Ana Hoffman’s Six Steps to Becoming an Authority Blogger

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This is a guest post contributed by Michael Alexis from WriterViews. 

He breaks down a recent interview with Ana Hoffman of TrafficGenerationCafe into 6 simple steps to becoming what’s commonly dubbed an “authority blogger”. 

I have lots of respect for Ana as a fellow blogger, so I felt compelled to share this wealth of information with you, my dear readers. (I know, I’m SO cool.) 

Actually, Michael is the cool one for contributing this, so thanks Michael luv. Now BGB’ers- do make the man feel welcome in the comments below! A simple hello will suffice, but dialogue is a beautiful thang. ;)

I think the main goal of any blog when it first gets online should be to become an authority in a niche subject. Once you become an authority it becomes much, much easier to drive traffic because people hear about you. They see you all over other blogs. So traffic kind of comes naturally after that.
– Ana Hoffman, on becoming an authority blogger

Ana Hoffman of Traffic Generation Cafe is an authority blogger. In just 1.5 years online she’s reached the Alexa 8000′s and proven she knows how to get an enormous amount of traffic in a short period of time.

I did this video interview with Ana to a) learn her strategies for driving traffic, and b) find out how to become an authority blogger. This post includes Ana’s six steps to becoming an authority blogger.

1: Pick a Niche With Demand

I started studying traffic generation, and as I looked into that I saw there was a need for other people to know that information too.
– Ana Hoffman, on finding your niche

Ana’s first step, to pick a niche there is demand for, is sometimes neglected. She’s noticed that often people go for topics they love or have passion for, which is great – but not necessarily profitable.

At this stage then it’s important to decide whether you are blogging because of your passion, or if you want to make money because this is your business.

You can still have passion for your business – making it work and creating systems to make it work better, but for the topic you just need to like it and know enough to research and write posts.

For Ana, the transition to writing about traffic generation was natural. As she researched this topic herself, she was also observing. Ana recommends reading other blogs, comments on them, and forums to see what people are asking about.

Once you do that you can try and match what people want to know about with knowledge you already have or knowledge that is easily obtainable.

Action Step:

Look at blogs and forums for a specific niche. Go straight to the comments and see what kinds of questions people are asking. If you can answer those questions, you can build a blog around the niche.

2: Prove You Can Get Results

It does have to stem from experience, you can’t just get it out of thin air… It won’t go, because people will know you are faking it.
– Ana Hoffman, on proving you can get results

Ana warns that if you are just getting started with blogging, not to start a blog about making money blogging. Why?

You will be making zero until you get established. To become an authority blogger you have to not just write about great strategies, but also show that you are using them to get results.

At Traffic Generation Cafe, Ana proved her strategies worked by reaching the Alexa 100,000′s in just three months.

Here are some more suggestions on how to prove your strategies:

  • Personal Finance Blog: each month show the declining balance on your loans.
  • Lifestyle Design Blog: show off pictures of your desirable lifestyle
  • Marketing Blog for Consultancy Business: include stories of how your clients applied your advice and got results
  • Creative Writing Blog: write REALLY creative stuff!
  • Harry Potter Blog: give in-depth analysis of the characters, settings, plot – anything to show off that you know more than the average fan
  • Blogging Interviews Site: get interviews with the world’s top bloggers :- )

Action Step:

Qualify your finding from step one by proving you can get results. The results don’t have to be instant, but make a plan and stick to it.

3: Write Epic Content

People have to come to your blog and say “Wow, I’ve never read this before. This is amazingly helpful to me. I want to come back and read this again!”.
– Ana Hoffman, on just how good your writing needs to be.

When you think of authority bloggers, do some of these names come to mind?

There’s a wide variety of authority there. Personal finance and behavioural change, online marketing, living a remarkable life, writing – but the one element that ties all these bloggers together is they write Corbett Barr’s Epic Sh**.

Writing epic content basically boils down to this:

Write things that make people think. Inspire people. Change lives. Create value. Blow people away with your usefulness.
–Corbett Barr, on writing epic content

So how do you that as a beginner blogger? Ana suggests writing about your experience getting started. Things like how you evaluated your web hosting provider or selected a theme (by the way, every blogger I interview says to get a premium theme – it’s a big part of establishing authority too).

