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Valeria,

As always a great post, it may be the final push I need to move forward online. I've appreciated a lot of your other posts too but have neglected to comment, my apologies.

You downplay your efforts with the comment regarding "intensive journalism". ConversationAgent is consistently top notch and your posts are always thorough and well structured. There aren't any "throw aways" or snippets in your listings.

That said; beyond the initial start-up and organization phase how much time should be allocated to the blog? Would it be fair to say a couple hours per post and several hours a week to tweek the site?

Thanks again and hope all is well.

Hi Valeria,
Thanks much for the e-book, what a valuable resource! While I do several of the things you talk about, there are also many that I can either begin to do, or do better. Great stuff!

I blog because it feels "right"...

Valeria, I continue to receive great assistance from your blog. I will use much of what you have shared in the ebook.
Thanks again!

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