A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to a local business to interview a new business owner. I had an idea, so I called the owner to tell him I had an offer in hand so I could show him the business and talk about it. He asked me what I had in mind and I told him “Mark”. “Ah, no problem, we’ll connect you with Mark”.
The same phone conversation resulted in a great conversation with a new friend of mine, Mark haddad. Mark is a real-life business owner and a great guy. He was one of the first people I reached out to when I started blogging about business and marketing. To date, Mark has done over $100,000 in sales and is the owner of a wonderful gift shop called The Gift Shop. It’s a great place to buy a t-shirt, stickers, and stickers for all occasions.
Mark is a well-known and beloved blogger with a knack for building strong relationships and creating great content. He has a great background in business and marketing, and I was so impressed by the energy and depth of his knowledge that I reached out to him. When I asked him why he had decided to become a blogger, he told me that he felt like he wasn’t getting the appreciation he should be getting.
To be fair, Mark had plenty of good reasons for having a blog. I mean, he’s got a lot of experience. He is very passionate about the topics he writes about and he knows what makes them interesting and relevant. He’s also a great writer and his writing is very well-crafted and effective. But when it comes to relationships, a blog isnt just a blog. It’s a space for people to vent.
He has certainly had a lot of relationships that have ended. I mean, when he does write a long post, I don’t even bother to read it. I just mark it as “bored” because I have my own blog. But when he writes about relationships, like his relationship with his girlfriend, she doesn’t even bother to read it.
I dont want to compare you to any other blogger. I dont know of any other blogger that has a blog that reads like yours does. But what I can tell you is that you seem to be doing ok. In fact, your blog makes me feel like I can actually relate to you. Your posts are thoughtful and have some very good points. You seem to really be interested in the topics of your blog.
I think I would feel the same way if I saw your posts. I think most bloggers would feel the same way. I do think though that there are a lot of people that have blogs that read something like yours that just seem to be a waste of space. I can only speak for myself.
I have a lot of blogs that are just that, a waste of space. I think the thing is that these days, especially on the web, many of these blogs seem to be aimed at the masses. What they don’t seem to be is a blog for people who like to write about things that have some depth or meaning for them. I think many of these blogs have the same problem as those blogs that were aimed at the masses.
The one that I found was my blog A Blogger’s Guide to Link Building – it’s a really interesting, informative, and useful guide to building a blog at a website. The link building process might seem like a pretty good idea, but you need to realize there’s been years of research and experimentation to really understand how to do it. I would really like to believe that I’ve had a few of these people in my life that are just as well versed.
So when I first found this blog, I was like, “what the hell is this?” My first thought was, “this guy’s a link whore.” But I also saw how the comments really helped me. I remember being in an IRC channel that was full of people talking about how they were linking to the blog and I was like, “hmm, I wonder if I can do that…