30 day Blog Challenge

Well I have got to the end of this challenge and posted 30 posts in 30 days. What a wonderful way to motivate us to write hopefully interesting posts and work in a community of writers and professionals that care and share.

I hope to continue every other day with this blog and post useful ideas and content to my readers . I thank both Dr Jeanette Cates and Connie Ragen Green for encouraging me and 240 or so others to participate in this modified skinner box experiment. I will not push the handle to get my emotional reward for completion but I will remember the habits that these two educators and mentors have instilled.

I am interested in my readers and their thoughts on the topics I have covered over the last thirty days. What topics interest you and which ones would you like to see more of? Leave a comment or suggestion and I will follow your desires, provided they are awful and decent.):

I note that a lot of the participants also exceeded the targets and I congratulate them for it. I have learned through this that simple act of having a writing ritual has help me with the organization and direction of my business which is helping small businesses and professionals get their message out and grow their business.Practice does make perfect and all marketers can always use more practice.

Listening is also as important as writing to a marketer, by doing your basic research and finding useful information that can help others we will grow ourselves and our businesses while having fun along the way.
I do hope that we can continue to connect with the MOM group and be of assistance to others going forward

By Robert Metras

Rob is an experienced internet marketer and author. He helps businesses, professionals and organizations to raise their online visibility in local search and get more from their promotions and advertising and free use of search engine products.

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