Make Big Money Online Top

Who are you? What do you want to know?

Written by George Manty  · October 24, 2006

I am trying a little experiment here and I need your help.

When you see this post, I would like you to leave me a comment. Leave a comment about anything you want to. To help you out, here are some things you could ask/tell me:

Let me know who you are.
What you want to see on this blog.
Where you found this blog.
What websites you own.
What you do for a living.
What your favorite television show is.
What you think of the design and layout for this blog.
Your favorite blogs.
Where you live.
etc.

If you ask me a question and I answer it in a new post, I will include the URL to one of more of your sites in the post.

So, just go ahead and leave me a comment. It’s not hard, it doesn’t hurt, just do it!

PS. I will only post links to sites that are generally family friendly sites (ie. no gambling, rx, p*rn, etc.).


AddThis Social Bookmark Button


Comments

7 Responses to “Who are you? What do you want to know?”

  1. Michael Ellis on October 24th, 2006 9:38 pm

    What are your favorite blogs? I enjoy reading about success, entreprenuership, leadership, etc. It would be interesting to know what you have been reading on the subject!

  2. Easton Ellsworth on October 25th, 2006 10:03 am

    You show up a lot in my keyword search feeds. I wanna see more images here! (I know, my blog needs more images too!) I like your design. Great post idea here.

  3. George Manty on October 25th, 2006 10:15 am

    Thanks for the feedback so far.

  4. George Manty on October 25th, 2006 10:17 am

    Easton,

    What search feeds do you use? I tend to mainly use Technorati.

    Thanks,

    George

  5. Easton Ellsworth on October 26th, 2006 1:37 pm

    George, I have a NewsGator Online account where I read some search feeds that I’ve subscribed to. Some are Technorati feeds for phrases like “blog traffic,” “blogging tips,” etc. I typically limit the feed to blogs with “some” or “a little” authority to filter out some of the spam blogs (splogs) in the results. It’s a very nice way to see who’s blogging on a given topic, and I discover new blogs that way all the time.

  6. George Manty on October 26th, 2006 1:54 pm

    Thanks for the information. I plan on doing more monitoring of other blogs, because it will give me a chance to interact with more bloggers. Which I have found can be a good way to grow your traffic.

  7. Rob Stgeorge on November 3rd, 2006 7:20 pm

    Hey there, I like your blog just the way it is, keep up the good work.

    From NZ, and work as a Data Analyst for a childrens clothing company.





   _________________________________________________




Bottom