10.6.10

31 Days to Build a Better Blog: Now You're Profiling

barbie and oats

Day 29: Profiling.

Truly, I thought a person could get in trouble for profiling. But apparently there are different brands. Today's recommended profiling activity is fully legal and socially acceptable, unless you go about it in an anti-social way.

The idea is to build your own profile through the power of association.

Okay.

Let's begin.

I will say a word or phrase, and you tell me the first thing that pops into your mind. This is the power of association.

Glynn Young

[your response]

Bradley J. Moore

[your response]

Gordon Atkinson

[your response]

Marcus Goodyear

[your response]

Ann Kroeker

[your response]

Sam Van Eman

[your response]

Laura Boggess

[your response]

Dan King

[your response]

Ann Voskamp

[your response]

Dena Dyer

[your response]

Claire Burge

[your response]

Cheryl Smith

[your response]

L.L. Barkat

[your response]

If your responses sounded something like...

...Midwestern snarky-businessman unafraid of Texan ex-preacher-Barbies who eat oatmeal (and sausages when they are naughty) while watching T.V. commercials and doing book talks directly after Twittering and snacking on fried shrimp before making bread while telling jokes about laundry and photographing lost socks, then forecasting the future of those socks' abilities to build a great website or clothe a snarky-yet-poignant writer's feet...

well, then, you are properly associated.

Because this means you know the people who work for HighCallingBlogs, where it could (literally) pay to build your profile— if not in dollars, then in cybercake. Either way, it's legal. And you're officially profiled.

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ProBlogger's Day 29: Plan to Build a Profile.
Paul's 31 Days to Build a Better Blog Project

COMING TOMORROW
How to Increase Your Blog Stats by Over 100%, a companion to ProBlogger's Day 30: Learn from Your Blog Statistics


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  • Barbie on Oats photo by L.L. Barkat.

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  • 5 Comments:

    Blogger Glynn said...

    You could make a poem out of that profiling paragraph. Perhaps call it "The Poetry of Friendship."

    7:18 AM  
    Blogger Maureen said...

    I never knew about the socks.

    11:12 AM  
    Blogger Dave Lucas said...

    My contribution: http://dave-lucas.blogspot.com/2010/06/15-commandments-of-blogging.html

    2:18 PM  
    Blogger Dave Lucas said...

    Or better yet LINK

    2:19 PM  
    Anonymous Marcus Goodyear said...

    I do love sausage. I will continue to love sausage. I will continue to eat sausage.

    And I'm with Glynn about the profiling paragraph. That is hilarious.

    10:58 AM  

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