An Unsurprising Result

December 1st, 2008 · No Comments

It’s interesting that almost everyone you read about will advise you that the key to good blogging is simply to write content that people will want to read.  Everythign else is secondary.  While I would submit that there is almost certainly a tremendous amount of good writing out there going unnoticed, an empirical test here has turned out unsurprising results.

The post that we were the most excited about was <a href=””>Tim Ferriss’ P.O. Box Solution</a> where we actually empirically put his claims to test.  We’ve read in many places about what a great “hack” it is to get a PO Box and use it as a “Suite” to disguise your business address.  It’s a fantastic idea in theory, but certainly failed dismally in our tests.  I was simply thinking today that it’s really interesting that the post we put the most effort into and was the most original wound up being the most popular one as well.

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