World of Warcraft Blogging

“Writers are a little below clowns and a little above trained seals.”
John Steinbeck

World of Warcraft Blogging

I’ve been blogging on WoW for about two years now. I consider my little corner to be pretty modest. Like everyone, I started with zero views and have slowly built up to being invested in a small community of dedicated bloggers and always looking for more.

I don’t promote myself at all. I try to write about every day experiences and make sure I visit other writers.

I sincerely believe that players are looking for answers. And more information than can be found in the guides, as really good as they are!

And, today, I am astonished!

I looked at my stats (using WordPress) for the month of November and my blog was visited by 44 different countries in November. That amazes me because day-to-day I’d not notice that. If you are blogging too, look at that statistic and I think you’ll be pleased.

The World of Warcraft is surely international. In my opinion, if I had such a wide range of visits, then people are looking for answers. I only hope that I am giving good stuff to read, right?

The other fun part is sometimes I can see a visitor clicking through and reading many of my posts in one sitting. That has to be the most flattering thing ever!




Keep writing, my friends, it is a service to the community and to the world … of Warcraft. 44 different countries in one month to my little site is a lot!

8 thoughts on “World of Warcraft Blogging

  1. Hah, I had no idea one could see that, I never been at my Dashboard much. That is so cool. Well, I count for one country at least! Blog on 😀

    Lol, at that quote you included, hilarious.

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  2. That is awesome 🙂

    One of the things I really enjoy about World of Warcraft blogging, in addition to the internacional aspect, it’s how intergenerational it is. We’ll see early and late twenties, thirties, forties and beyond. The Dashboard doesn’t give this metric, but we can understand it from all the details and personal notes. And amazingly, this doesn’t produce conflict, quite the opposite: everyone takes something new from each piece of feedback.

    It’s so amazing how a game can bring people together, and how everyone’s mindset here is “this is something we both enjoy, no need to be toxic” as opposed to the battle net forums where people seem to be on the “I enjoy this more, and I know more, so I must belittle everyone else”.

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