You spend time pounding out blog posts only to have them considered old news two days after they post.
Why not think about a little recycling?
I've had posts reprinted in other places for money, and posts reprinted for fun, but regardless of the dollars involved, recycled posts generate something very valuable, more readers.
This post on How-To Raise Selfish Kids only received 250 hits, but then I recycled and submitted it here.
And all of a sudden, I'm speaking to an audience of 16,000. Nice.
The recycling process prompted me to wonder about you. For those of you who blog, what happens to your old posts? Do you submit them other places? Use them to prompt off-line writing? Allow your words to sit in cyberspace as an online journal of life?
Should you click over to WNC Woman, be sure to check out my friend, Kendra's article (not recycled!) on "Apps for a New You".
On a totally unrelated note, I happen to be addicted to this. Go ahead, crank up the volume. Happy weekend, friends.