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‘Twas a Month Before Christmas – Our Blogging Wasn’t Done – What Were We To Do? – It Sure Wasn’t Fun!
by: Ken Bradford ‘Twas just a month before Christmas, when all through the place, Every living creature was stirring in a heated blog race. Our blog was not finished and that’s just no fun. If we didn’t hurry, how would this … Continue reading
BlogMutt has worked somewhat under the radar for most of our 18 months of operating in public. Slowly but surely, we’ve built up a coterie of writers I would stack up against any other group of writers on the ‘net. … Continue reading
What’s the difference between a mutt and a comma? One has claws at the end of its paws and one is a pause at the end of a clause! That witty wordplay comes from veteran BlogMutt writer and apparent part-time comic Heather, … Continue reading
Here at BlogMutt, our innovative one-stop business blogging service is gaining momentum in the press. January has proved to be a delightfully visible month for our hardy four-person team at our World Headquarters in downtown Boulder. We’ve gotten some nice recent write-ups recently … Continue reading
Thanks so much to PR Week for covering BlogMutt, and adding us to the “dashboard” page for PR Agencies. We’ve been working with PR agencies for more than a year now, and they often have questions for us. Frequently the … Continue reading
We haven’t written for a while about mentions of Blogmutt over the interwebs. We’ve recently had a crop of nice ones. The first came in the cool tech blog Techli. The story starts off getting right to the heart of … Continue reading