Bloggers have always been able to write anything they please without fear of reprisal. But, with the advent of social media, can bloggers still write random things without fear of being grouped together with those who post nonsense?
There really is no definitive answer to this question since it largely depends on the blogger and their individual sensibilities. For some, randomness may be a key part of their blog identity and writing style.
Others may find it disruptive or unprofessional. Ultimately, it’s up to the blogger to decide what they deem acceptable and inappropriate content for their blog.
That being said, there are a few general guidelines that can help bloggers stay within acceptable bounds when posting random things online. First and foremost, make sure that your content is well-researched and fact-based.
This will help you build credibility with your readers and avoid embarrassing yourself in the eyes of Google search algorithms.
Secondly, be mindful of your tone when writing random things online. You don’t want your blog to come across as juvenile or unprofessional.
Stick to topics that are relevant to your blog audience and avoid discussing topics that might be sensitive or controversial.
Finally, be aware of the social media platforms where you post your random thoughts. Some platforms (such as Twitter) are more informal than others (such as Facebook).
Use these platforms accordingly to ensure that your content remains respectful and professional.