When I visit other sites, I very seldom take a look at their tag cloud. I'm not sure why, I guess I'm usually there because I found myself there through a reference or the title or caption was of interest to me.
However, I think it's important for bloggers to pay attention to their own blog's tag cloud. You can see my tag cloud in the sidebar under “Tags”. I think I'm doing a pretty good job of keeping on content, since my cloud references hana, ke kūʻai akuʻana, a enehana. That's truly what I wanted to keep my blog's content about so I suppose I'm doing a pretty good job.
ʻO kahi kapua tag (ʻike ʻia ma ke ʻano he papa inoa kaupaona ma ke kahua o ka hoʻolālā ʻike) he hōʻike ʻike ʻia o nā inoa ʻike i hoʻohana ʻia ma kahi pūnaewele. ʻO ka manawa pinepine, hōʻike ʻia nā lepili i hoʻohana pinepine ʻia i kahi momomo nui a i ʻole koʻikoʻi ʻia, ʻoiai ke ʻano alpabetical ka papa i hōʻike ʻia. Pēlā ke ʻimi ʻelua i kahi lepili e ka pīʻāpā a me ka makemake ʻia hiki. Ke koho nei i kahi lepili hoʻokahi i loko o ke ao tag e alakaʻi i kahi hōʻiliʻili o nā mea e pili ana i kēlā tag. - Wikipedia
E nānā i kāu ao tag, e hāʻawi iā ʻoe i ka ʻike e ʻike ai inā ʻoe e noho nei i ka ʻike. E nānā i kekahi o kēia mau ao tag a ʻike e pili ana inā e noho nei paha kēia mau pūnaewele i ka ʻike.
- Martech Zone
- Gaping Void
- He papa inoa i kaʻawale
Aside from mine, these are some examples of some very successful blogs. When you compare the tag cloud to the definition of the blog, you'll find perfect symmetry between them. I suppose if your tag cloud doesn't provide a visitor with a sense of what your blog is really about, then you should probably adjust your focus, or adjust how you describe and define your blog.