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We offer the best in thinking–articles on the business of blogging written by the Successful and Outstanding Bloggers of Successful Blog. Click on the titles to enjoy each selection.
The Specials this Week are
Jonathan Field’s blog heads straight to the headlines.
From my experience getting into local media, I knew I needed a hook. But, this time, I needed one with national appeal. Something that could not only take my business to the next level, but be genuine news on a national level. And, then it happened.
PR2.0 digs into content versus conversation.
If you took the time, whether as a reader or a writer, to read the comments of a favorite blog post for example, youâ€™d find brilliance, perspective, and new opinions that allow a topic to genuinely flourish.
Christine Kane’s Blog considers how drastic change needs to be.
One of them left her husband. The other one quit her Grad School program and was preparing to enroll in an entirely different course of study.
Creative Curio documents her process.
Designers are always interested in another designerâ€™s creative process. So from now until itâ€™s finished, Iâ€™ll document my progress on my blog design on Fridays, show you my files and ask for your critiques.
Footsteps in the Mirror gathers thoughts.
The only problem about being away from the net for long periods of time is that thoughts make a good point tend to be watered away by the time you come back to them.
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ChrisBrogan.com has five starter moves.
On one hand, you have people who are a little shy, and unsure what to say upon meeting someone for the first time. On the other, you have people who arenâ€™t especially shy, but who donâ€™t like meeting someone cold. Social media tools are perfect for this.
Sit back. Enjoy your read. Nachos and drinks will be right over. Stay as long as you like. No tips required. Comments appreciated.
–ME “Liz” Strauss