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Read Friends Become Good Clients via Social Web, Shari Weiss’ interview on her social media blog. I talked about my blogging history and how this blog has helped me grow with both technical knowledge and special relationships. Enjoy!

Ilana-Davita says

I have just read the interview; a very good summary of things you have been saying here and there.
If someone visits your post and leaves a comment, try to visit one of her posts and comment. It’s called “social” for a reason – good manners are important.
This is indeed very important and something you do well; you don't just say "hello"but manage to personalize your comments. I wish more people were like you. I can't understand why some people write so much expecting people to visit and comment and can never do the same.

Mrs. S. says

Wonderful interview! I specifically appreciated the "lessons" you shared. As a fellow freelancer, I can relate to much of what you said.

And I agree with Ilana-Davita: your comments are always great! :-)

Jew Wishes says

The interview is an excellent one!

Thank you for sharing your ideas and thoughts.

I totally agree with a blogger visiting the blog of another, when they have left a comment on your blog. It is extremely important, not only from an etiquette perspective, but lets the other person know that you valued their visit to your blog.

Leora says

"lets the other person know that you valued their visit to your blog" - although sometimes one posts and then gets involved in the many details of life and can't get back to all the other bloggers.

I try to get to the new visitors, at least. When it comes to visiting the "regular" readers like yourselves, oh, that is always such a pleasure! But doesn't happen every day.


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