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Pak Spectator Interviews Fauzan Sohail

The Pakistani Spectator has been doing a marvelous job of bring to light notable bloggers from Pakistan and world over for their contribution to the blogging world. The site has today published an interview given by our very own Fauzan Sohail and highlighted The WeCite Blog. 

Team WeCite thanks you for providing us the opportunity to speak out and share our views on your website.

Here are some snippets from it:

What do you think sets Your blog apart from other blogs?

The diversity that WeCite brings to its readers.

We aren’t politics-centric, or entertainment-based, or a sports-mania. We’re all of them. My team and I keep our ears and eyes open for each and every interesting news that comes our way and we make sure ‘We’ either ‘Cite’ it or present it with our own two cents included in the form of OPINIONS. What makes is different is this very ingredient of being randomly specific and giving our readers something new to read every time they visit us. We’re not tight-lipped and neither are we conventional in our content. On occasions we have been blatantly accused of promoting ‘yellow journalism’ because we wrote about something that raised eyebrows. *chuckles*. We don’t care. As long as there is a healthy readership for what we present, we keep on presenting it. That makes us unique in what we do. The blog started as my personal efforts and now I have two dynamic team players along with me: Selina and Sherry (aka Aleena).

Urdu Blogs have got huge potential, when do you think they will really take on the online horizon in Pakistan?
 
 As much as I adore my national language, I don’t think I can see Urdu blogs making an impact online as effective as its english counterparts. There is no single reason for that. English is termed now as a modern universal language that is binding cultures and traditions together in the cyberworld. Urdu readership is not that advanvced or expansive. They may be able to make an impact nationally but International influence is an entirely different ball game.

 

Is it true that who has a successful blog has an awful lot of time on their hands?

I highly doubt that. Perhaps being a one man army and not knowing what exactly you want from your blog could lead you to spend enormous amounts of time on your blog but if you really know your vision and what you want in what manner from your site, you can schedule updates and posts accordingly. It is not how much time you spend on it but how you utilize your blog in the most efficient manner that counts!

Read the complete interview over at The Pakistani Spectator

Website: http://www.pakspectator.com

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7 Responses to “Pak Spectator Interviews Fauzan Sohail”


  1. June 3, 2008 at 11:21 am

    *now I have two dynamic team players along with me: Selina and Sherry (aka Aleena).*

    aww u made moi’s day fuzz! thank uuu ! mwahz

  2. 2 Kermit
    June 3, 2008 at 11:26 am

    Good job boy! Reading the interview…

  3. June 3, 2008 at 11:40 am

    congrats fuzz! 😀

  4. 4 Hassaan
    June 3, 2008 at 11:45 am

    Nice Interview ……….. Keep up the good citing 😀

  5. 5 Shabz
    June 3, 2008 at 11:49 am

    lolzie @ Fauzan’s own comment! Show off! 😛
    jk… good interview. Keep it real

  6. 6 bambi
    June 3, 2008 at 11:57 am

    on the road to stardom? 😀


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