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I’m sitting here going through the upcoming pages on Blog Engage trying to help some quality articles get published. I like to visit some of my favorite blogger articles. I click the link and actually take the time and go and look.

But lately I find myself with less and less time for reading blog articles. I don’t know where to find the time anymore. Voting and tweeting blog articles are the easiest things I do in my day. Please keep in mind I work full time Monday to Friday 8am – 4pm so I’m already exhausted as the work day comes to an end.

Where do you find the time to comment and read on blogs anymore? Aren’t you busy marketing your blog, working or doing other things that life demands? I know I’m busy and also on the same note I’m exhausted.

I’ve been working at Blog Engage now for four years and sometimes I find the amount of work needed to maintain the traffic and user engagement is far too much. I guess anything worth having is worth working hard for. At least that is what people say anyways.

Who’s got time to read anymore?

Do you have time to read blog articles anymore or are you to busy marketing, writing and promoting your own blog? I thought I would throw this conversation out to our members and see what your thoughts are in general with regards to time.

Share your current situation. Do you work full time? Do you market and promote your blog? How do you find time to read blog articles anymore? I would love to hear how you’re handling the stress and amount of work needed to manage and maintain an active and popular blog.

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Thanks,

Brian

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My name is Brian and I’m a Graduate of Business Administration Marketing. I work full time in Sales and Marketing. I am also the owner of Blog Engage a social network I created specifically for bloggers.

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