You might not hear it often enough, but keep up the great work. Every single one of you is an important asset and I appreciate all of the hard work that each of of you has contributed to covering the domaining landscape. We all come from diverse backgrounds and have unique perspectives on what we feel is important. In addition to this we all have our target audiences we tend to write for.
Domainers are based all around the world and the blogs that represent domaining do a great job of reflecting this notion. If you are concerned about being critiqued for what you write, my reply to you is to keep on blogging. I learn something new from all of you on a weekly basis and I am sure many others do as well.
I take pride in the fact that many of you weather the positive and negative storms of praise and criticism. This is what I like to call balance and it’s something that we all seek in life. Focus on the positive comments and let the negative ones fall right off of you. Regardless of what you might think, your unique writing styles are ALL appreciated. There are a select few who will try to challenge you on this, but then again this is what they have built their reputations on and again it is this unique writing style which they have developed and honed in on over the years. Controversy sells and it’s no different when it comes to domain blogging, so don’t take any of it personal.
I’ve been a part time domain investor since I flipped my first couple of names in college. I used to frequent the domaining forums at this time and I can tell you not much has changed as far as praise and criticism are concerned. Would you expect it to be different, when there are so many various ways to make money as a domain investor? I certainly would not and that’s another reason why it’s important to keep on blogging. Your unique perspectives are what makes me visit your blogs time and time again.
Let’s just say you would be amazed at which blogs I tend to read. As we start 2013 and inch towards Webfest Global let’s continue to cover domaining like it deserves to be covered and leave no angle untapped!
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