Interesting Dilemma

| June 4, 2009 | 5 Comments

I received email notification today of a comment to one of my posts on my old blog (in case you didn’t read my earlier post, fired me). Since I no longer blog for, I’d prefer not to be notified of comments to posts that I can neither approve nor reject.

In an attempt to respond to the comment on my defunct blog (well, the blog isn’t defunct, it’s just defunct to me), I contacted the commenter directly. I explained that I no longer have access to the blog but felt her comment was worthy of a response (I also redirected her here).

After contacting the commenter, I realized that receiving email notifications of comments to the inaccessible blog isn’t so bad after all. This way I can convert my readers one at time from my readership to my No Job for Mom readership.

Thank you

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Felicia A. Williams is a freelance writer and blogger. She spends the majority of her time with her family and writing. If she's not writing or commenting on NJFM, she's either outside smelling the roses or writing articles for one of her other sites.

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  1. Lissie says:

    Oh that’s funny – I am still hanging onto my todaydotcom blogs – they only get updated about once a month though!

  2. Ashley says:

    Hi Felicia,

    I have found your website very helpful. I am a recent college graduate that has yet to find a job. I have made money with textbroker when I feel like writing their mind dulling articles. I clicked on a link on your blog that sent me to eztrader. Have you ever made money in the stockmarket? I have never invested.

  3. All’s well that ends well. Work it, girl!

  4. Phyl says:

    You could have been like me and been a packrat, keeping all notifications of every comment every made on my Td.c blog, in a folder of their own. 🙂

    (I should email them all back now, I imagine, and see if I can bring them over to the dark side.)

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