MVPs for Friday November 10th

Woo Hoo! It’s Friday! And it’s time to round up the Most Valuable Posts of the Week!

Steve Olson is a favorite regular reader of mine. Hi Steve!! *Wendy waves*
Steve’s blog has been phenomenally successful in the very short time he’s been publishing (like, under two months). Steve put together his own sort of “MVP” post that steers us to all of the blogs and posts that influenced his amazing success. I’m honored to be included as one of the links - but I was more excited about digging around and reading more about Steve’s recommendations - they are fantastic.
This post is DEFINITELY worth a visit.


Dave Sifry put out his quarterly state of the blogosphere report earlier this week. Now, I will admit this is the first time I caught the report, but I was quite impressed - now THAT post was an entire project in and of itself to put together!

Dave’s insights are very helpful for anyone seeking to take their blog to the next level. I love it when someone else crunches the data, and then just gives us a grand global overview of what makes great blogs tick. Particularly interesting is the posting frequency of the highest trafficked blogs… I guess I should be wondering if I should post more often!


Have you ever wondered if someone was lying to you? Well, there is a simple way to find out - now mind you, it’s not foolproof, but I’ve tested it and have found it to work most of the time. I found a post on Blifaloo that summarizes how to read eye patterns to determine whether someone is being truthful or not (it’s based on NLP, btw). It’s a short and handy guide that you can also just have fun testing with your family and friends.

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