Lets talk about ...Blogger BULLY Bashing other Blogger's!!!

Time to just say NO !!!

The Big Taboo Topic- No Blogger talks about but sees every day. Lets talk about ...Blogger BULLY  Bashing other Blogger's

This thing we have called opinions is one thing but having your professional ways in check is so important. And having a blog never gives one permission to be a blogger bully. And I have been the victim of them many times. I just shake my head in disgust- because apparently I must be doing something right. Every day I get to get up, and do what I LOVE to do.  

I blog for my passion and pleasure and make a nice income to help support our family and  I get to do what I love each day!!!  Blogging saved my sanity after loosing my adult son tragically in 2008 and Chris would not want me to stop doing what I loved.

I do not look at other bloggers numbers and try to be like them. My Blog is not theirs and I make mine, my own.  Its been a 6 year start from the bottom of the ladder for me- and took allot of hard work. And I only plan to grow with my goals each day...The only one who can stop me is ME !

I can not preach enough that everything you do online, comments groups, etc is seen by Social Media Managers, PR Reps and Businesses. When you bash other bloggers in group pages, or leave nasty comments on their pages - all this is track able. Even if you think your leaving an anonymous comment on a blog - yes its so track able and so easy. In a matter of 1 minute I can track exactly who left the nasty uncalled message on my blog in a comment.

How many of those people with bad values and practice to " Bully" ( yes Bully other bloggers online) do PR Reps want to work with? Not many that is for sure. Watching grown women, parents bully other parents. Would you let that happen to your child at school? I bet the 100% answer would be "NO" . So why would you do it yourself?

My Best advice is when another blogger does this to you in a group forum. Keep focusing on your blog - because if you're in 100 group pages running around all day - how much blogging are you doing? How much content are you doing to enrich your blog?

Find the leaders in your niche, learn from them. Develop your own goals - every blog is different- its unique just like you, thoughts and teachings. Keep going - Never stop learning , with that you will reach success.

Blogger behavior like this, really does harm the whole blogging community. Act professional at all times - you leave your social foot print and smile everywhere you go- and you never know what great door will open up for you.

Now ask yourself, have I done this? If so answer only to yourself, forgive yourself, and make the steps to change it ! 

Be a Blogger Leader not a Blogger Bully !

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  1. I've definitely heard about this sort of blogging drama--thankfully I've always managed to stay far away from it, possibly because I have only a pretty small audience of my own!

  2. So ridiculous. I don't understand why people need to be so rude. Great article! Hopefully it helps some of those who have been, or are being, bullied.

  3. I appreciate your post! All the key points of bullying and staying away from drama queens/kings. But most of all, how we need to focus on what we love. Thanks for sharing!

  4. I think a good way to help others, apart from this very excellent reminder, would be to do another post and detail how you track those who have left such crap in comments.

    I don't understand why people feel the need to take others down. Misery loves company, I suppose :/

  5. I've been lucky not to have seen this in quite a long time. Bullies should be totally banned from the internet.

  6. I don't understand why people feel they need to have their voice heard. If you want to say something negative about people, just walk away. These people are just disturbed.

  7. Very well said. I, knock on wood, haven't been the center of blogger bullying. But I've seen it happen, and it's sad. As bloggers, we should support each other and build each other up. It's nothing short of immature when a blogger becomes a bully.

  8. What a wonderful post. I have seen this happen to so many people and I think that is why I try to stick to myself, but that is totally impossible when you run a blog. You need the help of a positive community of bloggers. I think that I have finally found one or two communities that I can feel comfortable in. I hope that more people read this post and realize the how harmful doing this act can be on you personally and professionally.

  9. You are so right! I am sick of seeing it online constantly. I always remind people to always remember that we aren't just bloggers, we are professional and we need to act like it. I am sick of seeing bullying on the internet, especially among bloggers! Thanks for sharing!