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Aug 9 Posted 6 months ago
Maddie, I read your article and it inspired me so just had to respond. I like your article,style and directness. You are right on the money with making sure you have an opinion, if you don't have an opinion then you won't write. Recently, I had a blog written and although I felt is was written well it wasn't mine, it was like cheating on an exam:), of course I've never done that and never will again.
Writing for your audience is most important just like the personas we develop to write valuable relevant content for marketing to that persona/prospect. Afterall, writing content for a plumber will not grab the attention of a surgeon.
Welcoming opinions of others is always good food for thought. I always welcome any and all opinions as this helps me see my narrow mindedness or how I should not have gone down that path. Opinions are going to come from all angles and I read this daily in comments from bloggers posts. The are many comments written that lead me to believe that the writer never read or understood the blog at all. Nevertheless, we are entitled to free speech.
Thanks for your Article Madddie and so I'm convinced, "Bloggers Rule"!