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Overcoming The 5 Objections To Tech Blogging

There are lots of people in the tech community who have an inclination to write a technical blog, but never get around to it. In my experience, people have five general objections:
  1. I’m Not An Expert
  2. I’ll Get Things Wrong
  3. No One Will Read It
  4. I Don’t Have Time
  5. The Internet Can Be Hostile
These objections are valid, but they aren’t necessarily insurmountable. Here’s a few tips on how to overcome them.

Read the blog post over at Packet Pushers here.

Ron - the SDWAN guy


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