After that, make sure you aren’t just writing what everyone else is. Writing a post about how to start a Facebook fan page is old news, so turn it around: how can you build an email list via a Facebook fan page?

Put a new spin on it. Disagree with it. Whatever. Just don’t retell the same old info you’ll find on every other blog because no-one will read it.

Ana knows that when you are getting started it can be difficult to find your writing voice. Eventually she settled on writing plainly about things – writing in the way that she speaks and not trying to sound too fancy. She doesn’t use too many words or write a mile long intro.

Instead, focus on the look and feel of your content. Ana says people come to your blog and skim through the info to see if it is helpful. You can make it easier for them by adding h3 tags, bold font and images.

By making your writing accessible for people they will read it, and as they read it you will become an authority for your niche.

Epic seems like a pretty high standard right? It takes practice and experimenting to find the voice that resonates with your audience – but put the work in (and I will too) and we will get there!

Action Step:

Before publishing your next post, give it the scan test. Imagine a reader lands on your page and skims through the post – would they be drawn into your writing?

4: Form a Blogging Circle

“It was just group of people who were good solid bloggers and hungry for more attention.”
– Ana Hoffman, on her first blogging circle

Once you’ve picked an in-demand niche, and are writing epic content, Ana’s next step is to get the word out. She says at first you alone cannot do that, and you need help from others.

Ana’s “others” were other bloggers writing about topics surrounding internet marketing. They weren’t hugely popular, but some had a little readership and they all had the same problem of bringing traffic to their blogs.

So, Ana invited the other bloggers to form a blogging circle with her. That meant they would comment and share each others posts as a way of creating social proof.

When new visitors arrived at their blogs, the perception was a lively and active community. Ana says thats the initial push your blog needs.

Here’s how to setup your own blogging circle:

Step 1: Identifying blogs in your niche that have quality writing and you enjoy reading. Quality is critical, since when you press Like or Tweet you are putting your name to that content. Ana recommends a total of 15-20 blogs.

Step 2: Start commenting on these blogs to build a relationship. Since they don’t get much traffic you will be noticed immediately.

Step 3: Email the bloggers and say “I’m thinking of forming a blogging circle, the benefits are we will all get more comments, shares, traffic and social proof. Would you like to join?”

Step 4: Give your group a home. Ana formed a private Facebook group that only her and the others knew about.

Step 5: Write the rules. Each week the group memebers would post a link to a particular post, everyone partcipating was expected to comment on all other requests. So, each would get 10-15 comments per post. If someone was slacking, Ana would follow up with an email and eventually boot them from the group.

Action Step:

Tonight, find 10 blogs in your niche that are still getting started – leave a comment on them.

5: Comment on Other Blogs

Commenting on other blogs can be pointless. It doesn’t bring traffic. But it does build your brand and recognition.
– Ana Hoffman, on why you should comment on other blogs

Since you are involved in the blogging world, you probably like receiving comments on your own blog, and you probably leave comments on other blogs. It’s a community.

Ana says that comments are not a traffic generation strategy (at least not a meaningful one), but instead can be used to build brand and recognition.

Combined with Danny Iny’s idea of micro-networks, focus your comments on several blogs where your desired audience hangs out. They will see your comments everywhere, and a natural relationship starts developing.

Action Step:

Leave a comment on this post ;- ).

6: Remove Negative Social Proof

If not enough people follow you and you put that widget in your sidebar, then people think “it’s probably not worth liking you”.
– Ana Hoffman, on making sure your social proof actually proves something

So, all the authority blogs you visit really get to show off their numbers.

Awesome numbers, right? And they benefit from the snowball effect, the higher than number the more readily people will join. But if you are just getting started, you don’t have numbers to show off – you have a chicken and egg problem.

One quick tip (that I expect you’ve already thought of) is to ask your personal network of friends and family to join your Facebook/Twitter/RSS/Email list/whatever. Ana says once you reach a couple hundred people, you can put the widget in your sidebar.

