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					I agree with most of what you’re saying. I just posted something
similar to what you’re talking about on my blog.

Here’s part of what I said…

Blog owners can use this type of advertising but it can be hard to find willing advertisers.
However, there are some factors which may make an advertiser more willing to have an
advertisement appear on a blog. One of the most important factors for advertisers is the
amount of traffic the blog receives. This is important because advertisers who are paying
for ad space are more likely to invest in a blog with high traffic than one with very little

If you want to check out the full context and leave a comment
you can check out the full post here…


Talk to you later,


Thanks for this post. I have a hard time finding good content
related to this subject when searching most of the time.

I also run a blog similar to yours and here’s part of one of my
recent posts…

Bloggers who use their blog as a form of personal expression may want to be cautious
and consider the decision to make a blog public. This is important because the blog
owner may initially not see problems with allowing others to view his personal thoughts.
However, over time he may realize his blog could either be offensive to others or could
result in problems if friends or family members view the blog.

Check it out and let me know what you think…




I recently posted something related to this on my blog over at…
Another option for dealing with blog comments which are negative in nature is to block
comments from individual blog visitors. In most cases bloggers will have the ability to
blog a particular user from leaving comments on the blog. The blogger may wish to use
this option in situations where the comments from the blog visitor are extremely mean
spirited. The blogger may also wish to ban individual blog visitors from making
comments if he has previously attempted to explain his point to the visitor but the visitor
continues to post negative comments. A blogger may also wish to ban an individual blog
visitor from making comments if he believes the comments are being left as spam.

Take a look and please feel free to drop in a comment with your
own two cents as well…


Thank you,


Your post was very informative and I really enjoyed it. I hope
you don’t mind me sharing a quote from my related blog post that
I just put up this week…

Blog owners should also carefully consider the potential for influencing blog visitors
regarding the topic of the blog. Although it will not be possible to convince all visitors to
the blog to believe in the cause promoted by the blog, the blog owner should select a
subject with which he is confident visitors to the blog will be influenced to agree with the
viewpoints he presents in the blog.

Feel free to check out the full blog post on my related blog
over at…


See you there,


I tend to agree with most of what you said in your post but I
did post something related on my blog a while back.

Here’s just some of what I said in that post…

Once blog owners have selected affiliate marketing opportunities it is time to consider
how they can maximize the profit generated by these links. There are a couple of critical
factors which blog owners should carefully consider to help maximize their profit from
affiliate marketing. This includes regularly evaluating the effectiveness of the affiliate
links and promoting the blog to maximize traffic.

Give it a read and if you have any opinions on it of your own,
feel free to give me a shout…




From what I’ve learned over the years about the things you’re
talking about, most of what you say is accurate.

However, I had this to say in a recent blog post…

Bloggers who utilize a social network to maintain a blog should also carefully consider
the potential audience for the blog. Most social networks include a broad cross section of
the general public. Therefore bloggers should be aware of this audience when posting a
blog and should consider how the blog entries will be interpreted by blog audience
members. While it will never be possible to avoid offending all potential audience
members some bloggers may wish to consider at least attempting to ensure the blog
entries they post are appropriate for all members of the social network. If this is not
possible the blogger may consider making the blog private.

It’s always good to share and compare opinions when it comes to
us bloggers. The full post is available here…




Check out my commentary on this subject matter (reprinted from
by blog)…

Wordpress is one of the many options available to bloggers who are looking for free
software online which makes it incredibly easy to publish their own blog. This software
is easy to use, provides a variety of templates and offer excellent support to bloggers.
There are many options available to bloggers and other blogging programs may be better
known and offer slightly different features but many bloggers are quite pleased with
Wordpress. This article will offer some useful information for bloggers who are
considering starting a blog with Wordpress such as reasons to choose Wordpress, tips on
starting a blog and information about the support offered by Wordpress. Based on this
information as well as their own research bloggers can decide whether Wordpress is right
for them or whether they should seek out a different blog network.

As you can see, our opinions aren’t exactly the same but for the
most part they serve the same purpose.

Here’s the full post…


I wish you success with your blog,


I got notice of your blog post in my blog reader and followed
the link over to your blog. I also posted something similar on
my blog last week…


Here’s a portion of that post…

The minimum server requirements refers to the minimum requirements for the server on
which the software is to be installed. In most cases the power and speed of the server is
not relevant but instead it depends on the power and speed of the software necessary for
the proper operation of the blog software. There may be additional costs associated with
this software as well as additional license requirements.

I book marked your blog, check mine out and let me know what you

To your success,


Thanks for the informative commentary.

You might find my latest blog post of interest if you’re really
into the subject.

Here’s a clip of one of my opinions…
There are many benefits to pursuing a career in blogging. Perhaps one of the most
alluring benefits to a career in blogging is the work can typically be done as a
telecommute position. This is because as long as the blogger has access to the software
necessary to write and upload a blog, there is no need for the blogger to perform the work
from a specific location. This means the blogger can reside virtually anywhere in the
world and can likely perform the necessary work from his own home. However, not all
blogging positions are telecommute positions. Some companies may require bloggers to
perform the work onsite as a matter of personal preference.

You can read the full post as well as many other related posts


See you there!


Great post! I would love to share with you a comment I recently
made in one of the posts on my related blog.

Here it is…

Members of Blogger should also be aware that the Terms of Service may change and
should review these terms periodically to ensure there have been no changes made which
will adversely impact the member.

You can get the full post so you can get everything in full
context by dropping by my blog here…


I love your blog!