January 21, 2008 by
Dear Newbie Bloggers,
Please stop showing your Feedburner stats when you have 10 subscribers.
It just looks bad.
For more on this
Dosh Dosh examines The Impact of Feedcount on Blog Subscriptions
Paul discusses Your Blogs Social Proof
John Tp discusses Faking Your Feedcount
December 26, 2007 by
It’s true that when you work from home a lot of people don’t take you seriously. I’ve found that some people simply cannot comprehend anything that is out of the traditional corporate American lifestyle. For instance,every time I talk to my father he asks me “So what are you doing with your life? Are you looking for a job yet?” The first 10 times it was funny, now it’s borderline offensive.
The I don’t have a “real job” is the myth that most often plagues me. Here are some other myths about working from home.
Work at Home Mom Myth
7 Myths About Work at Home Moms
You Must Play With Your Chia Pet All Day Myth
You are Lonely, Naked, and not Really Working Myth
Let me add another myth to my list. All women who choose to work from home aren’t moms. Can I get some work at home woman support? Just thought I’d toss that one in there
What myths have you encountered?
December 05, 2007 by
My very first twitter was on August 15th and it said: I am not understanding the appeal of Twitter. I just didn’t understand how a service that only provided facebook-like status updates would be a good use of my time. Now I am a fan because it has helped me make connections that I never would have made before. Here’s a few posts that highlight why twitter might be useful for you.
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