My Top 10 Blogging Pet Peeves

Blogging is an incredible creative outlet for me, but like anything it can have some aspects which can be irritating. This post is by no means a rant, I love blogging. I thought I would share my pet peeves and see if other bloggers can relate.

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1. The Follow/Unfollow “Game”

This unfortunately goes on so much and on various social media apps, it is so silly. Most people now have apps to find unfollowers, so to be honest it is a waste of time following just to unfollow. It can be so frustrating when you are trying to build a community.

2. Copying Of Content

This has not happened to me, but I have seen it happen to other bloggers before. It is so disrespectful to have all a blogger’s research, writing and photographs copied. If you like an idea/theme a blogger has written about, acknowledge the blogger and credit them when writing your post.

3. Trying to balance life, work and blogging

Blogging is not easy and takes so much time, the researching, the writing, the photography and editing just to name a few elements. But working as well, it can sometimes be quite overwhelming. I have been planning ahead to ensure I have enough time to have a healthy balance. Using my planner and planning out my content has been so helpful.

4. General Comments

I see it on my some of my posts and on other bloggers’ posts and you get comments like “Nice” or “Great Post”. But you are left wondering, what was great about it? What was nice? Did they even read it? Even if people dislike the post or don’t agree, offering constructive criticism can be so helpful to a blogger. I like to read posts and leave genuine comments as I know how much hard work and effort goes into their posts. Also, if you leave genuine comments, people will want to do the same.

5. Auto Dm Messages

These can be quite irritating ha ha. I just find it so impersonal to receive an auto dm, I would much rather talk to that person and share links and read their content that way. It shouldn’t be forced.

6. Bloggers using the #BloggersWanted or #Bloggersrequired incorrectly

This is such a pain because there are so many hashtags to use to promote your blog or a particular post. These hashtags in particular are specifically to help brands/bloggers find bloggers for collaborating opportunities and it is harder to find these opportunities when others are using those hashtags incorrectly.

7. Writers Block

I have had this happen to me twice in the time I have been blogging and it is so irritating! When it happened I took myself away from my screens for a few hours, was creative with colouring or go outside. I would also search online, do research and scroll Pinterest for inspiration.

8. Brands asking for a collaboration with no payment 

Every blogger knows how hard it is to post consistent content so when brands reach out, but do not offer any payment/or product or only offer a discount code for their products. I mean I personally feel like it is a slap in the face. Just remember the work you put in and your worth. You can say no!

9. Having to register to a company in order to comment 

Like a lot of people I don’t really want to be registering to another company and being spammed ha ha! I think it is definitely a good idea to make it easy to leave comments on your blog.

10. Influencers paying for followers

If you want to pay for followers, that is your own personal choice, I personally wouldn’t as I like genuine connection with real people. The only reason it is a pet peeve of mine is because when brands want to work with influencers with a certain following, it is not a fair playing field for those said opportunities.

Can you relate to any of my pet peeves? What are your biggest blogging pet peeves? I’d love to hear in the comments.

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98 comments

  1. Geraldine · 23 Days Ago

    I absolutely agree with your list Lauren! The follow-unfollow game is too bad at IG, I have given up with trying to establish a goal for followers. I’m more about engagement but that seems to have gone down too and it’s depressing to see how much I get vs followers but I digress. Having brands reach out to you and ask you to buy their products to review on your blog is so upsetting. I remember when one brand literally tried guilting me into buying their bracelets because part of their proceeds go to a good cause. I mean it’s nice, but I don’t want to buy it. Don’t guilt me into doing it, it makes me hate them more! UGH!

    Thanks for sharing this Lauren! xx

    Geraldine | https://geraldinetalks.com

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    • Beth · 23 Days Ago

      Oh my gosh, I so agree with all of this! The unfollow game, general comments and brands asking for a collaboration with no payment particularly annoy me! I remember on Instagram I posted a picture of a theatre and someone commented saying “love what you’re wearing” when there were no people in sight! Utterly bizarre!

