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What Kind of Blogger Are You?

What Kind of Blogger Are You?

I took a few bloggy quizzes, here are my results...


#1. Quizony. Cooking Blogger: 'You love home, family, and cooking. You're a homebody and proud of it! When you cook, it's like magic! The things you do in the kitchen are amazing and wondrous. You have a warm and welcoming personality, and are always happy to be there for other people.'

Hmm...


#2. Persuasion Nation. The Guru: 'You are a natural teacher and a lifelong learner. Every time you learn something new, you just can't wait to share it. Your audience looks up to you as their role model, and in turn you really care about them and you want to see them succeed.'

I like it! Perhaps one day I'll live up to it.


#3. Blog Things. Snarky Blogger: 'You've got a razor sharp wit that bloggers are secretly scared of. You're honest and critical. You never hold back, even if you're opinion is controversial. Okay, let's be honest. You try to make your posts as controversial as possible! And that's why your audience reads your posts as often as they can.'

Err, maybe not.


#4. Go To Quiz. 87% Healthy Blogger: 'The future of blogging is in your hands. Have you ever considered starting a school? You should think about offering advanced education in blogging! Maybe, become a Blogging Professor.'

The future's bright...


#5. Helen In Between. Lifestyle Blogger: 'You are multifaceted, just like your blog! You like to blog about a myriad of subjects and have many passions. You understand the power of the written word and know how fast our globalized world is changing- that's why you blog about multiple topics!'

I'm not sure how true that is, but it sounds inspiring so I'm happy to roll with it!


What answers did you get? Let me know in the comments. :)



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