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What makes you feel that your blog post did something for you?

What makes you feel that your blog post did something for you?

Beside getting more traffic, more Google and Link love there are more ways to see results from a blog post. In some cases they could be more satisfying than those extra clicks on your sponsor’s ad.

Here are some suggestions:

  • You now have a new follower on Twitter
  • You now have a new friend in Facebook or any other place people become friends
  • You now have new RSS or email subscriber
  • You are invited to write a guest post
  • You are invited to share some thoughts about your subject of expertise (consulting for a company)
  • You are invited to meet face to face

I do realize that if you do get a tones of clicks on those ads, this could be $$$fun$$$ and real too:)

So, what is it for you?

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  1. September 12, 2008 at 2:18 am

    This is an important point, and one that makes us rethink our priorities and expectations around blogging.

    There are so many ways of making contact and any one of these can be an exciting confirmation that people are reading your blog. For me, that’s really great, because sometimes, especially when you start blogging for the first time, lack of comments or any form of confirmation that someone is eyeballing your efforts can be a bit sad.

    I have 2 blogs that were not set up with any thought of monetization, so maybe I’m easy to please, but I geta great kick just out of knowing that someone has enjoyed my posts.

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