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Why blogging? Do you blog just because you're technical? Apparently not. This article will talk about why I write a blog myself.
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Why write blogs

1. Records

When I first started blogging, I wanted to record my learning process and some of my experiences. The so-called good memory is not as good as writing a bad pen, recording it, and deepening your own impression.

2. Share

Many of the doubts I have in my work and study are found solutions from other people's blogs, so I later thought, record the problems I encountered and share them with others, isn't this the so-called open source spirit?
And once you start sharing it with others, the structure and style of the article changes dramatically. Simply put, it is to enable a person who really encounters a similar problem to understand his article and solve the problem.
So the structure of such articles is generally as follows:
  • List out encountered problems
  • Organize the methods and reference data
  • Summary of the problem
Of course, other types of articles, such as the Curious Stories series, are relatively free in structure because they simply share interesting things.

3. Discussion

I didn't expect this at first, but I only realized it after reading an article by Chen Hao's predecessor "Why I Don't Write Articles on WeChat Public Account".
I hope that my articles and opinions are discussed, I hope that my articles can be corrected and criticized, and preferably provoke discussion and speculation, so that each of us can grow in communication. Many times, the article itself does not have much value, and the discussion and speculation it provokes is more valuable, which is the most correct posture for the article to spread.
At the moment my articles are few and the number of visits is small, but I hope that in the near future, my articles can also stimulate discussion and speculation!

Why build your own blog

A friend asked me, there are so many third-party blogs, why should I build my own blog?

1. My blog I have the final say

More and more third-party blogging platforms have begun to engage in membership systems, or add ads, or mess up content, which always makes me feel a little awkward.
But my own blog, I have the final say!
  • Whether there is an ad or not, I have the final say
  • I have the final say in what style
  • Even the review audit is up to me
Doesn't this feeling of control feel good?

2. Go back to writing itself

The meaning of the birth of a blog is to write articles, and the blog you build can keep yourself away from advertising, away from the mixed content of fish and dragons, and return to the writing itself.
Only by writing with a deep heart can you write good content.
 
 
 
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