It is hard to believe that I have been blogging now for six years. Thank you, dear readers, for joining me in this journey.
What began as a way for me to learn more about social media by becoming an active participant in it has now become part of who I am.
I may be neither the most prolific blogger out there, nor the most eloquent, but when I do post something, it is about a subject that means something to me. It may be silly or serious, but it is something that has touched me enough to write about it.
I do not post according to a timeline. For example, I do not strive to post daily or one post every week or anything like that. I post when I have something to say. At this point in my career (and my life), I am not blogging for fame or fortune. I just like blogging when I have something to say. There is no egotism in writing my blog. It is a form a self-expression, not a device to get anything, but a way to give to any who will accept.
If you have chosen to read my words, thank you. I hope you will come back again and again. If you do not care for what I am doing here, then I bless you in finding blogs that have more appeal to you. After all, there are a zillion different blogs out there.
Following are my posts which got the most views:
1. Good news and bad news about a degree in Communication/Public Relations, April 2011
2. Legal and ethical issues when employers check applicants’ social networking sites, February 2008
3. Grad school decision time: master’s degree in communication or MBA or IMC? February 2008
4. When the student is ready, the teacher will appear: The importance of having a mentor, October 2011
5. Personal traits that help PR people be successful, September 2008
The list is instructive. It tells me that readers want helpful information that might be useful in making various career- and education-related decisions. In the future, I will do my best to provide you with more such information.
Thank you again for your support of More With Les. It means a great deal to me to have you join me here.