After submitting this post to a discussion on Blog Catalog titled, "Tell Me Your Blog and I will Tell You How It's Perceived By Your Readers," the post originator, Zack Brandit, was kind enough to give me this response:
Thanks a lot for joining the discussion. It was very interesting to read your posts where you try to let your readers understand how you perceived the Bible.
Sometimes believing that the word is viewed through their own perception,similar bloggers Assist their readers to achieve awareness is significant for them so that they can utilize this awareness to further strengthen their message and information.
Your writing style is methodical and follows a unique, personal pattern. An introduction with a Bible verse, you ask many questions in each post but you are not trying to respond all of them, :-), you give your own opinion.Your blog can sometimes be perceived as harsh or passionate.
Also, similar blogs do not really care about a personalized domain name until they get what they perceive as enough followers to warrant such a thing. They consider their message more important than their name.
Advertisements do not typically appear on their blogs, unless they are a reflection of their own inner world because they often feel a need to control the content. Most often when advertisements are present, the purpose is to support their ideas in the form of organizations, institutions and books.
Your blog may be perceived like an Admonisher:
The AdmonisherEager to inform and encourage a particular way of thinking, the Admonisher is a master communicator. Based on a combination of conviction and facts, Admonishers are encouraging us to be mindful of our ethical behaviour.
The Admonishers are standing in the hallway, pointing to the door they wish for their readers to open, metaphorically. They seek to speak to our conscience. They can be the voice of reason or speak from the perspective of the “devil’s advocate”. They want to provide their information with all or some topics ranging from why we exist, how we can make a difference to are we making things better, worse or working toward a shift of some kind. They encourage us to be accountable for our actions.
However, first and foremost, Admonishers are creative people. Known for being capable and crafty communicators, they use their storytelling abilities to convey their message. They tend to be quite persuasive and typically people will consider the Admonisher’s information and reflect on past and future choices, whether they are perceived by others as good or bad. Regardless of the choice of the reader, helping people reflect deeply about their actions is important to the Admonisher. Their inspired mind and specific angle differentiates them from others and creates their feeling of purpose within society.
Admonishers believe that the world is viewed through one’s own perceptions. Assisting their readers to achieve this awareness is significant for them so that they can utilize this awareness to further strengthen their message and information. Admonishers are often writing long but intriguing monologues to explain their “inner” world. This means it is important to them for their readers to know why and how the world should exist a certain way. Interaction is not their forte and they will not seek to intermingle on other grounds such as social networks, they merely wish to convey their message.
Their writing style is methodical and follows a unique, personal pattern. Depending on the bloggers’ personality and experiences in life, some Admonishers may be perceived as harsh or passionate, while others are ostensive or rhetoric. Others may tell great anecdotes, but the focus always returns to the conveyed messages.
Admonishers are often quite knowledgeable and deliver their information based on their own interpretations. They often demonstrate their thoughts by various means to be sure to get their message across to their readers. Most Admonishers use a clear, concise layout and menu. They will also have a limited list of links to related blogs within their own blog (aka blog roll) and few external links. The focus lies on the content and not actual format of the blog, despite their creativity.
Most Admonishers do not really care about a personalised domain name until they get what they perceive as enough followers to warrant such a thing. They consider their message more important than their name.
Advertisements do not typically appear on their blogs, unless they are a reflection of their own inner world because they often feel a need to control the content. Most often when advertisements are present, the purpose is to support their ideas in the form of organisations, institutions and books. Persuading others to follow their advice, message or utilize their information is frequently viewed by the Admonisher as being more important than money.
Your Admonisher Zilhouette
Thanks for your feedback
Thank you Zack, for kindly taking your time to review my blog. :)