Action Step:

Invite your personal network to join your Facebook fan page.

Finishing Thoughts

Not only was my interview with Ana full of really practical advice, but it was inspiring too. So, let me leave you with one more quote from Ana that really resonated with me:

I didn’t know when I crossed that line of becoming an authority blog. But once my readers started telling me that’s what they considered me, I thought “okay, I’ve finally made it”. So, it probably took me about six months to get there. If you are new to blogging, it doesn’t take years and years online to get to where I am now, it’s very possible to do.
– Ana Hoffman, inspiring us all to reach higher with our blogging

Thanks so much for reading this post. Can you please let me know in the comments what was the most valuable tip you learned?

All right my pretties… if you found this post fabulously useful, you can do one of three things.

  1. Share it via Facebook, Twitter, and/or Google Plus.
  2. Send out mad links to it via email to all and sundry friends and readers.
  3. Do nothing. In which case don’t be surprised when I egg your house. (Kidding. I’m not that mean. At least not on Tuesdays.)

Sincerely- Yours Truly. (Oh and don’t forget to give Michael an answer below. He might egg MY house if you don’t. Just sayin’.)


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Michael alexis January 31, 2012 at 2:02 PM

Hi Cori – looks great and thanks so much for the warm introduction :- )

Looking forward to your reader’s thoughts.

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Sally Erickson January 31, 2012 at 7:53 PM

Hi Michael & Cori,
I’m not wild about interviews so I really appreciate what you did with this one. (Pull a great quote and discuss it.) I’ve heard Ana’s story before, but this time the Blogging Circle idea with all it’s detail was just what I needed right now. Those are the tips I’m going to use for all the benefits she talked about. Thanks for the expert interview and discussion from one of my favorite writers.


Michael alexis February 1, 2012 at 9:49 AM

Thanks Sally – I don’t really care for text based interviews but this one is based off a video interview… And Ana is a great interviewee :- )

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admin March 20, 2012 at 12:44 PM

Hey Sally.. I’m the same! :) I’d rather get the important cliff notes than eat up time with listening or reading an entire interview.


Ana January 31, 2012 at 9:51 PM

Yes, you are waaay cool, Cori, and you know it!

And that Ana person sounds amazing… lol

Thanks both Cori and Michael; great implementation ideas, Michael.
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Michael alexis February 1, 2012 at 9:40 AM

My pleasure :- )

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admin March 20, 2012 at 12:45 PM

LOL.. thanks Ana. ;) We’re all pretty damn cool huh?


Gerald Weber February 1, 2012 at 8:39 PM

RT @anatrafficcafe: Ana Hoffman’s Six Steps to Becoming an Authority Blogger by @writerviews at @BigGirlBranding's blog


RachelPoling February 2, 2012 at 5:42 PM

This is great! I really enjoy Anna’s blog, so it was really nice to hear your interview. Thanks for the great read. I truly enjoyed it. :)
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Michael alexis February 2, 2012 at 8:47 PM

My pleasure Rachel.

What was the most useful tip for you?

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RachelPoling February 2, 2012 at 10:48 PM

Hmm, probably the “write epic stuff” part. I’m not too terribly far past the point where I remember it being very hard to know what to write. Sometimes I still struggle a little with it. It’s a good refresher course. ;)
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admin March 20, 2012 at 12:48 PM

Thanks Rachel, glad you enjoyed the post. It can definitely be tough some days to put out epic shite, (or what YOU see as epic at any rate). I think that’s the distinction.. YOU may not feel what you’ve put out is your best stuff, but you are often your harshest critic. And you never know where a seed you sow is going to sprout and take root… people can often surprise you with what THEY think is your most epic works. :)


Rachel Poling March 20, 2012 at 6:04 PM

Now THAT’s the truth. Sometimes I get comments back from a post I thought was “meh”, and people are getting tons of inspiration etc. from it. I just have to chuckle and go “that’s life!” haha.
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Paul February 3, 2012 at 7:35 AM

Awesome stuff that Anna always shares. I follow her on Traffic Generation and really neat to see her knowledge show up at so many places. A real inspiration for all of us. The commenting tribe strikes me as being a great step for growing ones blog. Plus the benefits of working with other like minded people would be awesome. Thanks for sharing your take on your interview with her Cory.


admin March 20, 2012 at 12:49 PM

Hey Paul- All credit goes to Michael and Ana for this one! I’m just a vehicle for sharing. ;)


Michael alexis February 3, 2012 at 7:42 PM

Howdy Paul

Glad you enjoyed the info.

