It’s Blogtipping Day!

Blogtipping_1This month I’d like to blog-tip Steve Rucinski at Small Business CEO. I stumbled upon Steve’s blog over a month ago and I’ve enjoyed lurking and reading his posts ever since.

Three things I like about Small Business CEO:

  1. His content is "on target". As a small business owner, I appreciate the range of material he brings to the table that is both interesting and beneficial.
  2. I appreciate the resources, especially the small business related podcast links and a veritable plethora of quality business links on his blog roll.
  3. He’s focused. It’s funny because I tend to appreciate bloggers who have a bit more personal touch with their blogs and share on a wide range of material. The problem with that is I’m sometimes not sure from post to post if it will be relevant to me. I’ve found that there’s a comfort in checking out Steve’s posts and always knowing what I’m going to get.

The one tip I would have for Small Business CEO is what appears to be some kind of technical glitch. Whenever I pull up the blog in Explorer the posts are all blurry – almost like it’s a jpeg of a bad fax. It doesn’t do this with Firefox, but I’m usually surfing in Explorer (I know, I know, give me 50 lashes with a Cat 5 cable).

Kudos to Steve on his longevity! Happy Blogtipping Day!

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  2 comments for “It’s Blogtipping Day!

  1. June 2, 2006 at 10:36 pm

    That’s the way blogtipping is done! Great job, Tom. Now I’m off to check out Steve’s blog …

  2. June 3, 2006 at 7:52 pm

    Thanks so much for the positive review Tom! I appreciate it very much.

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