This is a tree-in-the-forest thing. Clever huh? Ok....but my question is still the same. We see posts run through the AR blog roll and sometimes by the time I come back to read one, it's already gone. Did anyone catch it in time? Was it read? Did it matter?
I have written posts with very few clicks (in the Statistics) and no comments. Shocking, I know...but true. They are often hyper-local ones, but sometimes they were just boring. As they head out to the blogosphere I wonder if there is any impact at all from having written them.
What might have made them more relevent? Better title? Different angle? Sharper Insight? Or maybe the point was a couple of points and writing practice. And that's ok too....
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