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  1. says

    Jack, you have a sexy voice….boi!

    Damn, my about me is waaaaaaaaay too conservative. NOW, I know what to do. Funny stuff, got it! That appeals to me.

    I have to go back and clean that sucker up.

  2. says

    I like Odysseus’ answer to the Cyclops’ question, who are you?

    “I’m no one.”

    My about me page, index, and lots of profiles on lesser social venues have not been updated since I had an executive assistant to do it.

    Hard times… [grin]

    You know who has the best About Me page in the whole world? @johngarrettX

    Stan Faryna recently posted..Harvard Biz Professor Michael Norton Says Money Makes Us HappyMy Profile

  3. says

    I actually like your sign off – it makes me laugh, every time.

    I don’t think every blogger who self-designs their AM page actually KNOWS if they’ve done a great job expressing their mission or letting themselves shine through. Maybe we should look at each other’s pages and give an objective commentary. I am open to constructive criticism and I’ll return the favor – let’s make Bill start!

    • says

      Hi Julie,

      Thank you. I am sure you are right and that many people don’t know if they have done a good job or not. But many don’t even know why they are blogging or what they hope to accomplish, at least not more than in a general sense.

      If you run a personal blog it doesn’t matter as much as if you are doing this for business. Either way there are still benefits to be had by looking into this.
      Jack recently posted..What Is The Most Important Page On Your BlogMy Profile

  4. says

    The most important page at my site is the one w/ my picture………nuff said……..:).

    As soon as you said you could put your leg over your head I immediately thought I’d pay a dollar to see that. I can barely touch my toes w/out bending my knees; too much running, too little stretching.

    I am the only subscriber to my blog so I get to see what it looks like every time I publish.

    Ok, time to get serious; I haven’t checked my About Me page in awhile so I probably should dust it off and see if it’s still relevant. Good advice……
    Bill Dorman recently posted..The big do-over, wiping the social slate cleanMy Profile

    • says

      I only wish I was that flexible. Had a girlfriend who was, but we aren’t going to talk about her here. ;)

      I like the About Me page because it provides that opportunity to connect and build a relationship. If you are interested in doing that kind of thing it is a great opportunity that you don’t want to miss out on.
      Jack recently posted..What Is The Most Important Page On Your BlogMy Profile

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