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      • bournemouthgirl · 23 Days Ago

        Oh my goodness you’ve had that with no pictures of people, that’s so strange! Thank you for reading and commenting!! Xx

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    • bournemouthgirl · 23 Days Ago

      Oh my god! I had the same, but they never said about me buying it until they sent me a link for 10% off, I was like sorry no. You have to know your own worth and your own time! They would pay so much online advertising a blogger is definitely a more affordable way, so it is so rude to request free work. Yes guilt tripping is not fair at all! I have given up on insta I am just focusing on making my feed as pretty as I can haha xx

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  2. Loren · 23 Days Ago

    All of these are so true. I hate it when people just comment “nice” or when they do self-promotion. Buying followers seems pointless because though the influencer has a big amount of followers it does not mean that they will have high engagements or comments on their posts, and it really looks bad having 5000 followers and only 50 likes and 2 comments.

    Thanks for sharing this
    Loren | plaidandsugar.blogspot.com

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  3. Chloe May Blogs · 23 Days Ago

    I agree with so many of these! I hate the unfollow game you always get so far with followers but now it will fall down again in no time 😦

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  4. Nyxinked · 23 Days Ago

    Nice post.

    I’m kidding! I’m guilty of the tagging #bloggers etc incorrectly! I know now, I was honestly just following others, thinking this was the right thing to do. The follow/unfollow is the reason my Instagram isn’t as important as other mediums. I hate it because I love Instagram, but if it’s just going to be a game, why bother playing hard?

    – Nyxie

    nyxiesnook.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Yeah it was no way a dig, I didn’t know that but if you see my posts on twitter I have tagged the retweet accounts, that will share your content for you 😊. Yeah it’s so frustrating isn’t it! Thank you for reading and commenting xx

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  5. theminismallholder · 23 Days Ago

    The follow unfollow still makes me feel like my work is being wasted! I find twitter the best for genuine interaction and I’m sure we all hate Instagram!! But then some days I go on and link with some great people in my niche, but I still secretly hate it! I think I would agree with these all! But the work life balance really resonates with me as I cover craft, gardening and homecoming. So all articles take place around work and creating! I sometimes get to the end of a project and realise I don’t have step by step photos and want to scream!! But it is all a lot of fun around all of the hard work! Very glad to be doing my little bit. Thanks for the honest article !!

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Oh gosh forgetting the photos is so frustrating isn’t it!! Instagram is the hardest, I am just focusing on making my feed look pretty and what if I find people that support me then great. Thank you for reading and commenting on my post xx

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  6. Leslie Tucker · 23 Days Ago

    I feel the same about each and every item on your list so much that I can’t decide which one irritates me most. I’ve had my content stolen and I cannot stand the follow/unfollow. But, I love being able to have genuine connections with other bloggers and having a creative outlet, which makes it worth it.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      I have commented twice on your Jamaica post and it says my comments are spam.. can you check your spam folder to approve them x

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      • Leslie Tucker · 21 Days Ago

        I don’t have a Jamaica post or anything in my spam folder.

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      • bournemouthgirl · 21 Days Ago

        It says Jamaica here I come? It’s the first post that comes up on your blog when I click your link

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      • Leslie Tucker · 21 Days Ago

        No, I’m not a travel blogger. Is it https://upandforwardonpurpose.com ?

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      • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

        No your name is linked too My Trinkets of life website

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      You’ve had your content stolen, that is so disrespectful sorry that happened to you! Yes genuine conversation and support is so worth it x

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  7. phillleelifecoach · 23 Days Ago

    Hi Lauren
    Your comments about blogging are very valid.
    You are doing a great job on your blog post to inform others and there seems to be a lot who agree.
    As a life coach i say “Your rules your choice your way”
    enjoy the journey.
    phillleelifecoach.wordpress.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      That is so lovely of you. Thank you for reaching out! Your latest post, the writing is so motivating!

