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An Article About an Article Specialist

During my first month of blogging, I met a problogger through MyBlogLog, by the name of Article Specialist. Just like any blogger, he invited me to visit his site so I did. Since he has many useful blogging tips that I need, I keep visiting his site. As I go along, I noticed some of his unique characteristics that truly made him a specialist, in which I want to share them with you:

1.0 He has a
showcase of his very informative blogs that is updated daily except on Sundays. When I asked him if he still has enough time to sleep, I was surprised that he sleeps more hours than I do. I guess Sundays are for his family, his church obligation or maybe a simple day-off.

2.0 He collects great blogging tips from other sites and posts them with his own words, without forgetting to give credit to the originator, and he calls some of them as mentor. You will notice the link.

3.0 He includes parenting tips, family tips and other personal development related topics in his blog, which means he is also concerned in making our world a better place to live in, just like me.

4.0 He is a humble and down-to-earth human. With his status; he said sorry to me one time when he forgot to click to PM (Private Message) in which it does not even matter to me even if his message was send publicly.

5.0 He is a human problogger. He tells me my petty mistakes and provides detailed tips on how to improve my craft, of course with free of charge. I felt his human heart when I included him as my mentor in this field, and motivated me more by telling me that he also learns from my blogs.

6.0 He owns a site where you can submit quality articles, even from your own blog; and enjoy a free real promotion to your site. As of this posting,
Article Highlight has 19,005 excellent articles from 1,376 authors for 20 different exciting categories.

If this article did not strike you, then you must visit one of his
quality blogs and you will see that one of my favorite posts I submitted to him is right there.
However, if this article did strike you, please feel free to visit both of us again and again.

Article Source: Humane Blogging Tips



December 5, 2007 at 12:21 PM

Thank you for writing about me, Guardian Angel.

In this world of blogging, certainly we need to respect each other. Your writing shows your appreciation for what we have done together, i.e. true friendship between two bloggers (although we've never met face to face).

Thanks again!


December 5, 2007 at 6:08 PM

You are most welcome, Mr. Art. I truly believe that distance, race and religion must not be a hinder to respect humans who act like humans, to see things that eyes cannot see, and to have mentors who can be a friend, and I guess this is when bloggers become humans.