Blog Post Diamonds in My Own Virtual Backyard

Indulging in some emotional self-flagellation in the past few days about letting days and days pass without posting, albeit with some excuses, I was thinking yet again about blogger’s block and seeing if I could come up with some new ideas for handling that.

Meanwhile I was looking at a printout of the list of some 139 blogs listed by members of the LinkedIn Bloggers group I co-moderate on Yahoo! Groups.

I now started visiting or re-visiting blogs of my fellow LinkedIn Bloggers and the penny dropped! There is so much information and entertainment in the blog posts of just this one network of mine that I could post a blog every day for 139 days, linking to a post that interested me on just one of those blogs at a time. And if all 362 or so members of the group were to list a blog with the group I would have a post and more for every day of the year. That also can help them get links to their sites – a win all round, with no discernible downside.  

Aha! As Russell H. Conwell, founder of Temple University, might have said if he’d had a crystal ball to show him some blogging, I have my own ‘acres of blogging diamonds’ in my own virtual backyard!

 

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About Des Walsh

I show business owners and other professionals how to navigate the social media maze and use LinkedIn effectively. I'm an author, speaker, business coach, social media strategist and LinkedIn specialist. Connect with me on LinkedIn, Google Plus and Twitter. And to stay in the loop, get my weekly Social Business Bites.