Happy Delurker Day! For those of you who haven’t heard of this blog-oriented celebration, Delurker Day aims to coax readers out from behind their veil of anonymity. Of course, making delurking (i.e. to stop lurking) into a meme may be like getting a groundhog to come out of its hole on February 2nd.
To celebrate Delurker Day, I raise my glass to toast you, my unidentified readers! I am grateful for your visits and appreciate the time you spend reading this blog. I heart lurkers. I realize that over 90% of you for one reason or another will never leave a comment, tweet, like or share this content and that’s fine with me.You’re at the core of my audience! In my book, you guys are rock stars! I think of you as lurkers with benefits.
While I’d love it, if you peaked out, and participated in Delurker Day by leaving a comment, even better, I’d love to know of any topics that you want me to cover further or other resources I might provide that you’d find useful in your marketing. But most of all, I’d be thrilled if you sent up a smoke signal by adding this blog’s RSS feed to your reader or signing up for the daily email to show me you’re paying attention.
Regardless of how you choose to celebrate Delurker Day, thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Tip of my hat to Jenna Hatfield and BlogHer for promoting Delurker Day.
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