Being a TÜRK nowadays means :
being confused who is friend who is enemy
being brave against everyone as always but being afraid of making a wrong move on this accurate balance at the same time
being a hero for oppressed people
being devastated for palestine
being sorry for ıraq
being upset for syria
being disappointed for myanmar
being the hardworking student for developing technology in islamic countries
bein the thinker for future of the world
Even those of us who blog for purely personal reasons appreciate some validation, whether comments, likes, or just pageviews. Encouraging that feedback is one of the most frustrating things for many bloggers; when we hit “publish,” we want to see the little bar graph go up, up, and away and when we don’t, it’s discouraging. Sometimes it’s hard to tell what readers respond to — a labor of love sinks like a stone, while a five-minute rant makes the rounds on Twitter.
There’s plenty of advice on attracting and engaging readers (some of it from us), most of which requires time and effort without guaranteed success . . . although there is one foolproof method: pay for traffic. But is paid traffic the perfect way to bring in new readers, or does it undermine the point of a blog?
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