Larry Brauner

After much consideration and discussion with my friend Janice Weinberg, I have decided to limit the scope of this blog to online social networking, social media, and personal development.

There are other places to promote her site and her book. Keeping a narrow focus will better serve my readers and help the search engines.

I appreciate your readership and support. I encourage your participation. Sincere comments will be rewarded with a follow-link back to your website.

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  1. MistrTim on April 1st, 2008 2:17 pm

    Hi Larry,

    Certainly I applaud your decision in keeping the focus of your blog limited in its scope. Blogs that are all over the place have difficulty in creating any real readership and participation.
    This allows you to draw in regular visitors who are interested in the topics you cover, and they keep coming back because they find information they are interested in every time.

    Beyond that, it helps with your keyword and ranking strategy, because your are continually adding to the related content of your site PLUS your LSI continues to improve with the associated terms that you add with every article and with every post.

  2. speedyol on June 4th, 2008 12:17 am

    Many people use a blog just to organize their own thoughts, while others command influential worldwide audiences of thousands.

    Professional and amateur journalists use blogs to publish breaking news, while personal journalers reveal inner thoughts.

    The blogging experience is about not only putting your thoughts on the web, but hearing back from and connecting with other like-minded folks.

    Not only are you helping the search engines, keeping a narrow focus will better serve your blogging objectives.

    Congratulation for your decision to limit the scope of the blog.

    Jonathan Haryanto

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