Tagged by Matthew Jarpe, who was also kind enough to send me a copy of Radio Freefall so I can tell you all about it. If you can't wait, you can read the first three chapters for free.
The embarrassing thing about the whole meme deal is that you need to have ten bloggers out there who might read your blog to pass it on to. In my defense, I've only been doing this about a month and a half. So I can come up with Heather Pagano, Penelope at I Don't Pretent to be an Ordinary Cat,, Daniel Newton at Just Another Blogger..., Denni the Liquorice Lover, Reid Kerr at the Blue Area, and Patricia Wood Aboard SV Orion. That makes six, which is only four short of the mark. Well, if memes are like chain letters, then I guess that means my house will burn down or my cat will start projectile vomiting or something. Oh well...
It's very simple. When this is passed on to you, copy the whole thing, skim the list and put a * star beside those that you like. (Check out especially the * starred ones.)
Add the next number (1. 2. 3. 4. 5., etc.) and write your own blogging tip for other bloggers. Try to make your tip general.
After that, tag 10 other people. Link love some friends!
Just think- if 10 people start this, the 10 people pass it onto another 10 people, you have 100 links already!
1. Look, read, and learn. *****
2. Be, EXCELLENT to each other. *****
3. Don't let money change ya! ****
4. Always reply to your comments. ***
5. Link liberally -- it keeps you and your friends afloat in the Sea of Technorati. ****
6. Don't give up - persistance is fertile. ***
7. Give link credit where credit is due.**
8. What the world needs is content. Provide it. *
9. If it's past midnight, go to bed