My goal with this blog is to offend everyone in the world at least once with my words… so no one has a reason to have a heightened sense of themselves. We are all ignorant, we are all found wanting, we are all bad people sometimes.
Hmmm I disagree with the “experts.” The interaction you do IS enough to drive traffic as long as you keep looking for “new” traffic. Hence the point about “many fronts.” Thanks for the mention! -OM
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After I left my last full-time job and began scheduling my own work on my own time, I had more time to read other blogs in depth. I began following more, commenting once in a while, and re-blogging others – possibly in excess, but I meant no harm. I thought that displaying a genuine interest in others and engaging in…
You review some blogs… and someone reviews you back! I’ve always enjoyed the honesty that bloggers employ towards one another. You gotta be able to accept criticism.
I’ll admit that I don’t take criticism very well.
Not in real life, not on my blog… definitely not to my face. It puts me in fightback mode!
I got a smile from this review today though. I needed a grin after this week!
It is a fair statement. I told people their fonts were hard to read and someone handed the comment right back to me. In the blogosphere you get what you give. It doesn’t matter who you are, what website you run, how many subscribers you have, or how important you think you are. We are all bloggers here and we all blog.
I am reading blogs this morning and I have a thought to pass on. When you are setting up your blog or website and you are picking your template, font, or background please consider one thing before settling on it. Ask yourself this one question…
Is my blog hard to read?
I am staring at a blood red background with tiny black font and I can’t read it…
I gave up, closed their website, and I am writing this post now.
That is what happens when we can’t read your blog. If you can’t honestly tell whether your blog is hard to read find an opinionated friend to look at it.