Check out this week’s blog post by MSU Campus Archaeology on moving the field forward through blogging.
Here was the question posed by Middle Savagery: Question 3: Most archaeological blogs that I read have very little in the way of dialog through comments. Often on this blog, I feel like I am talking to myself, which in a way is catharsis, but if an archaeology blogger writes and no one reacts, are we really changing opinions or moving the field forward? I would add to this, how do you attract readership? Without too much in the way of SEO chatter, who is your audience and how do you interact with this audience? What do you want out of interactivity by means of blogging about archaeology?
See this week’s response at the MSU Campus Archaeology Blog