Online marketing information can change quickly This article is 9 years and 342 days old, and the facts and opinions contained in it may be out of date.
I have 18 posts listed – which means I’m good for about 1.5 GOOD posts per month. To all the bloggers out there – it’s really not about quantity – it’s about quality. Each one of these posts took MANY hours, but the links that they garnished were fairly exceptional. The moral of the story is to put in the extra work it takes to make something GREAT instead of just something decent.
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Hey Rand, Aaron, Bill, and any other great bloggers I can’t seem to keep up with – it’s not TOO late to do this – and it’s very helpful to your users. Follow Brian and Seth’s lead and just base it on your user stats if you’re feeling really lazy. (If you’re feeling ambitious – sift out the news-related stuff, and just list the more time-tested articles).
Thanks to all the folks who linked to these article – and for you for reading, commenting, and encouraging me to keep writing stuff when it sometimes seems like such a pain. Have a great 2007.