I recently saw a clip of a well-known author who said, “Blogging is dead. People only watch videos.”
This was coming from someone who has sold millions of books and is still selling hundreds of thousands of books a year. To me, it sounded disconnected from reality.
People still like to read. Not everyone is addicted to watching videos. Just look at yourself. You’re reading this blog post.
If you’re like me, you also still read books.
What do people think? We’re all sixteen-year-olds who are glued to their phones, watching ticktock videos?
Give me a break. Blogs are not dead.
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