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How To Determine The Blogger’s Line Of Work From The Blog They Write

English: An office worker with a dual-monitor ...

Dual monitors: perfect for working and writing a blog at the same time.

Many people who write blogs keep their real name secret for one reason or the other. However, sometimes you can guess the profession of a blogger from the appearance of the blog they write. Here’s how:

Dry Cleaner: The blog is always Freshly Pressed.

Mortgage Broker: Everything on the blog is in small print.

Cult Leader: Clicking on the “Follow me (to the end)” button automatically signs over all your property to the blogger.

Recently Disgraced Politician: Blog has no comments.

Hedge Fund Manager: Blog has no sharing buttons, because they don’t believe in sharing.

Librarian: Blog archive is in Dewey decimal system.

Unionized Dock Worker: The blog doesn’t load.

Professional writer: There might be no posts on the blog, but the copyright notice is there.

Lawyer: The blog has a copyright notice for the copyright notice.

Mail Carrier: You can only sign up for paper delivery of posts, and the blog stopped posting on Saturdays.

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12 thoughts on “How To Determine The Blogger’s Line Of Work From The Blog They Write

  1. Hilarious….and true.. but what if someone blogs about toilets, what does that make them??..

    Posted by hdfloyd73 | April 10, 2013, 9:00 pm
  2. Awesome. Great idea for a post!

    Posted by bensbitterblog | April 10, 2013, 2:02 am
  3. Brilliant !

    Posted by Dan Hennessy | April 10, 2013, 1:45 am
  4. okay, can you determine what my profession as a blogger?

    Posted by seeker | April 10, 2013, 12:26 am


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