Anime Blogging: Not A Walk in the Park


Blogging not easySome people seem to think that anime blogging is such an easy task. Well, of course not. Whoever said that clearly did not have a good grasp of what it means to write good and high-quality anime blogs. You don’t just simply sit down and write whatever it is that you want to write. It takes a lot of discipline and hardwork to be able to deliver an effective message, because the truth is, you’re writing not just for a world that loves anime, but also (and this is the more important part), for a world that doesn’t.

This is why there are also a few rules that must be followed in anime blogging. There are things you have to do, and there are things which you must never do. What you’ll find below are some of the things that you must not do, when you go blogging about anime.

Some Don’ts when Writing About Anime

  • First things first: don’t, please don’t write in excessively long sentences. Learn how to manage your points. Remember that anime is much similar to comics, and comics is definitely not a contest in essay-writing. Your readers are reading not because you’re such a good prose writer. They’re reading your work because you’re able to deliver to an anime-related message in a way that’s true to the spirit of anime. Don’t disappoint them.

  • Second, don’t have a messy appearance for your blog background and design. Keep in mind that the reason you were drawn to anime in the first place was mainly because the drawings were beautiful and artistic. Don’t allow your blog to be anything less than that. Stay true to the spirit of what led you here.


  • Third, don’t forget to proofread your work. Please. This cannot be emphasized enough. Too many bloggers out there are falling back into the excuse of “Grammar is not that important”, but really, it is. Good quality in writing assures your readers that you really take responsibility for your content, which is always a good sign. This also makes them want to read your work over and over again, giving your more subscribers than ever before.

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