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Teri Lussier: There are no do-overs in weblogging

Derek Sterling Burress has an in-depth interview with Teri Lussier, owner of real estate weblog, Project Blogger contestant, and BloodhoundBlog contributor:

Derek Sterling Burress: Since you are fairly new to the world of blogging, what has been some of the most difficult things you have had to learn as a blogger?

Teri Lussier: The hardest thing is that what you write is potentially there forever. Once it’s there, you don’t really get a do-over, as someone could copy and paste it elsewhere. That’s intimidating in some respects, but it makes you think about what you are saying and choose words very carefully.

It’s a nice long interview, a lot of fun to read. Go see for yourself.

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    2 Comments so far

    1. Teri Lussier May 30th, 2007 1:24 pm

      >”you don’t really get a do-over”

      Did I really say that?!! Crap. Can I have a do-over?

    2. Jason Ganz May 30th, 2007 7:36 pm

      I agree! Many times when I make a post on my blogging site I wish that it wasnt syndicated to so many places. Each syndication is a potential extra foot in mouth :)