Top 144 Blog Quotes

In this post, you will find great Blog Quotes from famous people, such as Chris Hardwick, Farah Khan, Seth Godin, J. B. Smoove, Sarah Cooper. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

I had a personal blog, but why does anyone care that I

I had a personal blog, but why does anyone care that I went shopping for hats?
Every person on Twitter is a critic. Every person who watches a movie will write a blog or a review. You can’t go out trying to impress these people.
One reason I encourage people to blog is that the act of doing it stretches your available vocabulary and hones a new voice.
I have my website, The Ruckus, which is an Internet site, similar to the Funny or Die format, where people post funny videos. I get a chance to rate their videos; they get a chance to blog and kick it with me.
When I finally accepted a full time job, I saw that as giving up on my artistic dreams. But three years later, I wrote a blog post based on life in the corporate world, which went viral and became the basis for my first book, which allowed me to quit my job to be creatively independent once again.
Put your blog out into the world and hope that your talent will speak for itself.
I love to see the rarest movies, the most talked-about movies and documentaries. I read all the reviews and compare them to see if it’s worth going! I have a secret movie critic blog I have shown no one or promoted, and I intend to keep it that way.
Since developing my blog and YouTube channel in 2013, Little Lights of Mine, I’ve connected with some of the most passionate people around the world.
There will be four ancillary shows on the MyMusic channel, and we’ll be updating an entire blog with up-to-the-minute music news. You can visit it like BuzzFeed or Pitchfork and get album reviews. It’s all as part of the sitcom experience, written by the characters.
I delve into cold cases by scouring the Internet for any digital crumbs authorities may have overlooked, then share my theories with the 8,000 or so mystery buffs who visit my blog regularly.
Michelle McNamara
My blog is not about repelling men, it’s about good fashion.
I’m constantly obsessing about brand. I think of my books in terms of brand. I think of my blog articles in terms of branding. How does it fit my branding? I think in terms of demographics.
One danger, when you’re writing lots of quick, opinionated blog items about the latest developments, is that you never get around to stating fully, in one place, what you think about a particular topic.
Mickey Kaus
I blog because I have something to say.
Anonymous blog comments, vapid video pranks and lightweight mash-ups may seem trivial and harmless, but as a whole, this widespread practice of fragmentary, impersonal communication has demeaned personal interaction.
In 1998, I started a blog, something I could control very easily and update at my own whim.
I’ve been blogging since February of 2001. When I started blogging, it was a dinosaur blog. It was me and a handful of tyrannosaurs. We’d be writing blog entries like, ‘The tyrannosaurus is getting grumpy.’
One of my favorite outfits is one I picked up on a trip to Chandigarh. I’ve worn it once and am skeptical about wearing it again in spite of loving it so much, thanks to the ‘fashion police‘ who won‘t wait a second to splash it out in the papers or feature me in the ‘same to same’ blog.
It’s called ‘I Wanna Thank You,’ and I’m encouraging everybody out there to blog, Tweet, Facebook, anything about it. Let’s sign a petition. The petition is called ‘Busta Rhymes Make ‘I Wanna Thank You’ Your First Single.’
I started my blog in 2002. That was pre-MySpace, pre-Facebook. That was back before newspapers realized they were going out of business. That was back when no one gave any credence to Internet writers.
Writing a blog that is free to read on the internet is one thing, but taking up physical space in the world with a product that costs money ups the ante, so the quality has to be at a high enough level for that.
Flickr was designed partly to market itself. There are a lot features, in place early on, that let people take their photo, upload it to Flickr and post them elsewhere, on their own Web site or their blog, which meant a lot of incoming links.
When I was first writing ‘Feed’ – which was the first book I published as Mira – I talked about it very openly on my blog, on Twitter, that I was writing this book, and it wasn’t until after it was sold that I said ‘Mira Grant‘ wrote this book. And the reason there was really purely marketing-based.
Franchesca and Sharkey, my French bulldogs, have their own blog. And they are brilliant at it.
An ignorant person with a bad character is like an unarmed robber, but a learned person with a blog is a robber fully armed.
Mickey Kaus
If there was a blog with five listeners or viewers, I had to be on it. Now I have to be on fewer media, but more substantive media.
For some, Into The Gloss is just a blog, and that’s cool. For us, it’s the connective tissue between us and you, and that has paved the way for the creation of a very different kind of beauty brand: Glossier.
In the beginning, my blog was exclusively read by my mom.
