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Today we kick of the next interview in the the Netsetter Interviews. For those of you who are knew and looking for the people that should be on your radar and you can learn from, I highly recommend you read the 50 Netsetters Post and subscribe the blogs of all of the people on that list.  I’m pleased today to bring you an interview with Marissa from Can-Do Ology: 
  • The numerous online journals that evolved into her blog today
  • The Evolution of her Voice as a Blogger
  • The Power of In-Depth Conversations With Other Bloggers
  • How an A-List Mentor helped to turn her blog into a real business
  • The keys to organically building authentic relationships online
  • Why Writing is Not the Only Medium for Your Blog
  • Why You Should Speak Online The Same Way You Speak in Person
  • The Importance of Substance over Form
  • How to Build Your Blogging Support System
Marissa is a Can-Do-Ologist who gives creative entrepreneurs an extra brain-on-the-team and pair of hands so they can focus on their great work. If you’d like to find out more about her, check out her website or follow her on Twitter.

Originally aired over 6 years ago.


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