Blogging Interview Questions

 
1.
What are your opinions and thoughts on the psychology of webloggers? For example, what motivates people to link to another web page? What is the benefit? How do people feel about their weblogs?
2.
What are the most common blogging mistakes? What should webloggers do to prevent making these mistakes? Are there any "best practices" for weblogging?
3.
What is the best way to sell a blog? For example, how can a new weblog get recognized and how can old weblogs keep pulling people in? Is it just about having good content?
4.
Why is blog diversity good? Furthermore, do you think Voyeur Web tools (e.g., Blogdex and Daypop) decrease weblog diversity? Linking diversity?
5.
Why are links so important in weblogs? Do they do more than just connect web sites together?
6.
It seems to me that weblogs tend to point to the coolest news, or the most emotional news, versus the best news with fact checking and good sources. Do you think that is true?
7.
Do you think that weblogs are just a big popularity contest? Does not it seem that people just follow the pack?
8.
What do you think about weblogs that do not focus on news? I have seen weblogs with just photos, weblogs about playing games, and weblogs about sexual escapades. How do these weblogs contribute to the blogosphere and journalism and so forth?
9.
Weblogs have increased the speed of reporting news. Has the quality of news increased, decreased, or remained about the same? Why?
10.
Are there good times and bad times to post a story so that it enters the blogosphere rapidly? Are there good days and bad days too?
11.
What is dangerous about the blogosphere? What should people worry about?
12.
The blogosphere is a dimension of the media. What do you think about the people behind the scenes? What types of people are driven to run weblogs? What is the payoff and what does that mean for the health of the blogosphere?
13.
Can you imagine a time when weblogs have too much influence or too much power? Will this be any different than having five or six companies controlling the media, like we have today?
14.
What are your opinions and thoughts on the psychology of webloggers? For example, what motivates people to link to another web page? What is the benefit? How do people feel about their weblogs?
15.
What are the most common blogging mistakes? What should webloggers do to prevent making these mistakes? Are there any "best practices" for weblogging?
16.
What is the best way to sell a blog? For example, how can a new weblog get recognized and how can old weblogs keep pulling people in? Is it just about having good content?
17.
Why is blog diversity good? Furthermore, do you think Voyeur Web tools (e.g., Blogdex and Daypop) decrease weblog diversity? Linking diversity?
18.
Why are links so important in weblogs? Do they do more than just connect web sites together?
19.
It seems to me that weblogs tend to point to the coolest news, or the most emotional news, versus the best news with fact checking and good sources. Do you think that is true?
20.
Do you think that weblogs are just a big popularity contest? Does not it seem that people just follow the pack?
21.
What do you think about weblogs that do not focus on news? I have seen weblogs with just photos, weblogs about playing games, and weblogs about sexual escapades. How do these weblogs contribute to the blogosphere and journalism and so forth?
22.
Weblogs have increased the speed of reporting news. Has the quality of news increased, decreased, or remained about the same? Why?
23.
Are there good times and bad times to post a story so that it enters the blogosphere rapidly? Are there good days and bad days too?
24.
What is dangerous about the blogosphere? What should people worry about?
25.
The blogosphere is a dimension of the media. What do you think about the people behind the scenes? What types of people are driven to run weblogs? What is the payoff and what does that mean for the health of the blogosphere?
26.
Can you imagine a time when weblogs have too much influence or too much power? Will this be any different than having five or six companies controlling the media, like we have today?