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April 19, 2006


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I made some points over at Blog-ROI: It's About Value, Stupid.

I'm an RN with an accounting background. See if my shot at the problem contributes anything useful. (Hospital blogging poses a lot of challenges from a ROI and blog perspective.) Tough nut to crack.

Comment or email me your thoughts. I'd be glad to contribute here if you'd like.

hey how you doing! Nice posting. I enjoyed reading it. I too run a blog on internet and traffic building, and checking out what others may have written.

we DO create 'the talk'. It's how we change what we do (talk with ourselves), change how we relate (talk with others), change how we live (talk with the world). The web is SO much more than a market for goods. It's the marketplace for change. Offer me input, and check out how we work at both the little, and big things.

May be you guys says right but there is not of more things of we can do than we can do more batter than the this.

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