Best wishes for implementation.

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Deimar February 4, 2012 at 10:46 AM

Not much to say. Excellent post. Thanks for sharing.


Lily Rose February 7, 2012 at 4:51 AM

Actually, once I started blogging and explored the other blogs in the niche, I’ve spotted Anna’s comments right away at several of them. That’s what made me come to her blog over and over again.

So, commenting works at some point :)
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admin March 20, 2012 at 12:51 PM

Hey Lily.. it does indeed! :) It may not drive waves of traffic your way, but it does help in branding and visibility with the movers and shakers in your niche that can HELP begin to drive that traffic. Kind of like raising children takes a village, raising a blog takes a tribe. And building that tribe starts with reaching out, often beginning with a comment. :)


Leslie February 9, 2012 at 4:10 PM

Some really useful stuff here. I’m off to create a blogging circle. (and remove that sidebar widget which tells the world I have only 37 followers!)


admin February 9, 2012 at 4:38 PM

LOL.. You get ‘em girl! :)


Gerald Martin February 14, 2012 at 3:25 AM

It sounds kinda hard when you hear people say that you should pick a niche with a high demand because all of the established competition you have. When I read the rest of it from step 2, I understood that it can really be done even if you have a lot of competition promoting the same thing as you.


admin March 20, 2012 at 12:52 PM

Hey Gerald.. Yeah I wouldn’t be too leery of joining a competitive niche. With the right strategy and a bit of moxie, almost anything can be achieved.


اراضي للبيع في الاردن February 14, 2012 at 5:09 AM

Awesome stuff that Anna always shares. I follow her on Traffic Generation and really neat to see her knowledge show up at so many places. A real inspiration for all of us.


Jenni February 14, 2012 at 11:07 AM

I know Ana a long time ago when she has just starting her blog and up to now, it’s becoming a most visited blog in blogging niche. It’s really awesome.


admin March 20, 2012 at 12:53 PM

Hey Jenni… yep that lady rocks it. :)


Mike Hill February 24, 2012 at 12:25 PM

Michael, what an amazing post. You have given us some great ideas. In fact, I am implementing one of them now – blog commenting!


admin March 20, 2012 at 12:53 PM

Heh… thanks Mike!


Robert February 29, 2012 at 9:14 PM


This was a really solid guest post with tons of great insights by both you and Ana. One thing that really sticks out to me is this:

“Ana knows that when you are getting started it can be difficult to find your writing voice. ”

I think this is especially true at the beginning for most bloggers. If you haven’t really written much before, it’s probably going to take a little longer to discover your true “voice.” I’m still in the process of nailing down my voice, but I feel like the more I write, the closer I get to making my true voice more prominent.


admin March 5, 2012 at 1:43 PM

Hey Robert.. it definitely holds true that the more you write the more you come into your own so to speak. lol :)


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Jeane March 6, 2012 at 2:16 AM

Agree! Standing of one’s online reputation is really a major plus in driving traffic of followers to the blog. How to attain this stage is no rocket science, simple tips like this really works and proven.


Captain Affiliate March 6, 2012 at 9:46 AM

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Ryan Hanley March 9, 2012 at 7:11 AM

Ana Hoffman is amazing at what she does… These 6 are of the utmost importance.

I would say that Social Validation is the number one priority for first time visitors especially Search Traffic visitors. These are the people that are going enamored by seeing “join 114,000 subscribers”. That’s when the snowball effect happens.

Getting there, well that just take’s hard work. But the tips you have here are all great!


Ryan H.


admin March 20, 2012 at 12:32 PM

Hey Ryan, glad you enjoyed the read! :) I agree, Ana is awesome. And coming from a personal perspective, I agree that when I land on a new site, I often look first to see what sort of fan base they have, and how they stack up in comparison to similar blogs I love.


