The price of blogging

I was about to write a post moaning about  ‘fake blogs’, you know, the ones that suddenly like your blog before you’ve posted anything, and which are ‘real’ people while being suspiciously slick and full of product recommendations… and then a post of mine was liked by a blog that turns out to be a startup in beta form. And I was about to get irritated at the wave of commerce washing around me as a brand-new blogger when I realised the service that followed me – (the advert that liked me?) Shook.co – is actually something I could do with in my life. Selling off – or here, auctioning off – all those extraneous things I’ve built up in my life that are too valuable to throw away, but too much of a hassle to put on classifieds or put on the pavement with an undignified ‘for sale’ sign.

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