Not every title has to be some witty line about the content of the post (and lets face it some of them aren't funny anyway) and so today we have a title that quite simply says what happens in the post. That is of course that I did a guest post for Leah of http://www.iamsuperleah.com.
It's about education, and how it doesn't end at school. Rather than bore you with all of that, I'll just post the link: http://www.iamsuperleah.com/2011/11/guest-post-learning-and-education.html and let you read it. After I talk some more of course. I just didn't want to put the post in it's entirity here. What's the point of doing guest posts if you aren't going to say thank you to the person who let you do it by letting your readers read it there and hopefully look at other things on there? (hint hint). Guests posts are a two way system, not only do I stand to potentially gain some of Leah's readers if they like what I wrote and then check me out, but some of you guys might check her out too, like I already said.
The guest post came about because I saw a note on her blog saying she was looking for people to write guest posts, and they should email her, so email her I did, and after a quick discussion it was decided I would write about education. She had a series of subjects to pick from (though I was free to decide a different one of my own) and so I wrote it and sent it to her. As far as I can tell she's made no edits, which is always good.
I am more than happy to do guest posts on other blogs, I've said that before and I'll more than likely say it again, it just rarely happens. It's a lot easier for me if you tell me what to write about, for specialist blogs like gaming blogs and review blogs this is pretty simple, but for broader "everything" blogs, not so much.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy the guest post, and remember, I'm probably one of the only people who would write a simple post about how they did a guest post, and turn it into this monstrosity of a post.