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How to Make a Blogger Fall in Love with You – The Ultimate Manual

February 20, 2011

Hello Reader, and thank you for clicking here.

Today I will teach you how to make a blogger fall in love with you. Don’t be fooled by the brevity of this article. The techniques I am about to share with you are very powerful and they do work. You will “just” have to apply them.

I assume that you have been reading for a while, and that you are happy with what you have found here so far. I really hope this is so. That’s a blogger’s dream!

On the other hand, if this is the first thing you read on my blog, it may be a good idea to have a look at my other articles first. Read more …

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7 Comments
  1. Crystal permalink

    I think what you write is absolutely grand! I, myself , am a very open minded person sooo… Others may not like this. It may offend some or it may spark something within. I don’t know how to exactly explain this but I do know I always enjoy reading every piece you write. Keep up the good work! Don’t let people get you down! You are wonderful!!!!

    • Thank you Crystal! Thank you very much. You have your way of making me melt … XOXOXOXO

      To everybody else: Remember what I said about boosting my ego? Here’s how it’s done!

      Take notice 😉

  2. Yeah, while reading the article that would be too good with the high quality content, then only people have to read the article once more

  3. This is a wonderful post, wish I was as eloquent:)

  4. This is such a strong post! You”ve really encapsulated and modeled the admonition “Create a Call to Action.”

    It’s always seemed a little scary to me to tell readers what to do. My style would be more like, “If you feel like it, and if it’s not too much trouble, and if it doesn’t rain next Thrusday, might you consider leaving a teensy comment and perhaps, oh, maybe if you’re inclined subscribe to my blog…?”

    You’ve done this in an assertive but polite way. Loving it!

    • Hey Linda, thank you for the ego strokes!

      My ego is melting like hot butter. You are doing this really well.

      Since you are so delighted by my post, I assume that you already spent a bunch of kick-ass time practising points 1 and 2.

      That’s awesome!

      Now consider points 3 and 4. Never mind if it rains next Thursday.

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