Interview with Ozias Sanchez, who’s also called “Mozes,” First Year of Freedom, Part 2
Tell me about some of the people you’ve met while working on your blog?
Well, I don’t spend too much time going around from blog to blog, so the only blog I look at regularly is Marcia’s blog: Inside Journeys. And I have to say, although I really don’t have a particular interest in traveling, her blog is a lot of fun to read.
Name some of the bloggers whom you look up to and why?
Well, like I said, I don’t actually read other people’s blogs, so I don’t know anybody in specific I look up to, but I’d have to say anybody who gets more than 1000 views a day.
Do you think Pagerank plays a vital role in a blog’s life?
Any blog that wants a steady access of new viewers, yes.
What would you prioritize? Content? SEO? Traffic? Readers?
In all honesty, content. I don’t really care if tons of people read my blog or not. I mean, yes, it’s nice to have people stop by every once and a while and leave a comment, but I’m more concerned with practicing my writing than actually getting people to come see it.
What’s the best thing a blogger can give to his/her readers?
Something that they can read to get away from the world, or relate to. Nothing beats the feeling like somebody who feels the same way you do.
A lot of people are interested in blogging for the money earning potential. What are some tips for people interested in making money from blogging? What are some realistic expectations in regards to what can be made?
Money from blogging? If this is your goal, don’t get your hopes up, this is definitely a hard goal to reach. All I have to say is, if you want to make money from blogging, you better have an interesting opinion on controversial subjects, or be an expert at something used every day. Unless you’re somewhere along those lines, don’t expect much.
What was the most challenging moment in your blog content development process and why?
Probably the theme of the blog, because it’s the biggest part about your blog that you have to keep consistent, so I was having trouble deciding something like that.
Everyone has a favorite/least favorite post. Name yours and why?
My favorite post is my Lady Gaga one, because it got tons of views, and I’m really proud of it, and my least favorite one is probably the one about the aliens. I had nothing to write about, so I had to pull something straight out of my… well, never mind. I mean, the post is still truthful.
What’s your take on sponsored reviews?
Don’t pay to do something that can be easily done on your own for free.
If someone was interested in blogging, what would be a few things you would suggest?
Don’t blog about what you had for lunch, unless it was still alive.
Any final thoughts?
Nope, just thanks to Marcia for the interview!
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