I enjoy writing all of the posts on this blog, but a few stand out as my favorites.
This list will change over time and I’ll keep updating as my feelings change.
I like this post because I felt the post was in response to an important question people have about Twitter (and social media in general). I hope I was able to answer the question.
You’ll have to click through to see what the answer is…
This was the most rewarding series of posts I’ve written to this point. I was able to read some wonderful blog posts and connect with some great outdoor bloggers.
I feel like this analogy came out pretty good. Plus this post brings in huge search traffic. People love Bon Jovi.
The weekend I conquered the Rubik’s Cube was both frustrating and satisfying.
I love looking at images on Flickr and sharing them via Creative Commons. These photos inspired some ideas for possible blog post titles.
One of the tricky things about writing blog posts is coming up with a good title. Looking at your local news may be a way to spur some ideas.
#7 is my favorite and one that I think is most important.
I like this post because it uses another one of my passions – golf – to make the point that successful people (no matter what the field or industry) are successful because they have style that is uniquely there own.
There is no doubt Lee Trevino fits into this category.
It’s always fun to know how to get tips from the experts
People seem to love this post because it aggregates a lot of info about the hunting industry.
This is one of the earliest posts I wrote. Chris Brogan made a comment and the traffic came rolling in.
Some good resources for your hunting business.
Keywords are important not only in your copy, but also for your blog titles.
I like this one because it’s about my Grandpa.