Since Covid, there has been this yin / yang conversation happening about where and how to work. Throngs of people returned to their homes to try to diminish the virus but, as a by-product, also realised the enjoyment and benefits of not having to spend ninety minutes (twice a day) commuting back and forth from home to office and vice versa. Lightbulbs went off stating “hey, this doesn’t make much sense.” And, so the world of work now floats in a statis of sorts, where you can define where you want to work.
And, to get to the point of this post, that ethos, as it were, has migrated into the world of bloggers as well as workers. Blogging has remained a popular and diverse platform for individuals and organizations to share their thoughts, experiences, and expertise on a wide range of topics, even during COVID. Influential bloggers often had significant followings and could monetize their content through advertising, sponsored posts, and other means.
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