There are some really interesting points in his post. Just like we always talk about the importance of compliments, and how nice it is to compliment a stranger on the street, the same goes for "virtual strangers," e.g. people who's blogs you read or tweets you follow. So chiming in now and then to say, "Thanks! What a great resource!" or "Very well written, good job!" is thoroughly appreciated. I probably don't have to tell most of you. You are always quick to chime in and say when you enjoy one of my posts! And I'm the luckiest gal to have you all stopping by!
I need to improve on a few of these points. Like responding to everyone. Lord knows I have trouble keeping up with that! But I try to be as nice as possible in the virtual world. I am certainly a serial exclamation mark user, so hopefully my sentences come off as friendly and happy (and not shouty).
I love when people comment on my Tweets, so I need to do the same. Like this morning:
Be sure to check out the 10 Simple Ways to Show Kindness Online and start putting them into effect, if you haven't already!