When I think of laitman, it’s usually accompanied by the words “bitch” or “man”. When it comes to creating a blog, I have found that I’m much more likely to blog about my favorite TV show or favorite band rather than something that is going on outside my own life. Why? Because it’s my life and not someone else’s.
I think it’s because laitman is a real person. I don’t think that some writers who blog about their favorite bands or TV shows are lying about their real lives. I think they are just telling the facts about themselves. My blog is my life, and that’s why I blog.
Im not sure how to get rid of this one. If you follow Im on Twitter, you’ll see that I frequently tweet about movies or TV shows. If you follow Im on Facebook, you’ll see that there is quite a bit on my wall there as well as my own personal blog. It’s really a combination of the two.
One of the things that I dislike so much about the web is that so many people seem to be taking it as a competition, trying to outdo each other, or trying to get as little credit as possible. I know that this is not true for all webmasters, but I think that blogs are a great way to spread information. I am not sure if it is too much to ask that all of the bloggers out there know the truth.
Why not just give us a shout out? We know that most of the people on the web seem to have read our blogs, and we’re also so busy with our own content that we don’t realize that our webpages are in fact part of our pages. Our homepage pages are actually part of our site, which means that we are essentially selling links to our main homepage pages. We can’t really do that.
I suppose if the bloggers out there did just give us a shout out, then we would be more than happy to know about the links that we receive. But I have to believe that most of the people who do read our blogs are doing so on a voluntary basis. It’s not like we have to pay our writers to write about us, or to write about these websites we link to.
I really don’t want to break this to anyone, but I can’t help it. Our blog has gotten a bit of a bad reputation over the years, and I feel like its time for everyone to stand up and say “Stop. We’re not trying to make a buck, its just how we feel.” The truth is, we do earn a living from the links we sell to our blog.
One of the reasons that we are able to earn a living from our links is that we are able to make a living from our blogging. So we don’t have to worry so much about having our blogs written by ourselves. I am not trying to make it sound like we are some kind of charity or something, we are just a normal blogging family. We do have to pay our writers and we have to pay for hosting and editing and everything else.
Because of this, we need to think a lot about how we’re using links to make money. I can’t tell you how many blogs I have that I could have written if I had a choice. We have a rule at laitman blog that we do not have one guest post every week or one guest post every month.
On the other hand, we need to think about how we can improve our site in the future. We will always keep a journal of our daily life and we will keep the journal of our lives.