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Didn't Ask For It, But Got It Anyway

Successful and Outstanding Blog

There it is, big as life.  No, it's not what you think it is.  Liz Strauss, who writes Successful Blognamed MIPTC an SOB, along with several other very interesting blogs.  In her opinion, the initials stand for Successful and Outstanding Blogger.  You may think it means something else, and you may be right.  But then again, you're not Liz.  Each week, she names what is now a steadily growing number of blogs as SOBs, and all are listed in the SOB Hall of fame, lest you think MIPTC is making this doesn't-really-sound-like-an-award up. 

Liz  also writes for The Blog Herald and blogs at Letting Liz Be and Liz Strauss.com.  In her writing, she searches for bloggers who take the conversation to their readers to name as SOBs.

According to Liz, "When the SOB program started, I was looking for a way to encourage the sense of community that Successful-Blog stood for. We're all about relationships and conversation here. The conversations are fun, fast, and sometimes irreverent."

Now I understand - that last part is where MIPTC fits in. 

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