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... what a great idea was to create a website like that. It gets students with a click of a mouse. I've started with only two students this January, and Kansas City is a slow place for musicians. Thanks to this website I'm booked for every night and on weekends and do not have to wait for advertising, "word of mouth" and etc. Sincerely, Marina
I just read that it takes Guy Kawasaki (a savvy technology evangelist, venture capitalist, and prolific blogger) several hours to write a blog entry. With a sigh of relief, other boggers admitted to the same.
Guy interviewed David Sifry, Technorati CEO, who gives advice on blogging success and top rankings. Here is one of Sifry’s points:
Post often and post at regular intervals. Ideally at least once a day, or even more often.
Ironically, as Kawasaki notes, Sifry’s own posts are sparse. He appears to be a very busy CEO who posts when it’s time to improve silence.