Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Analyze This - Your Blog - What Type of a Blogger R U

I found this great blog analyzer over at Rachelle Gardner's Twitter post via typealyzer: click here.

I ran the analyzer on my blog and it said my blog was:

An "ISFP - The Artists"
"The gentle and compassionate type. They are especially attuned their inner values and what other people need. They are not friends of many words and tend to take the worries of the world on their shoulders. They tend to follow the path of least resistance and have to look out not to be taken advantage of.

They often prefer working quietly, behind the scene as a part of a team. They tend to value their friends and family above what they do for a living."

So what kind of a blogger are you?


Christina Farley said...

Oh I did this yesterday. So cool! I'm a doer. Fun!

Captain Hook said...

My writing blog falls into the Artist category.

My personal blog falls into the Performers.

Cool analyzer.

David Batista said...

Eh. Mine is completely wrong. It says I'm a "Performer" too, and that I'm the entertaining and friendly type. And also that I live in the moment and don't like to plan ahead.

This is the complete opposite of me, unfortunately -- yikes!!!

Kimbra Kasch said...

David: maybe you see yourself one way and people actually see you another.

Hook: Sounds like you're an entertaining artist :)

And Christina: You are obviously a doer. How many people pick up and move to another country - not many.

Ello - Ellen Oh said...

Apparently I am a performer! Sheesh! I want to be doer like Christina!

Cate Gardner said...

I'm a doer, apparently.

Kelly Polark said...

I'm a performer. Ta Da!

Rena Jones said...

I got the same one David did, the Performer. Unlike him, I think it fits me pretty well. :)

Kimbra Kasch said...

Looks like we have a lot of performers in the group :)

Jean said...


I plugged in both of my blogs & got two different types. My devotional blog shows me to be the artistic type. My writing blog says I'm a mechanic.

Hmmmm. If that means I want to fix whatever is broken it's correct.