It’s as Easy as 1,2,3
I’ve noticed something about bloggers. We’re all rock stars. It’s true and there’s nothing wrong with that. You don’t have to have 1000 readers to be a rock star. You only need one loyal fan.
The problem is that, over the long haul, we sometimes change the way we blog. Like rock stars, some of us peak too early. Some of us get better as time goes by. Some of us get tired of the daily grind, and some buy into our own PR.
Read the whole feature in today’s Blog Herald by clicking the logo.
It’s about blogging and real life.
–ME “Liz” Strauss
At the Blog Herald, I write about books, information, and relationships, making connections from the patterns she sees. I consider these keystone articles.
Authenticity and Transparency in the Real World
In the Real World â€” The Half-Full, Half-Empty Glass
The Universe of People, Black Holes, and Stars
Connectors and Mavens on the Tipping Point
The Writerâ€™s Dilemma and the Bloggerâ€™s Secret
The Two Webs: Information or Relationships?
Social Networking: Am I Person Or an Item?
The first part of the excerpt was like you talking directly to me. I NEVER thought about it like that.
I went on to read The Writer’s Dilemma – very good! You are full of great tips, thoughts, ideas and talent!
ME Strauss says
Of course, you’re a rock star. You’re internet famous.
WOW! That was a FAST response! I REALLY appreciate those kind words. Today is a blaaaaah day and you don’t know what this means.
ME Strauss says
Happy that I could make a difference for you. 🙂