I literally can’t remember when was the last time that I’d to visit doctors for my own health issue. And then, as far as I can squish memories, there were couple of headache in every few months- due to less-sleep, working on different monitors etc, or extra long sleeps- :p. Might be a few food-poison-related issues once in, may be six months, or in a year! There were most likely one, or two half-day-long-fever that tried to convince my body to stay longer but couldn’t. None of ’em warrant a call to doctors.
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What is the strength of blogging?
– Not using pen.
What is the worse part of blogging?
– Few are great.
What is the color of blogging?
– Some fish.
What is the irony of blogging?
– Enough said.
Since I’m following so many bloggers last few months and trying to understand the nature of various kind of bloggers including personal bloggers, fashion bloggers, cause bloggers, technology bloggers and lots other niche bloggers- got a simple question:
How Many Bloggers Truly Appreciate Any Promotion They Get For Free?
What is your experiences or thoughts regarding this question?
DoFollow link rel.
Commentators listed too.
Bloggers, do comment!
Join me, follow me.
I tweet post links every time.
I do mini blog.
I teach tech tips (copymix).
Are you wondering why such Haiku blogging? Recently ‘DoFollow’ seems getting popular among some Bloggers and few communities. They tell their blogs are dofollow blog – none of your link will related with ‘nofollow’.
How it’s benefit you? Google ‘why dofollow’ keywords. And you come up with arguments- “Why dofollow link building is better than nofollow?”, “Why Do-Follow Blog Comments are NOT important in SEO?”, “Do Follow Me! Why DoFollow is important” …
Personally I do not bother whether you glue any follow or make it no! Nofollow comes to prevent ‘spammer’ so they wont be much interested to drops tons of links, we know, those are value-less.
Question: People tweet their every single post links, day and night they utilizing weapons to burn their links- twitter marked every link as ‘nofollow’ – why still people posting links as they moonstruck-ed?
That’s right- tons of human clicks those links, do they care ‘dofollow’ or ‘nofollow’? And yes, tons of ‘bot’ processing your links and echoes happening.
Web evolving, human adopting- I think you need to put your time for making good content. Let your brand grow based on your reputation of producing contents that engage others. Do follow your readers, let your relation grow-up human to human. You’ll be able to ahead.
BTW those Haiku- sounds like slogan? You have freedom to use them as you want. ;) Are they sounds wired? What say you?
Blog and Blogging has a burst growth mostly because bloggers started to sharing their insight, skills and problems with the world. Which lots of people find it helpful, enjoyable and comparable to their own.
As a blogger are you just throw your words and feel happy to think that you’re doing great? Nobody feels grateful to see you greedy even if you help someone somehow with your blog (unless they know you!). You need to find out where you stand by digging other bloggers. There’s always someone holds better/lower position than you- unless you know where you stands and what’s the ups-down compare to you- you just living a lie.
Connect with people, see what’s people doing- appreciate or give them feedback as much as you can- that will bring them back your returns. Lead and join community so you can always find someone to solve your problem. Sharing laugh with a wider community makes it higher.
- The benefits # 1 : They will find bugs on your blog if any. Not always you alone would able to find all of them- may be it’s your hosting provider’s fault or some widget/gadget not working and such. Bug free blog helps the reason you blog to fulfill.
- The benefits # 2 : They will share ideas that makes your blog even better. It might be a suggestion or news of some better template or new technology.
- The benefits # 3: They will argue with you and correct any wrong information you may have. Eventually you’ll be able to be a perfectionist.
- The benefits # 4: Comments, your most valuable property for your blog- you’ll get tons.
- The benefits # 5: Link back and talks about your blog will produce much more traffic than you might have now. Aren’t you want them?
If you are too greedy, well you’ve your own world- live alone and die alone, nobody will mind.
Be social my fellow blogger. Give 100% and expect 10% in return. You shouldn’t regret if someone not gives it back to you- better a person you be and being nicer to others will lead more and more of them to your blog.
Happy Blogging. Best wishes for you.