Will Dunn: A Guitar Hero Champion Behind Bilbioblog
The creative mind behind Bilblioblog, Will – the real name of Biblio – is all about writing, music, traveling, gaming, and Guitar Hero! More impressively, we got that he became a blogger just in 2018. Well, actually, we got much more. Ready to learn about his secrets?
Q: Hey Will, nice to meet you. Let’s start with a door-in-the-face approach. So, everybody can guess a lot about your life from your social media profiles..What is something nobody knows about you?
A: “I’m great at guitar hero, first few Modern Warfare games! I’ve completed all the Far Cry games with all the collectables found. There is plenty more but can’t think right now!”
Q: Well, let’s see if I can help. What is something you like doing when you are not writing?
A: “I love listening to music, either live performances or through headphones. I love to walk dogs . I love photography and film, creating intriguing content is a huge hobby! And..Did I say I love playing Guitar Hero?”
Q: So, what excites and what bores you the most?
A: “What excites me the most..The newest and latest technology – I love to read and talk about the newest products and information around. I want to get results and constantly expand my skills. Well, I am bored when I see no changes. I don’t enjoy repeating the same work for the same results, I feel like if you can master your best practices it’s great to try and add something new to your approach to keep your audience entertained and ever-growing.”
Q: So, is this the reason why you became a blogger this year? What were the reason behind your decision?”
A “Probably. I love to talk about key trends and products with an audience and want to become a marketing leading, credible source for information.”
Q: What has changed the most in your life since you have become a blogger?
A: “My views on games and gamers. When I started writing and researching I wasn’t aware of the community in gaming and the power of the player. Game developers now have to listen to their players for future success in future games.”