Who Should We Invite to Join BlogBourne.com?

When a site like BlogBourne.com comes to our attention, one of the first things we might think about is that we should tell our friends. We might think everyone should invite everyone they know to join BlogBourne.com and do it now. What could be wrong with this idea?



Many we know might love to join BlogBourne.com because they have the spirit of a writer. However, some of our family members and friends may think it is not the site for them. Even when we know our friends are writing on other sites, they might say they are not interested at this time.

We can all keep in mind that some might have been disappointed along the way by another site and they now want to take it slow. Perhaps these friends or family members might want to join BlogBourne.com for the purpose of interacting with others, even though they may not want to write an article here now.

It does take a sincere interest in writing for most to contribute to any site where others will be reading and commenting on what has been written. Members must allow others to express their opinions and sometimes actually criticize or disagree with what a writer has said. If someone we think would make a great BlogBourne.com member can’t handle these issues, perhaps we should not pressure them to join.

One thing we might want to think about doing before we push someone into joining BlogBourne.com or any other site is how they will benefit the site. A disappointed writer can be discouraged and sometimes bring down a small group of friends in a short time.



This does not mean we should not mention BlogBourne.com to everyone. We never know who might be the next great writer here. Weren’t we all invited by someone thinking we might have something interesting to share?

 

 

 

 






  • Comments

    1. Profile photo of Nona
      Nona

      New members will help the site grow, so it is good to invite many people.

      At the same time it is important that most of the people who join and write here can put sentences together in a coherent order.

      Sites with a majority of posts that leave you thinking, “What did I just read?” have a tendency to fade away.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Your point about posts that make us question what we just read might be exactly why some sites are now closed.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        It is difficult at times to help others understand when another site might be a good choice.

    2. Profile photo of Kyuminette
      Kyuminette

      I have some friends online that I have invited here because I know that they like writing but my neighborhood friends are not interested to join because they do not have talent to write.

    3. Profile photo of N Sri Naga Jyothi
      N Sri Naga Jyothi

      Immediately I heard about this site I just passed the information in the face book and asked my friends to join because this site is something different from others and there is a chance of earning more, i joined then why other members / writers can’t get this nice opportunity.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        It won’t be for everyone. Some do not like to write of share. But here, those who enjoy reading and can also like and comment and be compensated.

    4. Profile photo of Barbara Radisavljevic
      Barbara Radisavljevic

      It seems many new sites jumped in to fill the void when BlogJob stopped paying. I joined another site first, and did invite some people, but I much prefer this site. I do let my writing friends know about this site — the pros and cons of joining — and encourage them to make up their own minds whether it’s a good fit. Many of my friends have completely given up on social blogging sites because so many of them have failed.

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      Dawnwriter

      Over the years we have come to know a lot of people who want to earn by writing online. We should tell them about any new site that we join but we also have to be careful to invite only those who can be an asset to the site .

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Yes, these ones might really be an asset to the site and we would all enjoy interacting with such writers too.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Well Donna, although I invited several and they joined, I did not give them the proper referral link! Isn’t that funny? Remember a site that paid us something like 20 cents for a referral? Anyway, hope those who join are happy-it seems to be such a fun site.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Most of us feel this site is going to be great and are willing to put in some effort to assist as much as we can!

    6. Profile photo of Sandy KS
      Sandy KS

      If this site does indeed start paying, I plan on doing a review on it on my blog with my referral link. It will help bring more members in.

      As of now, I have asked a few peopel to join. Which has declined. They are doing the wait and see approach.

      1. Profile photo of Pat Z Anthony
        Pat Z Anthony Post author

        Most writing here have had a bad experience along the way. This site might help them see a new day.

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      ParkerRose

      I am always excited to hear about a new writing site to join. Unfortunately, they don’t always work out the way we plan. Hoping this time we can all have fun and meet new writers and bloggers.

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