Yeremi Akpan May 15, 2012 at 6:44 AM

Michael, This is my first time here, and I must confess that I have received value for my time. I went over to your site and I was equally impressed. Great idea!
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admin May 17, 2012 at 5:39 PM

So glad you enjoyed Michael’s post! :)


Michael alexis May 17, 2012 at 5:44 PM

Thanks Yeremi!

Inspiration for my site was Mixergy.

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Elena Anne June 2, 2012 at 7:44 PM

The blogging circle is a great idea. We should not forget about being a part of a community even in the online sphere. Without the input and support of others we risk making a blog irrelevant to the cares and interest of others.


Turndog Millionaire June 6, 2012 at 1:36 AM

Love the idea of a Blogging Circle. Hmmm, ideas are spinning around :)

This might be something I’ll have to look into

Matthew (Turndog Millionaire)


admin June 7, 2012 at 8:14 PM

Hehe.. glad you could glean some ideas to churn around. :)


Marketing Ideas 101 June 26, 2012 at 12:43 PM

Brilliant post! Thank you, Michael, for the interview report. Really solid information that has my wheels turning. Thank you, Cori, for publishing this!

Marketing Ideas 101


Brian Roldan June 26, 2012 at 5:18 PM

I’m a newbie in the field of blogging, different ideas and opinion is a big help for me. thanks for sharing informative post.


oferte cazare July 3, 2012 at 8:14 AM

If I learned anything in the past 2-3 years as a blogger is that you need to become friends with bloggers. There is no better exposure than this and being a nice guy can have big benefits on the long run. Of course I’m not saying you should be somebodies shadow or a kissa$$ but you have to join the herd if you want to be successful.


Neil July 6, 2012 at 5:37 AM

Ana Hoffman certainly knows what she is talking about. You have really given us some incredible feedback from your interview with Ana, Michael. Thanks for sharing this with us.
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admin July 10, 2012 at 9:43 AM

Couldn’t agree more Neil! :)


Derek Maak August 1, 2012 at 4:26 PM

Hey Michael,

I really like Ana’s comments about forming a blogging group and also about removing negative social proof. I’ve found nobody ever likes to be the first person to comment on a website. But everyone will chime in once there are a few comments. Having a blogging group can help you get the ball rolling.

Also, I agree that showing how many people are following you when you don’t have many followers can actually be detrimental because people’s mindset is, “Hmm..he only has 10 followers. This site must not be that great.” In those cases, it’s probably better to avoid widgets and stuff that show how many people have followed you until you build up your brand more.


Faissal Alhaithami August 5, 2012 at 7:42 AM

You’re absolutely right. There are several bloggers that pursue an area because they are truly passionate about pursuing it. Apart from choosing something that you really enjoy doing, you should also choose a niche that’s profitable.



admin August 10, 2012 at 1:34 PM

Definitely go for passion AND profit. :)


ALEX August 23, 2012 at 6:32 PM

Hi, I´m a newbie but I’m working on my online reaputataion, I’m still in the process of finding my voice, but do know I have a passion for what I’m doing and go to bed happy evry night knowing that I’m doing a job that I love, this means more than anything these days!


admin August 24, 2012 at 10:18 AM

Hey Alex.. sounds like you’re on a great track then! :)


ravi patelt August 25, 2012 at 10:57 AM

hi michael,
thanks for sharing ana’s interview with us. i am a big fan of ana’s blog ‘traffic generation cafe’ and i used to visit regularly on her blog. it contains a lot of useful tips for new bloggers.


admin August 31, 2012 at 9:51 AM

Thanks Ravi, glad you found it useful!


Custom Made Mattresses August 29, 2012 at 12:47 AM

Hey Michael, all of what you mentioned is right on! This quote pretty much sums it up for me “Write things that make people think. Inspire people. Change lives. Create value. Blow people away with your usefulness.” Do that and everything else will fall in place.


admin August 31, 2012 at 9:49 AM

Agreed on the quote! :)


John September 5, 2012 at 4:12 PM

I’m going to have to start reading Ana’s site more regularly. I’d never heard of her until a couple of weeks ago, when I listened to a podcast with her. Now I seem to come across her name everywhere I turn, LOL.

