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May 24, 2010


Adam Gross

Welcome back. Looking forward to your posts again!


Bill .. thanks so much for posting this! You've managed to write about something I've been thinking about for a while. My condolences on the recent deaths - we too have had three close family members in the last year - we're all hoping that's it for a while.

What really struck me the most is how I want to still blog/write, but don't really want to do it about marketing - or at least solely about marketing. You've definitely inspired me to just go ahead and take that plunge. Some days you get a little social media - some days you get a little gardening :)

Thanks, Bill! You've been an inspiration to me today.

Cheers .. Kate

Josh Decker

Thanks for this reminder. I have spoken with many clients who are affraid of blogging because they don't want to commit to regularly updating their blog. A great idea from Jeremy Wright in "Blog Marketing" is that there are no hard and fast rules to blogging.

Thanks for the reminder of this idea and the affirmation.

Rob Wheeler

Thanks for the information. I have discovered that the four most damaging words that can be strung together is "I already knew that" It's good to remember to stay "unstuck."


Hi Bill,
I know exactly what you mean, it´s hard to write for the sake of writing, and it´s also meaningless. I´m sorry to hear about the losses in your family, I also know how this feels.
I wish you all the best.

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