9 Lessons for Would-be Bloggers – a few lessons learned in 7 years of blogging.

Saw this really terrific post by Joshua Porter. I like his website design. I’ve been thinking about my blog like how to make it better. What he said struck a chord.

I’m gonna add a popular/notable blog posts module on the front page. He said “For every person who posts a comment on your blog, you have 10 (or 100) readers who won’t. Always remember that! Even if you don’t get the 100 comments that you were hoping for doesn’t mean that people didn’t like the post or that they didn’t consider it…it just means that they didn’t have anything to initially say or couldn’t at the time.” True.

He also has an excellent post on “Five principles to Design by.” Hmm, he and I seem to think alike. Cool.

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