I wonder if it’s like buying a car then seeing the same kind everywhere you go – now that I know her name, I see it everywhere!


admin September 6, 2012 at 7:52 AM

I think it’s EXACTLY like that. LOL Ana has been around awhile, but if you aren’t running in the same circles much, until something snags your attention it’s like you have blinders on. Then it’s like the blinders are magically removed. hehe


Melissa September 7, 2012 at 11:06 AM

This information is really interesting, and is even more interesting because I blog for a business and while writing comes very naturally to me, the particular niche of my business does not. I love the idea of visiting similarly niched blogs and browsing through the comments to see what people are wanting to know. Such a great content creation idea! Also love the group and “home” idea. A forum to discuss your forums! Thanks, guys!!


admin September 10, 2012 at 9:11 AM

Hey Melissa.. thanks for dropping by, glad you found the read informative! :)


Alex September 8, 2012 at 10:28 AM

What an amazing interview with Ana! She’s an inspiration for us all, like the idea of a commenting tribe, it would offer well needed support and would be great to have more to do with like-minded people.


admin September 10, 2012 at 9:12 AM

Thanks Alex glad you enjoyed. Ana is definitely an inspiring lady. :)


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Richard Brokenshire September 12, 2012 at 9:41 PM

Hi, Ana is brilliant. If you’re not reading her blog you are doing yourself a great disservice. She does write stellar content and you you can absolutely learn a lot about traffic generation from her. And she likes coffee … say no more.


admin September 14, 2012 at 7:34 AM

Lol hey Richard… agreed.. she likes coffee! Say no more. :)


Adrian September 13, 2012 at 9:01 AM

Being an Authority Blogger needs those 3Ds i.e. Desire , Discipline and dedication and That’s what i feel whenever i think about it. I would say , Blogging is the platform where if you stand and shout with some relevant information everyone would hear you but if you just copy someone else and repeat the lines , that would hardly get any attention. thanks


admin September 14, 2012 at 7:33 AM

Hey Adrian… couldn’t agree more, those 3 D’s are definitely required! :)


Sanjib Saha September 27, 2012 at 10:27 PM

Hello Michael,

I like this post and all your ideas. I strongly support the content idea. Content is king even today. The future of any blog depends the kind of content posted on it. That is why you can have better or poor traffic.

Sanjib Saha


Michael Alexis October 7, 2012 at 2:00 PM

Thanks Sanjib. I generally agree with you that “content is king”, but Derek Halpern had an interesting take on that.

The “Content is King” Myth Debunked

Try signing up for his email list too – the system Derek has built for on-boarding new subscribers is pretty clever.

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Alex September 28, 2012 at 1:59 PM

For most, blogging is doing their passion, they love to write. mI found Anna’s site really interesting, never heard of her before but will definately go back for more.


admin September 28, 2012 at 6:23 PM

Thanks Alex, glad you enjoyed! :)


joseph12 October 4, 2012 at 11:27 AM

it’s important to decide whether you are blogging because of your passion, or if you want to make money because this is your business.Thanks for sharing it.


Michael Alexis October 7, 2012 at 1:58 PM

Hey Joseph – thanks for the comment. Think there is a third option? What about if you don’t have a clear passion / aren’t interested in blogging as a business. What else can you do?

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Kamil January 24, 2013 at 10:48 AM


this post gave me some great ideas, now I just need to sit down and make it work :). Thank you very much!



admin February 3, 2013 at 7:53 PM

Get to it! :)


noman March 7, 2013 at 8:57 AM

Michael Alexis – I love the idea of putting yourself out there and starting to write even before your are an “expert.” I believe we can learn a lot and help others even without years of experience in whatever topic we are writing about. In that way I love what you are saying.


admin March 8, 2013 at 10:45 AM

Hey Noman.. everyone definitely has their own unique experiences and wisdom to offer if they take the time to tap into it.


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