There is a lot of talk around the “blogosphere” about what it takes to run a successful blog. I have personally taken full advantage of the knowledge that is freely shared by so many other bloggers, and I literally have more things on my blogging “to-do” list than I have time for.
However, the success of this blog is growing and growing, and I wanted to take a minute to thank those of you who have been responsible for the growth so far, to send props out to some of the other bloggers who have helped me get to this point, and to also encourage both present readers as well as newcomers to stay tuned for more great content in the future.
As a way of showing my extreme gratitude to the more than 150 people who have added this blog to their favorites at Technorati, here is a quick, but information-packed eBook from David Hooper about How to Attract Love, Money, and Happiness. Enjoy!
For the people who have not yet added the Today is that Day blog to their favorites at Technorati, please do so by clicking here, or using the green and white button over in the right sidebar of this page.
As to other bloggers who have helped me learn how to run a successful blog, the 2 that are clearly at the top of my list at the moment are CopyBlogger and ProBlogger. If you have a blog and you want it to be successful, both of those sites should be on your list of places to visit almost daily.
In addition to expressing gratitude to my readers as well as to the people who have helped me along the way, I also wanted to point out some updates that will help you make sure you don’t miss any of the content that is posted here.
At the top of the right-hand column you can see the big orange RSS badge, and clicking that will add the feed for this blog to your favorite feed reader.
If you don’t have a clue what RSS is, you can either read the short tutorial here, click the “What the heck is RSS?” link in the right-hand column, or you can just subscribe to receive blog updates via email, also in the right-hand column.
Also, be sure to click through the links over in the Recent Posts section, the Archives, and the Categories area.
Thank you once again to everyone for your support over the last 6 months, and I look forward to the next 6 months being even better!
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