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Some of the bloggers who post primarily breaking news have moved to micro-blogging on Social Networking sites like Twitter and FriendFeed.

There is the immediacy of the latest news or changes and then there is the person seeking a solution to a pressing challenge.

Bloggers who create valuable resources that can be used for research and referenced repeatedly provide those solutions. My blog is one of those as is this one. Our type of blog is certainly not obsolete.

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

Sarah

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Thank you, Sarah. Much appreciated.

@Cougar - thank you for stopping by.

@Brian - if I didn't convince you here, wait until you see my post on Twitter later this week :)

@Bruce - glad to be of service. You have been most generous in linking and sharing. And you come with considerable marketing experience yourself. Thank you for reading and participating so actively.

@Lance - good to hear from you. Hope things are well. It feels right, doesn't it?

@Bruce - I prefer to stay humble, there is so much I still need to learn. You are very kind. I spend about 30 hours a week working on ideas, researching, writing, and giving back to the community in the form of comments, sharing other people's content, and networking offline. Funny enough, offline these days means by email. I'm sure there's a post there. I have very high standards for my readers. You take the time to come over, I take the time to make sure it's worthwhile.

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