Congratulations to Vox Popoli for reaching 200 Million Views:
First, it underlines the importance of consistency. If you're not going to post at least 3-4 times per day, you're much better off contributing regularly to a group site. Very, very few one-man blogs have survived the demise of what used to be known as the Blogosphere.
In the case of Vox Day, he's not including his 150 IQ and his unique insights. 3-4 posts per day are not unheard of especially on Twitter and Facebook. I was easily reaching that amount on Facebook. I stopped posting on Facebook, which is a good thing, and now posting on my Blog. What a waste of insights on Facebook that I have since deleted.
Vox Day's shorter posts are an encouragement that you don't need to say much for an interesting post.
I don't think anyone I know anyone personally in Puerto Rico who actually reads my blog.
But so what? I write because I am compelled to and have been doing so since being a teen. I write for my children and grand children. I hope that they will learn from the mistakes and observations I have made. I may die before they reach an age where they can comprehend what I write.
And if it helps others along the way, that's a bonus.
The blogosphere/literature world is where I am one of the most ignorant and low IQ. And for that, it feels great to know how much I am learning from these giants around me and share what I have learned to those I care about. I am inferior.
There's so much more I can post about because there's still so much I have to learn, and for that I am so grateful that others much more insightful and intelligent share their knowledge with me.
I marvel how I have been transformed by Logos communicated by scribbles on a piece of paper.