Yesterday I submitted my Blog to write-it-up.com.
It was an opportunity to take a close look at what I did in this Blog in the past few months (accept for having lots of fun).
So here's what I wrote:
QTSaver is a Blog dedicated to a new research tool, QTSaver Micro Content
Engine, on http://qtsaver.dynalias.com/.
This tool extracts info from multiple sites into one document, which then can
be sorted so that in a very short time you can write an article without using a
word of your own.
The Blog discusses various issues concerning the
development of a new search engine.
Like: finding a name, designing the
interface, relevance of results, microcontent vs. macro content, competitors,
visitors, investors, developing team, search strategies, search tips, using new
Web 2 tools, the future of the Web, publicity.
The Blog is also a guide book to the search tool, with quotes from real search experiences that prove the advantages of using this software.
The Blog brings fresh updates about advancements in the development of the tool.
In the Blog you'll find readers' comments about their experiences while using the
software or about subjects the Blog raises, like dealing with fraud, or
The Blog is run by Zeevveez, 57, inventor and R&D manager of Qtsaver.
Here's what an anonymous reader wrote about this Blog:
Hey, nice posts. I added you to my bookmarks. Just wanted to say everything you posted was a good read. Its nice to see that some people create decent and entertaining Blogs, yours kept me reading for well over 10 minutes. Thanks!
And here's what the Blogger (me) said about his Blog:
I am convinced that the voice of QTSaver must be heard.
Publicity is the bridge over the gap between the importance of QTSaver and its