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July 08, 2008



One of the biggest things I've learned through blogging sort of wraps a few of yours together: if you enjoy writing a blog post, it will likely be rewarded.

I think this concept plays into the "Good content is rewarded" in the sense that when you enjoy writing a post, it will likely turn out better. And when you don't enjoy writing it, the post seems forced and uninteresting.

Similarly, if you are enjoying it, then you'll find time to do write it. There are NEVER enough hours in the day, but when it's a topic you're excited about- I bet you'll find the time.

Lastly, while I too blog but don't claim to be a "blogger", writing good content is addictive because of the positive community feedback and it makes you want to blog more. As you touched on, once your write a quality post and it gets picked up - the community responds and it feels great. The few times this has happened to me, all I want to do is go write another post.

And the way I see it, this is one of those blog posts that should inspire a half-dozen more.



I was lead to your blog because you are the one who inspired me to do so. I like your post, they all seem to be of good content. I have no direction to give you today but as you suggested, this gives you an opportunity to learn.
I struggle with knowing if anyone will ever be lead or read my posts sometimes. Hence this being more of an Art than a Science. Thanks for the plug, I guess this is how the world goes round.

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You have inspired me a lot. I follow your blog a lot.

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