Stumbled across this piece today and thought it might be useful to Hubbers. One of the most important qualities (and often the hardest to nail) is knowing when to accept and when to reject writing/blogging advice offered with good intentions. Each person has to figure out what works for her, but it's also nice to benefit from the hindsight of others. IMO this article is spot on:
The 5 Worst Pieces of Blogging Advice I Got
Great information Christy! I agree! Knowing when to accept and when to reject advice is key. Some people who mean well can be sincerely wrong. Thanks for the link.
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