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  8. Rasya · 23 Days Ago

    100% agree with all your points! The follow/no follow game is so strong on Twitter and Instagram so I ignore the followers section completely lol

    At least there’s still effort on commenting ‘nice post’ comment because I had people just slapping their blog link and I was like ??????

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Yeah it’s so true, it’s so frustrating.. someone even commented on this blog post with a generic comment I was like what?!?! Haha. Thank you for reading and commenting! X

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  9. bookishluna · 22 Days Ago

    Writers block is no joke! I have had this happen to me quite a few times. It is a pain, but I have come out the other side with it. The following and unfollowing is such a blow. I am blogging and on social media to make connections and talk about books not collection numbers of people who don’t care about what I talk about etc. In some situations I can total understand nice post, while it isn’t specific it does make my feel good about my posts because someone enjoyed it.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Yeah it’s frustrating as you want to know what is good haha! Yes writers block is so frustrating!! Do you have tips for getting through writers block? As reading and scrolling through Pinterest is great! X

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      • bookishluna · 22 Days Ago

        I like going to new places, that helps me. Sometimes a new bookstore, coffee shop, or park is all I need.

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  10. Cee Arr @ Dora Reads · 22 Days Ago

    Urgh, AutoDMs! Why, just why?

    We book bloggers have a lot of shared peeves with general bloggers, but we also have Authors Behaving Badly and some other… issues. Lol! ❤

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Yeah it’s so frustrating!! I love the authors behaving badly, that’s so good!! Auto DMs are so frustrating! Please can you link your blog so I can read it xx

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      • Cee Arr @ Dora Reads · 21 Days Ago

        It should be linked to my Gravatar, but here it is anyways: https://dorareads.co.uk/ 🙂 ❤

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  11. L · 22 Days Ago

    I couldn’t agree more with your points! Especially #1 and #4!

    – Laura || afinnontheloose.com

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  12. tralisty · 22 Days Ago

    I AM WITH YOU FOR EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THESE!!!! Using the hashtags wrong is my biggest peeve, but the auto-DM thing is very frustrating. I haven’t seen many of these recently so hopefully they’re on the way out.

    Naomi xo
    tralisty.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      I literally got one of these the other day I was like argh, just message me and talk to me haha! So glad I am not the only one, thank you for reading and commenting Naomi xx

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  13. K. Alice Compeau · 22 Days Ago

    The follow/unfollow game is definitely my biggest. If they do that, I’m not going to support them. I don’t understand why they think anyone would.

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  14. Anya Dryagina · 22 Days Ago

    Thank you for useful information!
    Have a great new week!
    http://www.recklessdiary.ru/

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  15. The Girl in Flat 26 · 22 Days Ago

    Totally agree with most of these – particularly the balancing act (#3) and auto direct messages (#5) – ironically impersonal, aren’t they! I liked the mixture of personal and community analysis in your list 🙂

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    • bournemouthgirl · 22 Days Ago

      Yes definitely, I like to have genuine interaction with others and build friendships. It is so impersonal! Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts xx

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  16. Kirsty T · 22 Days Ago

    Great list, I have definitely experienced some of these. The hardest one for me is balancing work, life and blogging.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 21 Days Ago

      It can be so hard can’t it. I (not to jinx it) have been on the ball lately, just hoping that continues x

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  17. Ami · 22 Days Ago

    Oh yes…I can definitely relate to every single one of your pet peeves! Apart from copying content without crediting the person who wrote it as I’ve not experienced it nor seen it happen. I think the biggest pet peeve for me would be the hashtags – I see so many people use them incorrectly and I’m just sat here like 🤦🏻‍♀️

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  18. NatashaMarie · 22 Days Ago

    Hahaha I HATE making it difficult to comment!! Why isn’t everyone ok wordpress (joking!) There has been many times I’ve wanted to leave comments, type it out and end up not leaving one because I tried 3 x and now I’m frustrated, which is too bad because we can all use a little blog love! Thanks for sharing!

