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Deep Thoughts (That Are Not My Own): The Many Ways You Are Smart and Website Growth 101


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Hello! I’m Tara, the author of this blog, and a self-professed wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me.

I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your monetary support.

About Tara Joyce

Hello! I'm Tara, the author of this blog, and a self-professed wizard of less obvious things. I love hearing from you, so please feel free to connect with me. I deeply appreciate your support of my work—through allowing it to grow in your imagination, through sharing it with others, and through your monetary support.

One Thought on “Deep Thoughts (That Are Not My Own): The Many Ways You Are Smart and Website Growth 101

  1. Samantha on April 26, 2009 at 5:23 PM said:

    Mmmm,, organic success ~ I need some direction.

    Tara, your advice is fantastic. As an innerpreneur (and an Introvert/Intuition/Perception/Feeling person, like you) I feel much more at home talking about my purpose/passion/work on the web, and networking this way. As you also said, it gives us an advantage because we're often more talented at written communication.
    I'm trying to find ways to increase traffic to my site/blog without ramming it down people's throats, so thanks for the tips.

    Quick question – what's Trackbacking? And is it something I can use on my Blog? I'm noticing that other people in the Blog world are making reference to my work, but not always crediting me with a hyperlink back to my relevant article or post. Plus, I'd also like to know who is referencing me so that I can join in the debate. Am I right in thinking that Trackbacking might be a way of doing this?

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