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Warning: Today's episode contains some instances of strong language. Joel is somebody I consider a rising talent in the blogosphere. In the past two months, his content has really started to evolve. And his blog is less than a year old. If there's anything you can take away from my chat with Joel, it's a deeper understanding of how a blogger's voice evolves. Here are a few of the highlights:
  • Why You Need to Do Something Interesting with Your Life for Good Content
  • Making Your Life Interesting in the Confines of the Nine-to-Five Lifestyle
  • How to Get the Most Value Out of Blog Comments
  • The Keys to Authentically Reaching Out to Other Bloggers
  • The Evolution of Your Voice As a Blogger
  • Finding a Greater Purpose for Your Blog
Joel Runyon blogs at Blog of Impossible Things and is set on telling a great story with his life by doing impossible things that most people only dream of: running triathlons, travelling the world, and throwing spears (or javelins) on occasion. You can follow him on twitter @joelrunyon.

Originally aired over 5 years ago.

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