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Guest Post Ultra-Marathon Update Four

We’re sort of moving into the home stretch.

Here’s what this past week looked like on the guest post marathon front.  If you’ve been here for a while, some of the Tourette’s stories will be familiar.  I don’t know how politicians give the same speech everywhere they go.

But what an awesome, varied group of blogs and individuals behind them!  This has been such a fun project.  We’ve got about three weeks to go.

Please enjoy these posts featured on:

Riverside Kettlebells

Half The Battle Is Believing…

That Girl Is Funny

Incomes International

Blogging From The Brave Programmer

Extreme Human Performance

Looking Good (For A Mom)

Men With Pens

Take Charge!

If you’re just getting here and want to see who else I’ve written for during this project, you’ll enjoy: Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. And of course, I’m always looking for people foolish enough to let me write for them.

I might not be able to fit you into this project by November 1, but I’d love to write something for you in the future. Just let me know.

Josh

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  • Stefan October 11, 2009, 3:14 am

    Seems to be another great week when it comes to guest posts. Have you noticed a big difference in traffic since you started to do this?

  • John Bardos - JetSetCitizen October 11, 2009, 5:58 am

    Josh you are a writing machine!

    Does kettlebell training speed up your typing? 🙂

    Awesome effort. You aren’t doing any of this writing in your library are you?

    • Josh Hanagarne October 11, 2009, 8:07 am

      @John: I do some of it at lunch while I’m at work. Not much, though. I’ve always been a fast typist. I actually won an award my freshman year in High School. Lame award, but it helps now.

      @Stefan: It does help. It’s made a huge difference in traffic.

  • Mike T Nelson October 12, 2009, 12:36 pm

    Thanks again for doing the guess post Josh! MUCH appreciated and everyone needs to head over to my site and check it out
    Moving My Body, Saving A Life
    Rock on!
    Mike T Nelson PhD(c)
    http://www.ExtremeHumanPerformance.com

    • Josh Hanagarne October 12, 2009, 12:48 pm

      Mike, you’re welcome, thanks for the prompt. It was fun to write.

  • Cheryl from thatgirlisfunny October 18, 2009, 10:57 am

    Hi Josh,
    Thank you for including ThatGirlisFunny in your guest post marathon. “Administering the Eye Gouging Thumb Strike” is currently #3 on my Most Popular Post list! Well done and thank you! I’ve had a huge spike in traffic and I appreciate the role you’ve played in that success.
    Cheryl

    • Josh Hanagarne October 18, 2009, 11:40 am

      Cheryl, you deserve all the good fortune you get. You’re great and I’m happy I could play a small part in the good things coming to you.