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Even though I don't yet have an RSS feed for my blog, I couldn't agree more. My challenge is getting the cobblers to make me shoes.

Anyway ... my comment is about the value of the back channel that blogs offer. Write interesting stuff, get interesting readers, right? Listen, learn, respond, learn more. Then please tell me why a well known marketing guru who has undoubtedly preached the virtues of conversing with your market would turn off the comment option on his blog tool?

RSS feeds are important and I have MY excuse ready but what would you think of me if I told you that I don't want comments on my blog posts because they give me a headache?

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