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What's cool is that I haven't asked people to promote my blog, have no online advocates (though a few bloggers list it), have done no articles that link to it, and have done nothing to market it. It also has a relatively narrow focus (ie, no politics or social commentary or controversial content, etc). A while ago, I read "build it and they will come," which is true. My blog isn't a blockbuster, but it's apparently decent enough to get visitors. So thanks! I will mention this when I contact agents :)
An incredible feat of which you should be proud. Congrats :)
Sometimes I wonder if my voice is heard in cyberspace. But then, when I check my blog statistics, I realize that the 15-25+ unique visits per day are all I need to keep me motivated.
It's nice to be heard, isn't it, MJ?
Yea--especially because I love writing but don't have an audience (yet) to communicate with outside this blog.
What's interesting is that all the writing I've done here helped me to develop a voice, which helped me to write stuff for radio.
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