I was wondering how a wizard gets famous. I would like to have my own blog about Wizard101 but I am worried no one will visit it and I don't give nearly as good advice as you do. I am a blog member of Wordpress and not Blogspot, so would that make any difference?
Sincerely, Natalie Crowshard
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Heya Natalie! Welcome to blogging about Wizard101. It really doesn't matter if you blog on Wordpress or Blogspot. They both are awesome as far as free sites go.
Well, my blogging club is a great place to start. A lot of people use my site as a jumping board for reading Wizard101 blogs. I'm their RSS feed. Get on that and start posting cool stuff and you'll be on your way.
I've given some advice before to aspiring bloggers, but you need to check out this thread on Wizard101.com. It's a classic. :-) I'm a total Alex Jaderider fanboi.
In the end, I have no idea. The "fame" aspect of this blog really kind of threw me for a loop. I wasn't expecting that at all. Although, I have to say that I've only been recognized a few times in game where someone said . . . HEY, YOU'RE THAT GUY THAT RUNS THAT BLOG! If I leave my teleports on, then there is a chance that I will become a traveling party, which can be fun. But, for the most part I just run around doing my thing on my alts, staying very low key.
I have to say that the real famous people in the game for me are the people that had a hand in making the game. Like seeing Samantha on or maybe Calamity Boompants is HUGE for me! Interviewing Professor Greyrose and the duo of Nelson Everhart and J. Todd Coleman was amazing! See, the way it should be is the developers are the famous ones and the bloggers are their entourage. Know what I'm saying? As bloggers for Wizard101, we should be invited into the inner circle of cool for KI and then everyone else in game gets to live that through our blogs.
I know that I'd love to make a trip to Austin, TX to see a few people there. KI if you're listening, I'd love to come write about my experience touring your offices (post NDA of course, of course) . . . feel free to inconvenience me with a plane ticket! ;-) I don't think it's going to happen. ;-)
Best of luck with your endeavors.