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April 16, 2007

Another day another meme: 5 reasons I blog

Filed under: SEM SEO Training — David Temple @ 9:20 pm

Okay I’ve been tagged in another blog meme. If you want to follow this meme the good folks at SoloSEO have created a blog meme tracker much like the “5 things you didn’t know about me” meme but this time you can edit it. I’m flattered that the Pope of local search, Paul Jahn, and writer extraodanaire, Steve Bradley, aka VanGogh, have tagged me but I really don’t know what to say. Why do I blog? I truly don’t know.

1.) It takes away any free time I have.

2). It’s hard to think of things to blog about.

3). I can’t write very well .

4). Does anyone read this?

5). I’m easily distracted.

Now what were we talking about? Oh yeah, I don’t really know why I blog but I will tag the following people and keep this meme going.

Christy Arneson Jones – SEO Jealous
Chris Brown – Branding & Marketing
Andrea Schoemaker – Pimp My Blog
Matt McGee – Small Business SEM
Emory Rowland – ClickFire

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7 Comments »

  1. I read your blog, David!

    I’m also easily distrac…

    Hey, where did I put my TV remote?

    Comment by Paul — April 20, 2007 @ 12:14 am | Reply

  2. [...] Temple tagged me with a “meme.” This is the first blog meme I’ve participated in. I don’t really have an [...]

    Pingback by Clickfire Blog » Why do I Blog? — April 23, 2007 @ 3:24 am | Reply

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