Feb 22
2013

I Know Nothing About Blog Etiquette

In my quest to reach the end of the Internet, I was clicking away, visiting different pages and reading different articles about everything from Google Glass (I really want them) to beginner Java to buying busted Macs and fixing them. It is really amazing what you can find if you just keep following links that people tweet.

readthisAs I was surfing, I landed on a blog belonging to Justin R Briggs. I scrolled down his landing page and a title caught my eye (titles are important!), “First Time, Every Time.” He is a big deal SEO and I like to get things done on the first try so I took a shot. This post is the most powerful thing I have read on a blog in recent memory.

The idea of being thankful for small troubles after dealing with life changing tragedy is something with which I am intimately familiar. I am not ready to share my story, even less so now that Justin has done it so well. Our circumstances are very different, but the raw emotion is scarily similar.

I wanted to share his post on my blog because I think everyone should read it. As my title says, I don’t know if I can just repost his article and I certainly do not want to defile his beautifully written article with my blogging ignorance. So all I can say is, GO READ THIS ARTICLE! Since I think there is a better chance of Justin seeing anchor text then reading my blog here is another link to his post: Thank you for sharing your story Justin! I hope there is no etiquette on trying to communicate with people via anchor text!

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About Frank Domizio

Frank Domizio is the proud husband of his best friend and partner, Hope and the father of two beautiful children. He has been a Philadelphia Police Officer since 1997. He is currently working at the FBI's Philadelphia Regional Computer Forensics Lab as a Forensic Examiner. Prior being detailed to the FBI, Frank was the Social and Digital Media Manager in the PPD's Office of Media Relations and Public Affairs. Frank holds a degree in Computing and Security Technology from Drexel University and is pursuing a Master of Science in Information Assurance from Capitol College. He has also had the opportunity to lecture at Drexel, Temple and Saint Joseph's Universities on the topics of social and new media marketing. Follow him at or @FJDomizio. ***********************************DISCLAIMER*********************************** The opinions expressed on FrankDomizio.com do not reflect the opinions of any rational human being on Earth. That list includes my mother, the City of Philadelphia, any current or future Pope, the Philadelphia Police Department, or any former President (excluding Bill Clinton because he probably agrees with me).
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