THEORY OF THE FANLISTING MANAGEMENT

EN: Warning: This post is over two years old, so it's possible that the views, opinions, links or instructions reflected on it do not correspond with the way I think now or the way things currently work. I have evolved (and so have the World and the Internet), so it might be advisable to just take this entry for a glimpse into the (my) past. :)

ES: Atención: Este artículo tiene más de dos años de antigüedad, de modo que los puntos de vista, opiniones e instrucciones que se vierten en él pueden no corresponder con cómo pienso ahora o cómo funcionan las cosas en la actualidad. He evolucionado (y también lo han hecho el mundo e Internet), así que probablemente lo más recomendable sería entender esta entrada como un simple reflejo del (de mi) pasado. :)

This morning I had about 20 applications in my mailbox to join the fanlistings I run (everybody chooses Sundays to join! ;)) and I have just got through all of them. :D Nobody has been at home for three hours and I was feeling a bit lonely, but having just done all that makes me fell really well. It may sound really stupid, but that’s the way it is.
I manage all my fanlistings with PHP scripts, but I answer almost all of the applications personally. I usually include comments on their sites too… All that can be a little time consuming and -why not saying it?- “a pain”, but I feel so great after doing it :D
Come on, will you (yes, YOU, my dear reader ;)) dare to say that you wouldn’t love receiving some feedback after taking the effort of uploading a code and filling application forms? But not that asseptic response some scripts send to you: I mean “true” answers. Isn’t receiving visitors and knowing from them the main reason we all have to join cliques, fanlistings and so on?
Well, I have the time (and if not, I manage to find it) to send some words to everyone. Plus, some members end up by replying my message and thanks to that system I met some really interesting people…
In case you haven’t noticed yet, I’m writing all this just to say that asking all the time for “love me, love me! comments please, comments please! sign my gbook! give me an award!” it’s too easy. The difficult stuff usually gives to the best results: to get a gram of love you have to give tons of love first… Visit sites, show them love, that’s it. I know this is common sense, but I’ve seen round there a lot of so-called webmasters & webmisress that sit there in front of their webcams expecting everyone to suck up to them…

OMG, I thinks this is the longest post ever in my “blogging life” :P I think that “giving too much love” numbs my brain and makes me write all this phylosophical stuff. Sorry about boring you :D But I won’t erase it… I’m sure I will find all this interesting after one year or so. Thanks for reading anyway ;)

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