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Yeah I don’t want to register to a separate brand in order to comment 😂🤯. Thank you for reading and commenting your thoughts xx

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  19. Giana Spiteri · 22 Days Ago

    Yes to these!! I hate when a brand emails you with a ‘collab’ and then all you’re getting is ‘exposure’. The spam on bloggers wanted is also a pain! x

    G

    https://www.teawithgi.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Yeah exactly it’s crazy! Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts x

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  20. Monch Weller · 22 Days Ago

    Hello! I can seriously relate to this post of yours, and permit me to share my thoughts on three points in particular:

    1: This is undoubtedly prevalent on Instagram, especially with the “influencers.” Some friends of mine have basically resorted to calling these types out; I recently had a case in which UK thots were the perpetrators of this deplorable practice.

    4 and 5: Also prevalent on Instagram, and there’s one blogger here who does that practice. However, the Instagram general comments issue (caused by bots) doesn’t happen if your post doesn’t have hashtags. Just report ’em botter accounts!

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Instagram is the worst, it’s crazy!! I have given up with that and just focusing on making my feed look pretty!! Thank you for relating and sharing your thoughts xx

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  21. Emily (@emahlee13) · 21 Days Ago

    Everything on this list was so spot on! Almost hilarious how spot on it was! Except for the brands thing- in all my years I’ve blogging I’ve always been too little for brands to want to contact me, haha. But I’ve gotten writers block SO. MANY. TIMES! Hence the years of blogging, lol. I’m so with you on the “nice post!” comments. Um, did you even read it? And don’t get me started on spam. UGH.

    xoxo Emily

    https://www.thatweirdgirllife.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 21 Days Ago

      I know it’s so frustrating isn’t it! Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts on my list. It’s nice I am not the only one who experience these haha xx

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  22. Grace Whiston · 21 Days Ago

    This is such a good idea for a blog and almost a good starting point for new bloggers, I completely agree about the follow/ unfollow game, it’s actually quite stressful when you see that your followers has gone down and you think do they not like my stuff am I doing something wrong?
    Besides anything this is a great post 🙂

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  23. Great list! Incorrectly using the hashtags grinds my gears on a daily basis! Genuine engagement is the best thing isn’t it?

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  24. christyk3 · 21 Days Ago

    Blogging and balancing work/family/life is the most annoying part for me! I’m a teacher, so I plan to put in a lot of blog time over the summer. I’ve had a few weird auto DM’s on insta too.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 21 Days Ago

      Oh wow, really busy for you then. Yes that’s definitely a good time to get content in. Thank you for reading and commenting xx

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  25. Bexa · 21 Days Ago

    Yes girl!! I totally agree with this list! Blogging does come with it’s fair share of annoyances! The unfollow game on Insta is crazy and I don’t understand why people do it. Like you say, unfollower apps are a good way to see who does this so in the end it is just a big waste of time. I haven’t looked at the Twitter blogging hashtags in a while but I remember they were often misused. Yep and writers block is so frustrating but agree that doing something different and creative often sparks new inspiration 🙂 Fab post and very relatable, thanks for sharing Lauren! ❤ xxxx

    Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Thank you for reading Bexa! It’s nice to know other bloggers can relate to the negatives I come across. ❤️xxxx

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  26. Lindsey · 21 Days Ago

    Oh I can definitely relate!! I’m always really dubious about saying I’ll return all comments – while I will try my hardest, if someone has left me just a “great post” comment and their blog is about something that I don’t have any interest in, I feel like it’s just a comments game rather than anyone really interacting. I agree completely about the work/blog/life balance – it’s so hard to maintain! Really enjoyed reading this!

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      I write return all comments and even if it takes a couple of hours or a day (because I am trying to balance everything) but I always return them. Those comments are annoying aren’t they! Thank you for sharing your thoughts xx

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  27. laurabooksandblogs · 21 Days Ago

    So true what you said about comments. I won’t leave a comment if I don’t have something to say in the comment, and when readers leave generic comments on my posts, it’s hard to come up with anything besides a generic response.

