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9-16-2011 @ 2:12PM
I do blog about WoW. First, my silly paladin pugging stories that I later converted to Manalicious: http://manalicious.wordpress.com. I've been blogging almost two years now, and it's been a really fun experience. I end up writing about guild leading, news, raiding, mages and paladins (depending on what I'm playing) with some art stuff thrown in approximately weekly for good measure. I suppose it's an eclectic mix. I did want to mention, since a few people have remarked that they sometimes want to write something but don't necessarily want to maintain a blog to do so - that in addition to the "Seed" program here on WoW Insider (which is limited to folks in the US, no love for us Canucks) most bloggers would also LOVE to get guest posts. It can be a nice way to ensure content, let someone dip their toes into blogging or say their peace on one particular topic, without needing the commitment of starting a blog themselves. That said, if you find you often have things to say about WoW, start your own blog and make it known! I love finding new blogs to read. Blog Azeroth (http://www.blogazeroth.com/) is a great place for new bloggers to announce themselves, meet, and participate in things like shared blogging topics.
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