A Roadmap For Newbies
By yaya the writa' on August 22, 2010
I've been here for a couple of weeks and I dunno' 'bout anyone else, but I feel somethin' like the little lost ball in a pinball machine; no real direction or sense of where I'm going. It would be so great if someone could draw up some kind of plan, or map, for newbies. What's the first thing we should do, once we become a member of the BlogHer community? What's the second and so forth?
I realize that those of you who have been here for awhile prob'ly had to figure most of this out for yourselves and perhaps you feel all newbies should do the same. However, it is my hope that someone will be kind enough to pave the way for those of us who are new and lost. In return, I intend to do all I can to help everyone who comes later to reach her/his greatest potential.
When I have learned something new, whether it is holding a pencil or moving a mountain, you can bet your sweet Bippy that I reach out to help the next person in line. In this way, we can all climb to great heights together. After all, what if someone you know needs help and you are unable to fill that role? Wouldn't you feel better knowing that she was not left to fend for herself?
I just wanna' say thank you to each of you for proving that it can be done, with or without a roadmap. But I truly hope someone will create that roadmap for all new and future BlogHer's, myself included. And for the record, I haven't actually learned how to move that mountain, yet but when I do, if you need to know how... well, I'm your guide.
I was going out to meet myself, but had to stop because
Myself was coming back from there; I wasn't where I was. ~ Yaya
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