I would like some advise. I’m Danish and I’ve started a blog on sewing http://diyfashiondesigns.blogspot.com/ – concentrating on teniques like grading, drafting ect and there really doesn’t seem to be a similiar blog in Danish. As to now (which is a month and 3 posts) I’ve been blogging in English. But I been wondering if I should change it to Danish or make it a bi-lingual blog instead?
Most of my visitors are Danish, but the 2nd largest group is native English speakers. I would like my blog to be interesting (and of course visited) and converting it into a Danish blog would make it more intersting for the Danes, as many danes still prefer to read in Danish – but on the other hand I’d be cutting off the few non-Danes I have popping by every time I post.
What would a clever person do?
Thank you for your input on this!
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