    As for brands asking for collaboration with no payment, I haven’t come across this one yet, but now I know to look out for it and to steer clear or negotiate. As a new blogger, I always jump the gun to collaborate with people, especially companies, but this reminds me that you can just say no and hold out for a better offer.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Just know your worth and time, if you like the product then that’s different. Thank you for sharing your thoughts on this! Xx

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  28. mfelux · 21 Days Ago

    Omg the follow/unfollow thing kills me! It’s so hard to build a community when there are so many of those out there. Which hashtags have you experienced the best support from to promote a new post?

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  29. gemmanewbery88 · 21 Days Ago

    As someone who is pretty new to blogging, some of these I’ve yet to come across, but one thing that really stood out was the follow/unfollow culture. Instagram is the worst place for it and it’s very annoying.

    As for the blog comments that are short, I do see where you’re coming from, but at the same time, I think social media has shown that if someone is going to give you feedback, they’ll give it to you whether you ask for it or not! Therefore, I’ll take short and sweet any day!

    This is a great post that covers a balance of problems caused by others as well as ourselves.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Instagram is the worst for it 🤯 drives me mad haha! That’s fair enough. Thank you for reading and commenting! Welcome to the blogging community xx

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  30. calliecovingtonhotmailcom · 21 Days Ago

    I love how you listed your pet peeves of blogging. I have found many of these recently as I am just starting my own blog as well. My least favorite is the follow/unfollow crowd. It drives me crazy! When I hit my first 100 followers on instagram, I was so excited and happy! Then checking back a few days later, I dropped 5-10 followers. I was crushed! I thought people were not liking my content. However, I have realized that this is a game people play! I feel as though it is disrespectful for people who are just starting up and trying to gain fans.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Aww, welcome to the community, for the most part it’s amazing but these are a few things that irritate me. Yes instagram is the worst for it 😦 I am just focusing on making me feed look pretty instead haha! Can you send me the link to your blog so I can read 😊xxx

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  31. Nancy · 20 Days Ago

    I can relate to you about the follow/unfollow game. Why bother wasting time? We’re here to build a community, not just focus on ourselves. OOOOMMMMMMGGGGG I can relate to you about those comments!!!! I always try to make an effort to read people’s posts and it sucks when people don’t do the same for you. I’m not asking to write a dissertation for a comment but at least something…. more useful than “cool post”. Oh man, I can relate to brands not wanting to pay people for collabs. Time is money! Thanks for sharing these blogging pet peeves!

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      Exactly, it’s nice to know what was good, or positive criticism to know how to improve. It’s so frustrating! Thank you for reading and commenting your thoughts on the list! Xx

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  32. Jenny in Neverland · 20 Days Ago

    Oh my god I actually have my own blogging pet peeves post scheduled for the beginning of June!!! I have a few of the same pet peeves as you. General comments drive me up the wall!

    Jenny
    http://www.jennyinneverland.com

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      No way really! I look forward to reading yours and hearing what annoys you in the blogging community! Yes right, if you don’t want to read it, don’t bother even clicking and commenting xx

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  33. Kate Ballamy · 20 Days Ago

    I loved this post and I agree with everything you’ve said! General comments are so annoying, especially when you can tell they’ve not read the post at all, haha!

    Kate | http://www.katelovesx.co.uk/

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      They are aren’t they, if you are going to read and comment genuinely, there is no point haha xx

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  34. I love this blog post sweetheart, I can relate to basically everything you said and I adore that you have spoken out about these topics. I’m sending you all of my love! 🌸💜

    With love, Alisha Valerie x | http://www.alishavalerie.com

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  35. Aaliyah Hunt · 20 Days Ago

    These are actually all of my pet peeves too! The follow unfollow has got to be the worst and it’s just so annoying! Also the balancing is pretty hard too. I also hate when someone has clearly not read the post but comment silly things! X

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    • bournemouthgirl · 20 Days Ago

      It is so frustrating isn’t it! Yes something that doesn’t even appear in the post ha ha x

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  36. Deb's Decorative Life · 20 Days Ago

    I can’t stand the follow/unfollow game. I also can’t stand when you work so hard on your pins and they end up getting stolen on Pinterest.