Some people have a blog that’s, like, ‘Today I brushed my teeth.’ Well, who cares? Who cares that you brushed your teeth. Okay – you brushed your teeth! That’s so massively egocentric, it’s just ridiculous.
I definitely feel like my blog is going edgy to broad and boring.
I’m terrible at posting regularly; I don’t deserve the blog success!
Literally, I don't have a television. So I don't really

Literally, I don’t have a television. So I don’t really know what’s happening pop-culturally. I read the ‘New York Times.’ And there’s one worldwide cabin blog that I look at.
Make sure you are the boss. I don’t think I would encourage executives that work for me to blog. There can be only 1 public vision for an organization.
On paper, I am a Tesla guy. I’ve got money, I’m a nerd, and for years I professionally ran a blog advocating for technology that helps decrease our impact on the environment. I love what Tesla does.
The digital native doesn’t send a letter to the editor anymore. She goes online and starts a blog.
I still blog, but I do think blogging will become obsolete, as there are more ways of interacting on the Web with low barriers to entry for people to engage and participate.
I’m not sure blogs are necessarily the best place to get a pulse on anything. People want to blog for a variety of reasons, and that may or may not be representative.
You know, some of the good part of blog theory was that blogs would be like diaries that the world could read. They would be spontaneous, whatever pops into your mind, as a diary would be.
I co-founded ‘bOING bOING’ magazine and the ‘Boing Boing Blog’ and was an editor at ‘Wired‘ from 1993-1998.
I’m aware of the fact that I don’t know how to do it all, but I want for my blog to be a place where people can come to ask questions so that I can look for the answers for them. That’s the kind of work that I did for my books, and I want to transition that to my blog for more of a community feel.
If I see something dubious, say on a blog or a Web site, and I don’t see it anywhere else, I’ll just go right to the source and check it out.
Al Michaels
In many ways, our marriage is anything but traditional. When I started my blog in 2006, Ladd was the only one that really understood what I was doing, probably before I even understood what I was doing. He wasn’t tech-savvy, but he just got it and was totally on board with it.
Here is what I am not going to do: I am not going to go to a restaurant, take pictures of my food, download them, and call that a blog. That is beyond the pale. The Internet is such a bazaar of self-indulgences that I don’t know why that particular one should bug me so much. But it really does.
I don’t Twitter or blog. I’m bad at small talk, and don’t have good ‘chat‘. Talk to me about publishing, and I can go on for hours.
Andrew Wylie
Studios might not be able to figure out my leanings, but anyone who visits my blog or reads my Twitter feed or meets me in person will realize right away that I am a huge superhero fan and a fanatic about Superman in particular.
Speaking of Twitter, I don’t even know if I composed a blog entry in 2009, as I was too busy parceling my every thought into cute 140-character sound bites. I used to only worry about being pithy for a living; now some of my best lines are wasted on a free app!
I had a blog for many years. Once you develop your readership on your blog, and you can put something out there or direct traffic or get attention – it’s like a super power.
There’s a lot I’ve yet to say about ‘American Idol,’ so I am excited about teaming up with ‘Idol Go Home‘ and starting my blog.
Brian Dunkleman
Never change the URL of your blog. I’ve done it once, and I lost much of my readership. It took several months to build up the same reader patterns and trust.
When I started my blog, it was really this one goal – I said, ‘I am not going to be famous to the world, but I could be famous to people on the Internet.’ And I set a goal. I said, ‘I’m going to win an award,’ because I had never won an award in my entire life.
Mena Grabowski Trott
I think all technology should be plug and play. I would say it’s easier to set up a blog than it is to change channels on your telly.
My blog is actually all self-photography unless it’s a photo shoot.
I need to get a wife. But it’s hard, you know, it’s hard to find a girl you can trust. Some of these girls, they want to go out with you so they can blog about you.
When I was writing ‘You Suck,’ in 2006, I constructed the diction of the book’s narrator, perky Goth girl Abby Normal, from what I read on Goth blog sites.
My blog is a celebration of the unexpected, settled, happy life I find myself living in Portland, Maine, at the ripe old age of fifty with someone I deeply love and am very happy with. That’s part of why I started the blog.
And increasingly, as people live online, we are used to making really snap judgments about somebody‘s character based on their Facebook page or the way their blog feels or look.
When I did stand-up at U.C.B., and I had a blog for a couple of years that started my writing career, ‘Totally Confident and Completely Insecure,’ it was the same kind of self-deprecating humor and stories about being out in L.A. and being treated like a loser at a hair salon because you are not famous.
