Bobby Revell has a problem with Google.

In particular, he's annoyed with Google's Page Rank system, which assigns a numerical rank (0-10) to every page on the Internet that Google knows about. Bobby believes that the blogosphere should be about community, about people, and not about numbers. So he's doing something about it and the result should be useful to you.

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Bobby has started the Blogging For Friendship group writing project to incite bloggers to help their friends. The project got me thinking about what more JobMob could do for you and the growing JobMob Community.

I'm surprised that this hasn't come up before- it would be great to start having cross-blog conversations among JobMobber bloggers. For that, we need to know if you have a blog.

If you do, mention your blog's url in the comments and I'll add you to the list below. Please specify (when true) that you're already a JobMob subscriber, otherwise subscribe now via RSS or email and then say so.

If you don't have a blog, why not? Add a comment on that instead.

Blogging Friends

To get other bloggers wondering about how they can help their friends, I'm tagging these JobMob buddies:

David Slade

Miriam Schwab


Pete Aldin

Adrian Wajsbrem

Jason Alba

Oren Todoros

Lorelle Van Fossen

Carolyn Manning


Harry Rubinstein

Monika Mundell

Isabella Mori

Dan Schawbel


Jim Stroud

Joyce Babu

Robert Hruzek

Yvonne Russell

Vincent Wright


Tamar Weiss

Andrew Rondeau

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Jacob Share

Job Search Expert, Professional Blogger, Creative Thinker, Community Builder with a sense of humor. I like to help people.
  • You know, Jacob, it was so coincidental reading this post, because a few days prior to that I was wondering on what would be the best way to promote some of my favourite blogs and bloggers.
    I’m still thinking about it, but I got some new ideas from you and Bobby Revell, and will dedicate a post to that in a near future.

    P.S. I love those little flag icons you display next to each commentor. How did you get that to work?

  • oh, and those icons also show what browser and OS commentors use – how cool is that! Is there a plugin for that?