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    • bournemouthgirl · 19 Days Ago

      Oh my goodness, can people do that too? Why do people do that?? That’s so frustrating! X

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  37. Glaiza Binayas · 19 Days Ago

    I can relate!! The thing I most hate is follow/unfollow game. Ugh. Don’t follow me if you’ll only unfollow after I follow back because you want to see a huge number in your followers than following.. This is so silly. haha

    Glaiza | https://glimmerofhappiness.wordpress.com/

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    • bournemouthgirl · 19 Days Ago

      Exactly.. it’s so silly, engagement is key you can have hundreds of thousands of followers but if you only get a couple of comments and interactions- what’s the point? Haha xx

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  38. Claire · 19 Days Ago

    I completely agree with you about the follow culture! I find it so strange as well that there’s an expectation that you will follow back anyone who follows you, regardless of whether you’re interested in their blog content or not – it seems to make for a strangely uncurated experience, where you have a blog list full of blogs that don’t cross your interests. It’s one thing to read the odd post that catches your fancy, but it’s very strange when people get mad that you aren’t subscribing!

    Also the non-committal comments, you’re so very right. How do you even respond to them?? It doesn’t open things up for discussion does it?

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    • bournemouthgirl · 19 Days Ago

      For me personally if someone follows me I usually follow back, unless I can see it’s a bot account or (a man looking for love) which I get a lot haha!! I know it’s a shame as I like to interact and share my thoughts and opinions with others x

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      • Claire · 19 Days Ago

        I don’t think it’s a shame, I think that’s great! Mostly though I have such limited time to actually read blogs that I can’t keep up with the ones I’m really interested it – having to wade through beauty blogs and fashion blogs and mummy blogs which just don’t really speak to me makes it that much harder haha. That’s why the blog post threads on twitter are so useful, because it means if a post outside my usual interests catches my eye, I can check it out.

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      • bournemouthgirl · 19 Days Ago

        That’s fair enough, I try my best but balancing life, work and blogging can be hard to keep up with everyone but I try my best and will always return comments to people who have taken the time to comment on my posts. That’s a good point yes! Those threads are so helpful x

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  39. glowsteady · 19 Days Ago

    Nodding away reading this, I agree with all of these. I hate it when you try to comment on a blog and it asks you to login, I think my email is already registered to enough places! Dealing with brands and their terms can be tricky sometimes too x

    Sophie
    http://www.glowsteady.co.uk

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    • bournemouthgirl · 19 Days Ago

      It’s so true isn’t it! Thank you for reading and sharing your thoughts on these points xx

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  40. whenparkspeaks · 19 Days Ago

    I have a problem with people following you that are really just companies that have nothing to do with your content.

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  42. luckymum101 · 17 Days Ago

    Very interesting! I’m very new to blogging and only do it for pleasure – quite eye-opening as I hadn’t heard of some of the things you mention!

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  43. Priya · 17 Days Ago

    I so agree with the unfolow follow thing, i find it so unethical i mean hello why do that and when was new to instagram i thought for days why does number keep decreasing then after months cracked it
    https://www.stylebasket.in

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  44. knsander97 · 15 Days Ago

    I agree wholeheartedly with this post Lauren. I too don’t want to pay for followers, or see how many likes I can get. I’m more about the people and really getting to know my followers. Commenting to me should be more than just one word answer, it really makes me happy when people tell me what they like about my blog.
    Enjoying your blog and looking forward to new posts. Kylie 😘😘

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  45. Jaya Avendel · 10 Days Ago

    Oh, I do not like general comments either! I really appreciate it when the commenter takes time to explore why they enjoyed what I have written and then putting that into words. It does not take long and always leads to a happier blogger opening their comments and getting a smile!

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    • bournemouthgirl · 9 Days Ago

      Definitely, it’s so important as writers to have feedback especially if there is room for improvement x

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