I bought a Cartier nail bracelet to celebrate the fifth anniversary of my blog. It’s an investment piece, but it’s simple enough to wear every day, and it’s something that will last forever.
We need to accept that the commandments of God aren’t just a long list of good ideas. They aren’t ‘life hacks’ from an Internet blog or motivational quotes from a Pinterest board.
More academics should blog, post videos, post audio, post lectures, offer articles and more. You’ll enjoy it: I’ve had threats and blackmail, abuse, smears and formal complaints with forged documentation.
I started my blog when I was a senior in college, and I knew that all the people in my program were probably going to be applying for very similar jobs, so I needed something to separate my resume.
If you want to add visuals to your blog posts, presentations or whatever it is, and you’re as bad at drawing as I am, I think tracing photos is a good place to start.
I tend to approach giving interviews with the same sens

I tend to approach giving interviews with the same sense of circumspection and restraint as I approach my writing. That is to say, virtually none. When asked what I made of blogs like my own, blogs written by parents about their children, I said, ‘A blog like this is narcissism in its most obscene flowering.’
I’m hugely affected by what people think. It could be a million people saying, ‘Great.’ And then one person writes, ‘What the hell is this kid doing?’ and starts slagging me off, for some reason, and then I have to join in the blog and sign in under a different name and go,’Why don’t you like him?’
I launched Little Lights of Mine because I was a young, 23-year-old new mom. I was home at the time and looking for direction. I started the blog as a place to just share everything. It quickly turned into a food-based blog where I would share all of my favorite recipes.
My weekends are oases of time and space, where I am able to draw a breath and dive into the stuff I couldn’t get to that week – the great article I bookmarked, the friend whose emails I kept dropping, the blog post I’d meant to write on a subject that wasn’t timely but was still important.
I started working at Bravo in 2005, when I was offered a job by Lauren Zalaznick, the network’s chairman. She encouraged me to start a blog. I wrote behind-the-scenes gossip about ‘Battle of the Network Reality Stars,’ the first show I took on as head of current programming.
I read a blog about this young filmmaker in the Philippines who made a short film, and one of the characters in the film reads my novel and then starts discussing the novel with someone. The idea that my book can inspire another artist and be part of that other artist’s work… that’s the reason I write.
When I started my blog, I wanted it to be like my house – my own little place that anyone could come to.
I’ve made sure to always update my web properties constantly – Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, my Hypebeast blog… making sure I divided content across all of them to keep each outlet fresh to keep people coming back.
Read every book, blog, website, whatever, about what you want to be an expert in.
I will not stop my blog.
I don’t have much time to read. I’m more of a problem solver. I’ll have an idea or a problem, and I’ll learn what’s necessary in order to do the idea or solve the problem. If I need to read a book, then I will, but it usually comes down to researching on the Internet and reading blog posts.
It’s long been my dream to have myself declared incompetent so I could just practice all day, and blog, and not have to take care of any normal life things.
Jeremy Denk
What the Internet’s value is that you have access to information but you also have access to every lunatic that’s out there that wants to throw up a blog.
I must be the last person online to have been struck with this realization, but it’s amazing how the Internet has empowered hundreds of ordinary people, turning them into little Diane Sawyers and Anderson Coopers as they snap and blog away.
Bryan Burrough
I generally blog between 5:30 A.M. and 7 A.M. I will from time to time add something during the day, but for the most part blogging is an early morning activity for me.
I work out most days, normally first thing, and then I just see where the day takes me. I recipe test most days, do lots of social media and emails, but nothing else is constant. Some days, I film YouTube videos; other days, I have lots of meetings, work on blog posts, brainstorm ideas, and work on upcoming projects.
I do all my shopping on the Web. I do much of my research online. I have a blog, too. It is definitely a distraction. It is definitely a blessing. What blessing isn’t a distraction, though?
I have a slightly crap blog where I opine on anything that occurs to me and run the occasional silly competition.
Mark Lawrence
The cool thing about the Internet now is it’s democratized platforms. Like, anybody can create a blog. Anybody can give themselves some type of place where their work is visible.
I’ve been writing since I was very young, even before I was a teenager. As far as I’m concerned, I am a writer – whether my writing’s spoken or written in a blog, paper, book or printed on the side of a submarine.
English is still the unifying language in Sarawak and I use my blog and broadcasts to expose the outrageous deforestation which has seen 95 per cent of Sarawak’s rainforest cut down and replaced by logging and palm oil plantations which have enriched Taib and his family.
