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Monday, September 22, 2008

Out of the Blogging Bog


Good morning, even if it is a Monday! [That's "Webding" for Monday.]

Last week I polled some blogging buds about their favorite all time post topics. What interesting and varied responses you shared, and thank you again. Oh, and while I'm thinking about it, am I the only nut who posts and reads on weekends? LOL
Sidebar: If Web + Log = Blog, does Blog + Post = Ghost or Boast?

So, to recap, here are some of your best received topics:
Joanne said..."Hmm. I find, and was surprised to see this, that Going Green, with the picture of the green field/pond, was my most popular yet."
Janna Qualman said..."I've been doing Tuesday's Stuff and Things for about a month now, and that gets a lot of readers (according to Statcounter), but posts focused on the craft of writing get a lot of response." http://somethingshewrote.blogspot.com/search/label/stuff%20and%20things
Terri Tiffany said..."If I go according to the number of comments, then my recent post ...the rest of the story, seems to be the one." http://terri-treasures.blogspot.com/2008/09/rest-of-story.html
colbymarshall said..."Herm, I'm not sure what my favorite post is, but I like one where I first described what I would do with a tail if I had one."
The Paper Whisperer said..."I don't have any "tips" for you since I am a virgin blogger."
GardenAuthor said..."A poetic essay...which received several delightful comments and remains one of my personal favorites. It's entitled 'The Three Disciplines of Writing.'"
Melissa Marsh said..."As far as generating comments goes (ones from lurkers, especially), I did one on the quote, 'God didn't give you the desire without the talent.'" http://grosvenorsquare.blogspot.com/search?q=God+didn%27t+give
Kathryn Magendie said..."It's mixed: some people like that I'm writing a novel draft to blog and are enjoying Clementine's story..." http://kathrynmagendie.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!A5E413A8F4D9C222!9912.entry
texasholly said..."My most popular post within people who read me is my beaver trapping post: http://www.junecleavernirvana.com/2008/05/in-these-here-parts-holly-is-known-as.html But the post that has the most hits due to stumbleupon is this silliness:" http://www.junecleavernirvana.com/2008/07/mr-potatocroc.html

6 comments:

Kathryn Magendie said...

I'm going to visit those posts, because now I'm curious!

Angie Ledbetter said...

I did the same, and it really was interesting. Sure gets the mind cranked up with lots of new things to blog about.

colbymarshall said...

Nope, I'm a crazy nut who posts on weekend, too ;-)

Melissa Marsh said...

I sometimes will post on weekends, but mostly just do it during the week unless I have something really exciting to post. ;-)

I find it so interesting what particular posts will bring people out of "lurkdom" to comment. I'm off to go check some of these out!

The Paper Whisperer said...

Does Writer + Gumbo= Rumbo (Cajun version of the Rumba, as in....LET'S!!!) Clearly you need to cut down to 8 pots of coffee, 5-6 blogging days and one clogging day. It is so apparent that you are OVERWORKED!!!

Angie Ledbetter said...

Colby, welcome to the nut bucket. It's not so bad here. ;)

Thanks for exploring the posts/blogs, Melissa.

PW: Thanks for your ever so sweet concern. Mz. Rumbo (Rambo with a sprinkle of hot sauce) appreciates you. LOL

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