If you run a blog or website then you can expect your personality to come across in a big way. First and foremost of course, your personality is going to play a role because of the way you write and this will be immediately apparent when reading our posts. Chances are that you will write mostly about the things you find exciting and interesting, and the way you express yourself is probably going to be routed in the way you express yourself out in the real world. The amount of humour you use in your site and even the length of articles will all speak volumes about who you are.
But that’s not the only way your personality makes its way into your online efforts. Read on to see how else this can have an effect…
The marketing you do is also something that will reflect your personality and this is important to bear in mind. Some of us are simply better at promoting ourselves than others and will be able to shout our message from the rafters, while others will want to be more modest about our work. This is why some people need to use SEO companies to do their promotion for them – if you won’t market yourself because it doesn’t suit your personality then you need an internet marketing firm that will.
Of course your design will reflect your personality in many ways, and your use of colours and layout can suggest all kinds of things about yourself. A bright red and yellow website for instance might very realistically suggest a more outgoing and extraverted personality. The key is to make sure that you don’t make your site for you and that it is first and foremost for your audience. Market research and web design firms can help you achieve this.
Likewise your use of whitespace, your variable names and your comments might reflect your personality. Someone who writes lots of comments and uses lots of whitespace, clearly thinks ahead of themselves and thus makes sure that their code will be easy to follow in the future. On the other hand, someone who writes a lot of code without worrying much about spaces and organization, might be less organized in real life but also more focussed on the problem at hand rather than making it look presentable. No way is ‘right’ or ‘wrong’, but it is interesting to note the differences.
Of course it’s also worth bearing in mind that bloggers tend to have a similar kind of personality in some ways to begin with. Most bloggers will probably like technology and thus have quite a logical and systematic way of thinking, but will also probably be passionate and interested and enjoy expressing themselves if they write a lot. Another thing that’s worth bearing in mind is that blogging regularly could alter your personality as well. There is a two way causality here to consider…
Author of this post, Jake Cornwall is an indpendant SEO. He has sound knowledge of web designing and shares it with people via his articles. A music lover, he likes playing his guitar in his spare time.
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