Do You Check Profile Blogs or Website?

@julyteen (13265)
Davao, Philippines
August 12, 2008 1:52am CST
i always did checking myLotters profile blogs or website. First, i observed what domain they use and how they make it attractive. the next thing i am going to observe is the link or the programs that being offered to anybody who wants to joined. i also observed how informative is the blogs. what did you do if you check someone's blogs or website?
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@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
12 Aug 08
I do check profiles here at mylot but I seldom read blogs. I'll check profiles if I find topics or discussions posted by a certain member interesting, also the way a member respond to posts/discussions--also a reason for me to check on his/her profile.
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@jillmalitz (5132)
• United States
12 Aug 08
I am curious about the people on this site. I like to look at where they are from and how old they are. I enjoy getting different views from different parts of the world.
• United States
12 Aug 08
I really am still new to this blogging thing. I am really not sure what all is involved it in.. Is it some kind of a open online Dairy, That the whole world to see? I have heard that you can make money from it. But I never think that I have anything to write about that others would pay me so that they can read it.. To answer your question.. No I dont check blogs.
@vicky30 (4779)
• India
12 Aug 08
Yes i check blogs and websites of my friends.I see the content of the website.I also take a look at the links posted in the website.I also check some interesting websites which have flash and sparkling colors and music to listen online.
@buzzmaker (631)
• India
12 Aug 08
I do check Profile blogs or website when someone refers to it in their response or discussion. I hardly visit profiles otherwise. On some occasions like adding a friend, sending a private message etc, but then I don't check the blogs or the websites.
• Philippines
12 Aug 08
yea i check my blog.. and my clan's site (as if i made it myself) to see new responses and comments