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Saturday, August 28, 2004

About Blogging Successfully

Filed under: Uncategorized — Carthik @ 3:49 pm

Simon’s Everything You Wanted to Know But Were Afraid To Ask attempts to be a complete round up of essential and practical blogging knowledge.

There are obvious contradictions: Be Original(#19) Vs. Plagiarism is Encouraged(#22), but he probably does not expect to be taken seriously(#4).

I wish he extended (#49) to include padding between items of the list. The current format of the article makes for difficult reading, thus emphasizing (#29)

All said, I spent a long time following the links at the end of the post. Just what you need for a perfect weekend — a long article, and a lot of links that lets you waste more of your time reading up on how to waste time efficiently and effectively :)

Happy reading!


  1. Thanks for the comment. I might take your advice and add spaces between each entry to make it clearer.

    Comment by Simon — 8/29/2004 @ 2:05 am

  2. Thanks for dropping by, Simon. I was just kidding. I thoroughly enjoyed your article, and readers of this blog know that I am never too serious with my criticism :)
    Great Work. I bet it would have taken you a long time to write it up. Thanks!

    Comment by Carthik — 8/29/2004 @ 3:03 am

  3. Advice on blogging successfully
    A good mix of serious and entertaining tips on how to blog successfully.

    Trackback by McGee's Musings — 8/29/2004 @ 9:18 pm

  4. 50 Blogging Tips
    Hoping this post on Simon World will help me find my way in the blogging world. Excerpt:

    12. If you think this blogging caper is a path to fame and fortune, give up now.
    13. It’s not fair. It never was and never will be. Deal with it.
    14. There …

    Trackback by david's weblog — 8/29/2004 @ 11:32 pm

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