to interact on forums. Points get collected quite quickly on forums, groups etc. too and it is fun.

  • #32016

    lejla1311
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    I like to create sites and write posts. I am a memebr of many groups but I am not interested in making one.

  • #32034

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @dawnwriter i find that collecting points is faster when writing sites

  • #32036

    lejla1311
    Participant

    I write two blogs daily too @peachpurple and I do a lot of interaction with other members and here on forum.

  • #32193

    I enjoy both. It is interesting on Blogjob. It is a matter of many sites.

    • #33596

      peachpurple
      Participant

      yes there are many forums and groups to join in

  • #32204

    TAlberts
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    I am doing both. Half interacting and half writing.

    • #33595

      peachpurple
      Participant

      i write before i interact daily

    • #34844

      jkct01
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      I interact before I write.

  • #33552

    iyanpol12
    Participant

    I prefer writing. But I also love to join groups which I am a member of already in different groups.

  • #33665

    TAlberts
    Participant

    I think interacting is faster than creating a group. When I can write here I just do the interactions.

  • #33898

    pramalkumarsamanta
    Participant

    It is really funny to create a site or join groups.

  • #34124

    misswulans
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    I prefer join groups, I dont think I have the time to manage my own group so I prefer joining other people’s groups

  • #34162

    thisnthat
    Participant

    I’m new here, so things could change. Currently, I enjoy doing a little bit of everything. I made one group, I’ve joined some others, I’ve written a few blogs posts, I enjoy the forums, and I like visiting my friend’s pages and blogs to comment and stuff. I really like this site so far. I’m really glad I found Blogjob.

    • #34845

      jkct01
      Participant

      Yes, I also like Blogjob very much – wish I had found it earlier.

  • #34277

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @thelme55 yes, I interact more than creating new forums or sites or groups

  • #34279

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @pramalkumarsamanta in what way it is funny May I ask?

  • #34280

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @misswulans yes joining groups can be fun, I did tried creating groups, not many members

    • #34369

      thisnthat
      Participant

      @peachpurple I think it really depends on if people make and join groups only for the points or if they actually intend to interact with the groups.

  • #34282

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @thisnthat yes it is a fun site

  • #34284

    pramalkumarsamanta
    Participant

    To collect points one by one is really funny in this site.

  • #34465

    peachpurple
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  • #34724

    pramalkumarsamanta
    Participant

    It is really nice proposal to join groups on any topic in any site.

  • #34843

    jkct01
    Participant

    I think we need to do both to actually enjoy the site. A blog post or two is good for making points but interaction is really where the fun is.

  • #34922

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @jkct01 yes, both have the pros and cons

    • #35086

      jkct01
      Participant

      where got cons? 🙂

    • #35306

      peachpurple
      Participant

      well if you write sites-blogs, people will read your articles, keep following you and know your expertise.

      I like to read blogs about tips and family related

  • #35153

    thisnthat
    Participant

    I think people need to be more active in the groups though. Too many of them have no content.

    I like writing blog posts. I like reading other people’s blogs as well. That’s kind of the point of this place, isn’t it? I mean, interacting is good, but content is important too.

    • #35305

      peachpurple
      Participant

      yes, i do noticed too that many don’t have sites yet, more on joins groups and forums

  • #42170

    munda23
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    I use both, daily two posts/sites for sure

  • #43308

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @munda23/ i post 1-2 blogs daily in order to hit 150 points

  • #43712

    Rish
    Participant

    Earlier I was creating sites but later I realize people don’t bother to visit you site, so better to stay in forums for more discussion.

    • #44115

      gina145
      Participant

      @mahirish The articles you write for your sites should be ones that will attract viewers from outside BlogJob, and preferably on topics that people will still be interested in a year from now. As Barbara said, you need to promote them on social media using your referral link. That way you’ll earn points when people visit your site and it will also help you complete some of the projects and increase your daily point limit. Interacting is fun, but our blogs are an important part of this site.

  • #43743

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @mahirish I agree with you that less people are reading our blog

  • #43745

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @barbrad i usually did all the sharing

  • #43764

    Rish
    Participant

    And thus making so long article has no sense here.

  • #43944

    Pamela
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    I love both. The key for me, because I don’t have a high limit on points yet, is to write 2-3 posts a day, for any three of my six sites, because then I still have enough points left to interact with people. If I use all my points writing blog posts, then I don’t feel like it’s really worth it to interact, and I love that part of it, so I make sure I’m not “spending” all my points on just writing posts. Once my limit gets higher, I may start writing more, but for now I love talking to people too much 🙂

  • #43967

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @mahirish you don’t have to write long articles because less people are reading.

  • #43968

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @pamela81 ditto here, I write 1-2 post here and left the remainders for interacting.

  • #44385

    Rish
    Participant

    You are right @peachpurple , less people are reading our blog.

  • #44404

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @mahirish yeah so sad. Why not you post your link on my profile page. Then I can read.

  • #44411

    Rish
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  • #44449

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @mahirish ok, reading now.

  • #44883

    Xavier Bage
    Participant

    I am new here. I have created a site but haven’t written a blog yet.Writing articles takes time but interacting in forum is interesting and less time consuming.
    Still, I plan to write my first blog soon. My site is- franxpel

  • #48802

    angie10
    Participant

    Like most people, I too enjoy both. I don’t want to have more sites than I can handle, so I must have the least amount of blogs on here LOL. But that’s ok, because I want to be able to blog as well as interact with fellow members.

  • #48806

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @xavierbage/ it is okay, take your time, we can wait

  • #48807

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @angie10/ I noticed that majority prefer to do both since both earns points

    • #48942

      angie10
      Participant

      I think I’d do both to avoid getting bored, @peachpurple. Too much of the same thing can be a drag LOL

  • #48814

    Nana
    Participant

    I like to do it all as much as I

  • #49059

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @nana/ good to try both

  • #49415

    munda23
    Participant

    I think both are useful but for the future perspective if you write blogs/sites then its better because you will get big advantage of visitors on your blogs/sites

  • #49516

    Anne Farmer
    Participant

    I see a lot of groups but some are just not overly active and created just for getting points.

  • #49806

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @munda23/ yes i agree with you, need both to clap hands

  • #49807

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @anne123farmer/ i agree with you, most are not active now

  • #49992

    Jessica
    Participant

    When I’m busy with school or job hunting I prefer using the groups and status updates. My blogs have been neglected recently, but when I post to them I make sure that the content is significant and somewhat interesting for an audience outside of me. For me, my preference changes based on my free time (or lack of).

  • #50238

    Shane
    Participant

    Of course, making my own site is important than joining groups.

  • #50520

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @anne123farmer/ I agree a lot of groups are left without any conversation.

  • #50521

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @iamshane487/ I create 2 sites daily , join already participated groups

  • #50522

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @rusty2rusty/ yes, I agree with you

  • #50668

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @rusty2rusty/ yes thanks for your advice, I would change my theme soon

  • #50673

    Xavier Bage
    Participant

    I’ve never joined a group. I wonder how it helps in collecting points. Do the members help one another in getting them?

  • #51818

    cgalavia
    Participant

    I am doing both,I write two blogs then the rest of the points will be on my interactions to some friends here.

  • #51819

    laksh
    Participant

    `Like @cgalavia , I post 2 blogs and the remaining points I get from other activities.. This is when I have time.. sometimes I post just one blog and get a few points for other things

  • #51842

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @laksh/ ditto here

  • #32030

    peachpurple
    Participant

    @saminac, yes a lot of interaction makes the community work out well

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