Nov 2 Posted 4 years ago
A powerful message, Mark. We offer a free tool for helping people do a brain dump of topics that they can blog about. For regular visitors, we require an optin.
For people here, who would just like to quit banging their head against the wall trying to think of topics, just go to my site and put "/outline" after the dot-com.
And hey, if you want to opt-in, that's cool too.
A bit about the exercise: You print out a 6-page fill-in-the-blanks PDF, then carve out an un-interruptible block of time (an hour is perfect) and watch a 37-minute video. By the end of the video, you'll have 64 kick-ass blog post topics and a bad case of writer's cramp.
If you feel that the exercise was helpful, let me know....and share it with someone.
Oct 24 Posted 4 years ago
I write a pet blog. I started it as a creative outlet and didn't really expect to garner much of a following. While my views remained fairly low, I started getting a decent amount of comments considering my views (5-10 on each post). This was the first indicator that my blog mattered to someone beyond just me.
Since I started my blog, I have had to take a few "off" periods away from it due to personal matters or work. Each time, at least 3 or more of my readers have emailed or called, asking if I was okay, letting me know that they missed my posts, etc. It always means so much to me that they take the time to reach out and let me know that my blog matters to them--It's what keeps me posting.
Oct 23 Posted 4 years ago
This hits home. My blog is www.socialmarvels.com and a lot of the times I'm wondering everything you mentioned above. I'll call some people and get some reactions. Maybe that'll answer some of my plaguing questions.
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