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31 Days to Building a Better Blog – Day 14

The weekend’s here at submissions for the 31 Days Project are a little slower today as we approach the halfway point. Here is the lonely reader submission for today for your enjoyment:

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Comments

  1. Allan Burns says:

    Apathy and procrastination are my blogging friends, if they ever left me maybe I would get some work done.

  2. Hatem says:

    I send you two links, check your contact box :)

  3. yunasville says:

    Follow Dominic’s “Purpose of blogging” in the post. I think every blogger should at least think about why we blog.. if not writing it down. It really gets us re-focused, re-evaluate our intentions and take a deeper look at the return of investment…

  4. Kurt says:

    Here’s another submission for the series; hope as a newer blogger, this contributes something useful to the blogohedron:

    http://blog.studentnyc.com/archives/26

    And thanks again for this series, Darren!

  5. yunasville says:

    Good post Kurt! I think your post answered one of the questions Darren put out earlier about where is the start point for a newbie..

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