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Avoiding the Blogger Trap

I totally agree with Marco in Avoiding the blogger trap:

People aren’t so one-sided. Everyone has a life that goes much deeper than the topics on their blogs.


This site represents me, and I’m random and eccentric and interested in a wide variety of subjects.

This site is me, with a hodge podge of posts ranging from opinion pieces, news, geeky ideas, advice, links, jokes, setups and productivity. I write what I find interesting. I experiment. Sometimes I have a point. Sometimes I just want to provoke thought. And allegedly I even occasionally produce a good and useful post.

I don’t make any money from this. I don’t get any new business from this (as yet, still hoping).

I do care about my readers. I like to engage with you, and get very excited every time I get an email from Disqus to say a new comment has been posted. Or a Twitter or App.Net mention. Or a Facebook page like. And the best is when another blogger links to my work.

I like to write. And I intend to continue writing. Maybe I’ll even get better at it.

But most importantly, thank you for reading Hiltmon.com and coming along on the journey. I hope you continue to enjoy it.

“Good Journey.”

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