Magazine sales decline as more people find all their content on the web, and with a blog the interaction is often immediate, with comments being added and answered within minutes of the blog being posted.
Not all are like that, some bloggers don't have time to moderate comments and don't want to leave the gate open to spammers - one comment I did not allow through today was apparently innocent, but if you click on the username it linked to a website about pressure cookers!
But if you want a good read there is a list of other blogs lower down on the right-hand side under the heading
Other philatelic blogsThese are arranged chronologically, so the most recently updated is at the top. Some are no longer being updated - those stay at the bottom of the list - but contain some very useful and interesting information. Others are very specialised, but often contain some general observations on the hobby or trade as well. You can click on the main blog title, or individual entries.
Recently GBStamps has posted a series of observations on how stamps ought to be marketed by the postal authority, specifically Royal Mail, why collectors should be cheerful, and a reality check for buying (and selling) on eBay.
There's no direct comment facility on this site, but if you go to the home page, there is a discrete 'Contact Us' link in the right-hand panel, so if you have something to add, go ahead. I'm sure your feedback will be welcomed.