So here we are going into week 2 of National Blog Posting Month and I am really enjoying the opportunity to write about My Favorite Blogs, which is my theme for the month.
I’ve written about some great ones already and have a bunch more in store for you. I encourage you to take a couple of minutes to visit them and hopefully you’ll add them to your favorites as well.
Today’s chosen Favorite Blog, Web Worker Daily, is one I wasn’t sure I was going to include. Not that I wondered if it was deserving, but because for the last nine months I have been writing and contributing content to it.
After giving it some thought though, I decided that it was because it is one of my favorite blogs that I ended up writing there. About 9 months ago they posted looking for writers and I thought it was a great fit for me. I submitted some things and the rest, as they say, is history.
I’m a big fan of the Internet and use all sorts of web applications for my business and personal life. Web Worker Daily has always been a great resource for me. I like that they focus on productivity and have always found their reviews and other articles really helpful. Their slant on things is just so well aligned with my business and the kind of work that I do with my clients.
I think that one of the things that makes WWD so good is that it isn’t overly technical. It is aimed at folks who use the web for their work and not just for the geeks (like me) that live and breathe it. Articles are conversational and most reviews are experiental – folks actually try this stuff for their own needs and report in on their experiences. So much more helpful than regurgitation of press releases.
So I am proud to be a part of the Web Worker Daily team. It was one of my favorite blogs before I came on board, and I don’t think I’ve ruined it yet…
<disclaimer> I want to reiterate that these reviews are being done purely on my own and no request or compensation has come from these blog owners or authors. Check out my Disclosure page for more info about my review and advertising policy. I do receive compensation for my writing that appears on WWD but this post here was all me.