We often get advices for free but expert advice comes with a price and moreover if the advice that you need is about heavy equipment. No wonder it is a complex subject and many heads have a lot of things to say about it but rather than getting confused hearing all those voices, you should take them and make necessary analysis. The analysis that you make will eventually be useful for you to take a call on taking the right decision and to pick the right heavy equipment. Now the question is do you have to make a blog to ask a question or can do it in someone else’s. It can be either ways. You have the liberty to create your own blog and put questions there but the chance of someone answering will be seldom. It depends upon who visits your site and checks out your questions. You may get a lot of response if the question is a common one and people know how to deal with it or may even end up getting hardly any.
Now moving to the blog that has been created by an expert. These blogs are visited often by people who have keen interest on heavy equipment and subjects related to construction. They may not necessarily have a question to ask but want to gain some information by reading some out of the box questions. You get to see a lot of thoughts out there. People come out with some real good answers that have not been contemplated by the best of the minds in the industry. Blogs are in fact a wonderful place where people come and share their excellent ideas on any given topic. So a complex subject like heavy equipments may look simple when you have people explaining it to you in the simplest manner.
Many have found blogs as a problem solving tool. People do not want to call a mechanic to fix small issues as they will charge him a bomb and therefore try their level best to fix up things. Now they put their issue on the blog of an expert and wait for the responses. Accordingly he tries out things and let others know if it worked. Just in case, if it fails to work and some other issue crops up, he can post that too on the blog and can expect some workaround.
Who uses blogs to put their issues? Are they only used by guys who are amateurs or even by veterans? Blogs are used by all those who know a bit about the topic and wants to contribute by sharing their views on the given topic. Well nobody is paid for giving the right answers though. You are only helping people and enhancing your knowledge by knowing if your suggestion worked. Alternatively, you also get to learn things that were never known to you. People at times can also give some business tips but that is very rare to happen. However it is still a possibility.