chatillion 70
3157 posts
6/15/2014 3:49 pm
Blog Participation...


We have a very small group of people blogging.
Either you like blogging or you don't but I'm wondering if it would be possible to bring more people here, hopefully they will like self expression and join us. Any suggestions?

beyondfantasy3 111
4737 posts
6/15/2014 4:59 pm

Write about romantic fantasy, and you'll probably get plenty commentary.


chatillion 70
1537 posts
6/15/2014 5:04 pm

Oh, maybe I should talk about a psycho girlfriend I had and the night she was flying around the bedroom on her broomstick!


chatillion 70
1537 posts
6/16/2014 3:20 am

Yes, but I'm afraid it will taint the waters for future relationships. It's not good to talk about Jerry Springer and the exorcist on a first date!


woaini1947 59
3973 posts
6/16/2014 8:36 am

The only time there is any benefit to having s+x after 60 is if you have the ability to find someone considerably younger than sixty who still wants to do it with you.


chatillion 70
1537 posts
6/17/2014 9:44 pm

    Quoting warmfamily:
    The lack of participation in this blog about blog participation - where even the original poster lacks the interest to respond - is a good example of why there is not more participation in the blogs.

    Toooooo funny.
Warm... I didn't realize it was so important (to you) that I monitor and perpetuate all my blogs. Sorry... Despite a hectic schedule I'll try to do better n the future.

I always believed blogs are short term. Fresh bread tastes great on the first day and not quite as good on the second day. My goal is to get in a few varied subjects that cross my mind each week.

With that thought, I believe generating reader interest would be to have a group of followers always looking to see me post NEW MATERIAL.


chatillion 70
1537 posts
6/18/2014 10:20 am

I blog on another site where blog 'conversations' are prohibited.
They have forums for ongoing discussions.
Some places don't allow comments. If you message (e-mail) the blog poster, he chooses the right to comment about his/her comments.

I tread on think ice here as some of my blogs and blog comments were not acceptable.


woaini1947 59
3973 posts
6/19/2014 9:03 am

The participation here has changed dramatically over the years. When I first joined the Magazine had a large following and there were quite a few participants. At times there were heated arguments to the point that even a few reputations were tarnished. I think that many (not all) of the women who used to respond were either doing so to be noticed or have since found a suitable mate. Now the blogs have taken over and since topics are created bearing the originator's name, the subjects are not always as thought provoking and maybe therefore do not generate as much interest. The magazine sometimes had responses from members who struggled with English but their meaning was understood and their participation; welcome. The blogs seem to be separated by language and people generate topics and respond in their native tongue so we have evolved to where we are now. I think that it is up to Chinese FriendFinder management to structure this site to make it more interesting and productive. Those who participate here have probably done as much as they can within the parameters set by Chinese FriendFinder chiefs.