I am new to the blogging world, but I have to say it's been a very gratifying experience so far.
I originally started my blog as a way to facilitate discussions among those interested in improving their experiences at work or boosting their careers. I also thought it would be a good chance to build a community of people who support one another and offer advice on various workplace dilemmas or issues.
I've already been interviewed by two bloggers about my book, "45 Things You Do That Drive Your Boss Crazy...and How to Avoid Them." One of the bloggers was in the U.S. -- the other in Pakistan. To me, it's amazing how quickly communities of people come together under a blog, and how they support one another, argue with each other and discuss various issues. Sort of like when families get together at the holidays!
So, I'd like to take this opportunity to introduce you to two bloggers who, I think, have blogs worth checking out and learning from. Two blogs that have interviews with me:
At the same time, I'd like to hear from anyone who is using a blog to further a career. What do you think is important to include on your blog, and what should you avoid? What advice could you offer to others about blogging?
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Labels: Anita Bruzzese, blogging, blogs, careers, quasifictionalviews.blogspot.com, successful-blog.com, workplace
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I saw your book the other day in Barnes and Noble and bought it for my nephew who is graduating from college. Great stuff!
Two fine blogs, Anita - especially Liz @ successful (and outstanding) blogs...I visited Dio's place and thats how I found yours. What grabbed me is your a journalist. I market in the newspaper business...so some of my best friends are journalist ;). I love the title of your book and have read your column on occasion. Keep up your good work on organizational life. Enjoy your blogging path and the people you bump into :)
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