Who is Your Audience?

This is a question I have asking myself for a little while now. 


Who is my audience?   I think I lost that focus over the last year or two and just recently I started questioning what I wanted to do with my blog.  I have a small (but dedicated) group of followers who I treasure.  I however was stuck on the numbers.  It's hard not to be but I think that was just taking a toll on me, making me dread coming up with the "perfect" blog post. I also felt like I was being pulled into something I didn't want to do.  I didn't like being told what I could and couldn't post on my blog.  I felt like I was losing something I worked hard to build. 


The last day of BlogHer10 there was a session called Little Fish in a Big Pond - Understanding, Accepting and Loving Your Small Blog.  In that session I knew I wasn't alone and it was such a comforting feeling.  I walked out of that session feeling so good about my decision.

My audience is me (and others just like me).  If my random babbling touches one person, success!  I will no longer worry how many comments I get and stress over the numbers in my stats.  I lost who I was along the way and I have no found myself again. 

I hope this post helps someone out there who was struggling like I was.  So I ask you this....

Who is YOUR audience?

If you are interesting in the liveblogging of the session, it's available here!

Recent Posts by atruckerwife

Comments

In order to comment on BlogHer.com, you'll need to be logged in. You'll be given the option to log in or create an account when you publish your comment. If you do not log in or create an account, your comment will not be displayed.