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How To Be a Really Bad Blogger

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After blogging for several years and reading a lot of other blogs, I reworked a presentation I used to give called "How to be a great blogger" with this one. ...

After blogging for several years and reading a lot of other blogs, I reworked a presentation I used to give called "How to be a great blogger" with this one.

I've found it's easier to know what not to do when you're getting started on something than focusing on all the things you should do, so that's where this introduction to blogging presentation fits in.

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    • How To Be A Really, Really Bad Blogger
    • “The word blog is irrelevant. What’s important is that it is now common, and will soon be expected, that every intelligent person (and quite a few unintelligent ones) will have a media platform where they share what they care about with the world.” Seth Godin, Author
    • 1. Think like a writer.
    • 2. Be self-absorbed.
    • 3. Party like it’s 1999.
    • 4. Be boring.
    • 5. Be too professional or too personal.
    • 6. Be inconsistent.
    • 7. Be selfish.
    • 8. Be verbose.
    • 9. Write fancy titles.
    • 10. Be ignorant.
    • Bill Seaver Twitter: @billseaver Phone: (615) 473-0396 Email: Bill@MicroExplosion.com