I have found, writing a blog, that being non-opaque is necessary. You pretty much have to say what you know in much more firm terms or risk that the legions who always know more than you do will tell the story better.
If you have a food blog and want to connect with a bigger audience, Nom is for you.
I receive the flak via nasty blog posts, letters, usually coming from very religious people who cannot reconcile how I could share spiritual message and at the same time teach about money.
Police blog or entertainment news, it’s just good to see your name in print.
I don’t have a particular go-to political blog.
Justin Amash
I try to be careful about wording. One of the things I’ve tried to combat in my blog is the notion that journalists are arrogant and unconcerned with the readership.
When I have something to say or share with my viewers, I turn to my blog, and even then, I make it clear that it is my take on certain events.
I love jotting down ideas for my blog, so I doodle or take notes on all kinds of stuff that inspires me: the people I meet, boutiques I visit, a florist that just gave me a great idea for an interior-design project, things like that.
While it may be difficult to get on the front cover of a major magazine, you can create marketing strategies and opportunities by being featured in a popular niche blog.
Be the authority on your product/company. You should know more about your product than anyone else alive if you’re writing a blog about it.
I guess to long story short it, I was really just worki

I guess to long story short it, I was really just working day jobs when I moved to New York and trying to pay the bills, working in restaurants and as a receptionist, and at one of those reception jobs, I just got so bored, I started a blog, honing my writing skills a little bit.
I have a severe Google Reader habit. I think people will use blog forms and Twitter to contrive fiction.
Patrick Nielsen Hayden
I have been writing my blog for several years. Whenever I have written about pertinent subjects, no one has supported them. For instance, the stray dog menace. I cycle in the morning every day, and I am still scared of stray dog attacks.
I enjoy writing about what I and my fiance, Debina Bonnerjee, are up to in my blog.
It’s incorrect to assume you can be a fashion editor because you blog, if you don’t have experience to look at fashion in a professional way.
I think the word ‘blog’ is an ugly word. I just don’t know why people can’t use the word ‘journal.’
You can’t hold up a blog; you can hold up a magazine.
What was so comforting was that the more I started being honest on my blog, the more people responded.
My fans don’t feel like I hold anything back from them. They know whatever I’m going through now, they’ll hear about it on a record someday. They’ll hear the real story. There’s a little bit of lag time. It’s not as instant as going on a gossip blog. But it’s much more accurate.
Blogs are amazing, and I’m so grateful to mine for giving me such a great platform to explore other ideas, but it’s just not practical to scroll through 30 pages of blog to find a dinner recipe.
In 2007, I went to work in Beverly Hills as an intern at The Collective, a talent management agency. I’d been scouted for the job because of a blog I’d started in college and because the blogger-turned-author I worked for, Tucker Max, was producing a project with the company.
Keeping a ‘CEO blog’ or ‘founder‘s blog’ can be a great platform for engaging your users in a nontraditional way, reaching people outside of your product pitch and building rapport without selling them anything except a belief in your ideas.
I deliberately keep myself apart from a lot of stuff; I don’t Tweet, I don’t do Facebook, I don’t blog, and that’s largely because I spend my working life staring at a screen and hitting a keyboard, I am trying to cut down on that, not increase it.
I had one girl send me an e-mail saying she wants to go out with me, but it’s like a two-pronged deal because she wants to blog the date. And I’m like, No! I don’t want to be on a reality show.
If you get people to commit to an email relationship, it’s the deepest, most intimate relationship you can have online. Much deeper than Facebook and certainly more intimate than a blog.
The digital component is enormous in not only wrestling but all of entertainment. Every day, you read a new blog or article on Netflix, Hulu, this program and that program. It’s where everything is heading.
The first inkling my husband had that I was thinking about suicide was when he checked my blog.
One of my favorite things about playing Avery Jennings on ‘Dog With a Blog’ is that I get to play a real teenager who deals with everyday issues.
G. Hannelius
If you write a blog post, you’ve got something to say; you’re not just creating words and synonyms. We’d like the computers to actually pick up on that semantic meaning.
The other day I was reading a blog and I linked over to Streisand’s Web site, and it was amazing politically. She’s so insightful and incisive. And she also says whatever she wants.
It’s not always easy for a mainstream organization to accept what a blog is.
My job, originally, was to write blog posts for their ‘HubSpot‘ blog. They have a business model built on content. Then I was writing e-books for them, and after I came back from L.A., they had this new plan to launch a podcast.
