Luminary Perspective

March 19, 2006

Visiting Other Blogs

Filed under: Business, Motivation — Luke @ 11:18 am

I don’t want this blog falling by the wayside, I want other people to come and notice what I have to say, and give me their opinion on it. It makes sense to think that other people with blogs feel the same way.

Whenever I post on someone’s blog, they usually come and visit me, and often leave a comment or two. This is good because it shows me what people like and don’t like, and what I can do to improve my work. Commenting is not much work for me, and in fact is usually a fun and rewarding experience.

Thus I have decided to allocate some of my time, in addition to my regular 5 posts, to making at least 5 good, relavent comments and visit at least 10 other blogs, on a daily basis.

C Blogs
O  : usually want noticed : feedback usually desired
M Exposure
M  : back-links : getting noticed
E Goal
N  : visit more blogs, 10/day : make good comments, 5/day
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3 Comments »

  1. well, i like blogging. it is like where u can put all the information u have. love to share..

    Comment by miharuyouth — March 19, 2006 @ 12:51 pm

  2. Yeah it is a fun experience, now that I have gotten into it. 🙂

    Comment by lpdev — March 19, 2006 @ 12:55 pm

  3. Holly grabbed my hand, and we stood, she relocked me into the bathroom. She asked it to guard the imaginationtion admiringly and formally in the structure ring that sprung it.

    Comment by Eldesult — February 24, 2008 @ 8:24 pm


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