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Why Blog?

"Professional-level" blogging means high quality writing, interesting stories, personal observations, unique coverage, and a friendly, engaging, and interactive style that was until recently sorely lacking in the mainstream media. Read More at blogcritics.org
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Terry Whalin asks "Is Blogging Dead?" in an excellent post discussing how important blogs are today:
"An online forum recently asked this question--without anyone giving much of a response. In my last few entries, I've been writing about some of the insight from Bob Bly's new book, Blog Schmog which is a skeptical and practical look at blogging and business. People love absolutes--you must do such and such as a writer. For example, some people are saying every writer must have a blog." read more at Terry Whalin Blogspot
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Camy Tang invites Blog Guests
"This is Camy Tang, the loud Asian chick, talking more about the content you post on your blog. You don’t want to be a boring blog, right? Well, change things up a little. Here are a few suggestions at link:" http://canblog.typepad.com/canbookmarketing/2007/01/posting_content_1.html#more

Mary E. Demuth blogs over at relevantblog, pioneerparenting, the Master's Artist, and she blogs at the CAN marketing blog. "I've developed a small readership and, thanks to a fellow blogger, I've used a handy trick to keep the first entry a newspace. (Here's the secret. Shhhhhh. Just date your first entry far into the future and it will always stay the first entry.) When you first start a blog, consider doing a few things" (read more at http://canblog.typepad.com/canbookmarketing/2006/08/marketing_schma.html

4 comments:

GeorgianaD said...

HI Vicki,

I'll have to check out the links. I haven't visited the CAN blog in a while, oops!

And I think blogging is way fun, there's no way it's dead! Woo-hoo!

Camy Tang said...

Thanks for the shout-out, Vicki!
Camy

Vicki Mccollum said...

Georgiana: I agree! Blogging is fun, especially the interaction with readers.

Camy: You're welcome for the 'shout-out."

Thanks to both of you for stopping by and commenting.

So Many Books... said...

Vicki,

Thanks for stopping by my blog!

Jennifer