April 29, 2011

Blogging For Smarties: Think From Reader's Point of View

Imagine what a reader would think encountering your blog: Do I want to come back to this site? Some things can not be recognised without thinking outside the square. Think wise. Bucks Tucks blogging tips ultimate secret part 2 coming soon! Look forward!

31 comments:

  1. cant imagine if i have no imagination

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  2. you made me want to come back.

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  3. that is a good outlook, maybe i'll think like that too

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  4. I thinking; "Does he know his embedded picture is currupted" :P

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  5. apparently the first step is leaving cliffhangers so we check back for part 2.

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  6. I think your image isn't loading right, lol

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  7. dammit, what's part 2? WHAT'S PART 2!!!

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  8. I want to come back to see part 2!!!!

    But thanks for the awesome information you always provide!

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  9. i am still imagining that one. good post. hehe har.

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  10. nah, just blog about what you're interested in. can't pander to the public.

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  11. top secret is so top secret its a secret

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  12. It's so secret that it won't be posted.

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  13. great tipp, i'll keep that in mind

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  14. Release part 2 already! This was helpful

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  15. That's really top secret stuff thanks for the share haha

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  16. I agree with this. It helps to take a neutral stance sometimes.

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  17. If u have ever fished, this could fall into the area of chumming! :)

    Got a ??? - what is the difference between a page view and page impression???

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  18. BTW, I nominated your blog for the Sunshine Award! Check it out:

    http://reelfoto.blogspot.com/2011/05/sunshine-award.html

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  19. Being the reader, I have a pretty good perspective on what it's like to be the reader. And when I see Rebecca Black Friday, I can only stop reading and hold my sides in laughter for a few moments. I love that b****.

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  20. I always try to do that, and I know that I'm doing it right when I get comments VERY RELATED about my post, not just "cool" or "good".

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  21. u are playing on our feelings :P

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  22. Those tips are really valuable. Even though one might already know that stuff, it's always good to be reminded of such basics!

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