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July 02, 2013


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Katya Graymalkin

I'm excited to see what this decision is! I know it'll be good. >^^<


Congrats on 900', that's terrific...and so is your writing!

Kiril Kundurazieff

Thank you both!

Carol Bryant

WOW how cool is this--- I am so glad BlogPaws is a catalyst (get it...cat alyst MOL) for you!

Kiril Kundurazieff

Thank you, Carol.

It was a great experience.

Rascal and Rocco

Can't wait to know what the advice was and what this decision is! I have only just started this adventure in thinking of myself as a writer (vs dreaming of it) and have found (and been told) confidence and the way I think of/present myself is key. I don't need someone, be it a person or official paper, to tell me I'm a writer, if I have passion for it and just do it, I am a writer. Good for you for taking confident steps forward!

Samantha, Clementine & Maverick

WOW! WOW! ConCATulations on 900 Posts!! WooHoo!!

We are so excited for you Kiril!!
We can just see that you are going to be a BIG PRESENCE in Houston!!

From your TX furiends


Well, everything sounds quite interesting. I'm thrilled that you spoke with a famed book author, but I do not agree 100% with her and Tom's advice regarding keeping all 900+ blog posts forever and ever and ever untouched on this blog. I think it's time you make a decision for yourself as to what you want to do.

You have so many wonderful, powerful books inside of you. You are in the best position of your life to take your old blog posts, retool them, and publish them as new material. Doing so will NOT Break any bonds with trusted readers, as they suggest, and does give you a brand new platform and online visibility that is greater than what you've had before.

Kiril Kundurazieff

I have been thinking about this, Amanda, and I agree that my next steps regarding my material is to take the old stuff and "retool them, and publish them as new material."

I believe that doing so "does give you a brand new platform and online visibility that is greater than what you've had before."

My take on the "bond" notion is this:

According to my daily stats I am STILL getting readers of blog posts and pages, on all 4 of my blogs, going back to stuff from 2002, because these people either found the story mentioned on another blog, or website such as StumbleUpon or Pinterest, or recommended in a Google search.

I get emails, every so often, from people who have read my stuff, and have a question, suggestion, or compliment.

How many of these people are return visitors, or get my blog feeds I have no real idea.

I imagine that many of the bloggers I've linked to, over the years, receive the same attention.

It's a tough decision to make, taking the old material down.

I see the value of both choices.

Hope that makes sense.

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