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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Questions of Synergy - #3

Continuing to answer Rosa Say's questions, here is the third one:
Have you been patting yourself on the back because you're a part of blogging communities and are among the web savvy who “get it?” Don't rest on your laurels; what do you think well have to keep learning about WRITING, CITIZEN PUBLISHING and BLOGGING?
Writing - practice, polish, attention, and voice, I think always have room for improvement. We need to reach our audience whether they are technical or non-technical. If they happen upon our blog space, we need to be able to entice them to stay, learn something while they're here and either subscribe or create a feeling to want to return.
 
How do we do this?
 
Practice, I think is the only real way to do so. Try something, get feedback. Try something else, get feedback.
 
Pay attention to our voice. Listen to yourself. If you overheard yourself talking, what would you say about that person and their point of view? Would it be interesting to you? If not, an adjustment might be needed.
 
Pay attention to the feedback you get. There maybe something in there that they are not saying.
 
What do you think?
 
 
 
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