Bloggeries is going to look at another personal blog, and this blog is called Pinoy Dreamer. Pinoy Dreamer is a blog that ‘started in dreams, and ended in reality’. The blogger is a 20 year old blogger from the Philippines, and is currently working on his CPA. He has been a writer since elementary school and has always enjoyed writing essays, sports reviews, and more. The blogger wishes you will join him on his quest of making his dreams a reality. He has started from scratch and has not gained anything yet, but is still dreaming that his efforts will not be wasted. He wishes you will join him and together he and his readers can make their dreams a reality. You can see what he means by this by checking out any of his most recent bloggeries: The after grad sentiments, Extending My Traffic Sources, PDmo#2, I’m Back, No More Monthly Hosting Bills for Me, I’ve Spent $7.15 for a New Blog, The Making of a CPA: Some Useful Tips to Consider, and How to Properly Account Your Blog’s Income Part 1: Recognizing Revenue.
This blog will get a 2.6/5 for now, but I attribute this primarily to the fact that this is a fairly new blog and with some time and some tweaks this blog will do well. From a navigation standpoint the blog is a little disorganized with so many navigation systems. The top navigation bar offers two about pages, and one should be deleted to maintain a professional look. In the first about page the reader is taken to a standard wordpress page and this should be deleted. As for the about page itself, I am not quite sure what this blog is about. It appears to be a personal blog, but the blogger only writes about making dreams a reality and does not quite specify what the intention of the blog is. The blogger needs to clarify this for his readers a little bit. I did find more information about the blogger in the blog’s third about box, which is located in the footer of the blog. Unfortunately I did not see this until well into the review, and this may affect the blogger’s credibility with its readership if the readers can not connect fully with the blogger. Moving this will improve the visibility of the blogger as well. The content is well written and in a strong personal voice that readers will identify with, but activity is weak with content coming in with a week or more in between bloggeries. For such a young blog, I do recommend much more regular, if not daily, bloggeries to bring in traffic and to sustain the credibility of the blogger. This blog however does offer a lot of potential, and with a little organization it could be a very good blog for its readership. Finally I noticed many ad spots available; you may wish to try our blog directory affiliate program.
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