If I had to Start My Blog Again – Reader Submissions Part 2

200607181510It’s day two of our ‘if I had to start my blog again group writing project’ and here’s the submissions from the last day which will also be added to the central submissions page.

I’ll be taking submissions for this project until the end of Thursday (as long as it’s Thursday where you are it’s not too late) so get your post in soon!

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  1. razib says:

    Thanks darren for the link. I have already seen some good hits coming to my blog from ProBlogger in the last 2 hours and 2 comments in my post. Actually, I participated in your last two projects too and this helped me a lot. What I touch is that there are many bloggers who have great blogging ability but they do not have exposure. Thanks to ProBlogger, blog newbies like me are getting exposed to a much larger and serious audience. Thanks again Darren.
    I also like to thank everyone for participating in this project.

  2. Jon Anderson says:

    More Patience
    More Content
    More Restraint in comment spamming
    Some more Patience

    all the best…

  3. Leon says:

    Thanks for posting my submission. It has become approximately my 3rd most visited post.


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