There was an employee who throughout his employment did an OK job and was considered by his boss to be a half decent bloke. There came a time when the employee wanted to try his hand somewhere else and he handed in his notice. His boss was sorry to see him go but thanked him nevertheless and tried to make his remaining days pleasant ones.
On the final day the employee left without even saying goodbye. The boss, short a man, had to do his job only to find that he had not done it properly leaving him to clean up the mess. I tell you that the boss will only remember the mess his former employee left and will not remember all the good that he had done previously.
The moral of this story is not to stuff up your good reputation by slacking off on your last day as it may come back to bite you in the ass.
There is a lesson here for all bloggers to take heed of, that every post is important and a blogger should only submit a post if it is the best that he can produce. This is especially true for those bloggers who have committed to post at least once everyday. I say to you, that it is better to miss a day or two rather than to publish a sub standard post.
The thing is that you never know which page a visitor may land on and it may well be that one post that should never have been published. It could cost you a subscriber or at the very least increase your bounce rate. Do it often enough and your reputation as a reputable blogger is sure to suffer. So, take my advice and scrutinize every post before hitting the submit button, and if you are not completely satisfied, it is far better to delete or to save it as a draft in order to tweak it for a later date.
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