Monthly Archives: December 2010

What a PhD says about blogging

blog relationships

This saying just doesn’t apply to a golfer’s life obviously (what? golfers have a life?). This applies to a blogger’s life, to an entrepreneur’s life, to yours and mine. I have highlighted the relevant text. I am convinced that it can not be said in a better way. So I will leave it at that.

So yeah, go, start with the relationship in mind. And end there as well. Go, relate. 🙂

Screenshot taken with TechSmith’s SnagIt, from the wonderfully designed website of Jim Sheard’s book Beyond The Score. I have not read the book though, but I do play golf sometimes. I suck at it. 😛

6,713 resources on blog SEO

Why are you reading this? You are looking for 6,713 resources to ‘get a solid grasp’ on the all-too-important SEO, aren’t you?

You are also reading this to confirm that there is a problem with information. Yes, you already know the problem with information. It is information overload. So much of noise out there on any given topic that it is hard to get to any meaningful result out there. And it’s a trap I tell you, a freakin’ trap. Here’s how the trap works: you tell yourself, “I will learn and do whatever it takes to succeed at this,” and then you hit up Google and that’s when you go down this super-slippery slope of information overload. “But I am learning about blog SEO,” you say. But it was not about learning only, now was it?

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