I suddenly had all of this time on my hands, so I just threw myself into the blog and then worked on photos, recipe development and networking with other bloggers, growing a following and growing it into something that could be a business.
I haven‘t heard of any cases of anti-American blog posts being censored or bloggers encountering consequences for anti-American speech on the web in China.
I started my blog back in 2009 because every Internet business and marketing seminar I watched at the time told me I had to. I had been trying to get a business started selling dating and life advice and was struggling.
It’s traumatic to meditate on the availability of information through the Internet, or the way we perceive the world as a result. People don’t experience things totally or viscerally anymore. It’s all through representation, be it a record on YouTube or a post on a blog.
We have lost the idea that something can be secret because it is valuable, not because it’s shameful. If you share everything with everybody, what have you got for yourself? I tweet and I blog, but I save a lot for myself. Not because I am ashamed.
My website, my email magazine, my blog, my books, my corporate seminars, and my public seminars all create the ability for social media to work and all build reputation and ranking.
While I’ve never asked my publisher to pull one of my books off the shelves, I have deleted tweets or blog posts that have drawn criticism.
A guy wrote a blog, way back when the Internet first started; the comments were so negative that it actually stopped me doing music for some time – about two, three years. It was after this one hip-hop project – Redfoo and Dr’Kroon. I wasn’t used to it. I didn’t like it. It lowered my self-esteem.
I wish more LPs would blog to help VCs and entrepreneurs understand them better.
Too many companies think they want to do a video blog t

Too many companies think they want to do a video blog to sell merchandise, but if you turn your site into QVC, you lose. I have an audience that trusts me. It’s about building a global brand – not selling four more bottles of Pinot Grigio.
I hate to be general, but I rely on Andrew Keenan-Bolger for all things music. Every season, he releases a mixtape on his blog of the most incredible and current music. I download it instantly, and it gets me through the season and keeps me educated musically.
Max von Essen
The challenges of writing a book are very different from writing a blog or tweets. I’ve been writing a blog since I was in the 6th grade, so I had this style of writing that was definitely not proper for writing a book.
If you want to fight the evil you see in finance and industry, get to work reading the corporate filings, see if there has been fraud, and where you find it, report it to the SEC or write about it or blog about it.
Think both big and small. Loving to bake doesn’t only mean becoming a baker. It could mean starting a blog, becoming a food photographer, or going into organic chemistry.
Watch ‘Dog with a Blog’ to get a good laugh, to see me, of course, and to see an awesome, awesome talking dog who is the cleverest, most awesome dude in the world. He’s really, really adorable and cute, and it’s really cool seeing what kind of tricks he has up his sleeve.
Blake Michael
I’ve tried in the past to blog about ghostwriting and have failed. I have a lot of opinions on the whole issue, and I’m constantly censoring myself to make sure I don’t just sound like a bitter writer.
If you still use ‘admin’ as a username on your blog, change it.
By having a blog, you can make yourself very accessible to your target audience. You can leave comments open on your blog so you can learn exactly what your audience likes about what you’re doing with your business and about what they think you should change.
We all need to focus on our writing. Because the millions of readers out there don’t care about your blog.
People used to ask me questions on my blog about how to break into the acting industry. You often have to start out in parts where you have very few words, but you still have to try to make an impact.
I started my blog as an online diary. I moved to New York for a job, and I kind of wanted to keep my pictures all in one place. Also, I just love style blogs and wanted to join in on the fun!
It’s crazy to think my blog is being read by people around the world.
Each piece of content you create should lead your readers further down the path to purchase. Typically, sales and leads won’t happen until a prospect has had multiple points of contact with you, so don’t expect sales after a single blog post.
The best part of owning a blog is the fact that you are in control. You can write about anything you want to write about. You can decide how your blog looks. You can decide who to target. You can decide how to monetize the blog. You have full control!
I think my blog is fairly circumspect and elliptical. I’ve written personal essays, but they are short and to the point: in and out, and that’s that.
I’m always amazed by people who blog all the time and tweet all the time, and still get things done. I don’t know how they do it.
I don’t go to events to have my picture taken. I don’t really care if my name is mentioned on a blog. It’s not my thing.
Blogging is a great way to show your talents and interests to prospective employers, while adding an edge to your resume. If you blog consistently it shows your dedication, passions and creativity – all of which are key attributes employers look for in job candidates.
During the day, I don’t read too much of the blog traffic, but then at night, I read transcripts of all of the network packages, and then I watch the wires and some of the political blogs.