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Poker Blogging: Not for the lazy

Well I have come to realize that to have a successful poker blog it takes a lot of work. Not only is it time consuming to think of new topics and write about them, but you also end up doing a lot of reading yourself. I try to keep up to date with everyone else’s blog and hope to slowly create connections with other blogs online. I don’t like to only read blogs that are of high ranking because that would say that no new blog is worth reading, so I try to read as many new blogs as possible. But doing that and keeping up with the blogs I already like can be tough. I know I miss some but hope to keep up with most.

I would like to give a shout out to several of my readers that have been very encouraging to me and their positive feedback has helped me to continue blogging. Before some of you were generous enough to link, and read my blog I started to lose faith and contemplated an early retirement but thanks to you I have made it through the bad beats and hit my rush. If you are looking for REAL poker bloggers these are the people you want to talk to. Thanks again:

Jordan , Steele , Short-stacked Shamus , River run , Mortal_one, along with many others who have posted comments along the way.


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Dunno if you read Duggles post today, but he basically tells everyone who reads him to come read you. That's pretty freaking sweet, Duggle gets some serious readers.

If you're having trouble keeping up with all the reading, you might want to look at bloglines, if you don't use it already (i didn't see a link to it..) Maybe one of your other links is the same type of thing.

Also, I'm just venturing into BlogExplosion which generates traffic for your blog. Certainly not readers, but hits nonetheless. Advertisers usually like to know how many hits you get per day, week, month, etc.

Keep up the good work!

Thanks, bud. Keep up the good work.

Damn, that other Jordan always throws me off. It IS a lot of work, so its got to be a passion project. My best suggestion for making more connections amongst bloggers is to play in some of the blogger tournaments. They are running 4 days a week, usually. If you need specifics, hit me up with an email.

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