When it comes to blogging, I wonder if it’s worth it.

Hi friends,

We spend an awful lot of time around the Mission Repair headquarters deciding on what to blog about next and when. There are days that I wonder if it’s worth the work – I mean we have to stop what we are doing, come up with a topic, write about it, proofread it (I know we make mistakes), make sure the links are working and post it. There are times that I try to get a blog posted (like this morning) but other issues throughout the day take precedence and inevitably take me off of my path.

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This morning I received an email from James K., one of the Mission Repair Blog Subscribers…I’ll cut and paste the part that I found especially helpful:

“I like it when you blog, and I look forward to receiving an email with your entiries. Your personal stories interest me and I sometimes think that we have a lot in common. Your business seems like it is going very well and it’s great to hear that you’re expanding and growing. I appreciate what you have done for me, you fixed my iPhone 5 last December. Keep up the good work and I’m looking forward to your next special.

Sincerely, James K. Decatur, IL.

P.S. I need my iPad Mini fixed- can that be the special of the month for June?”

Well, just when I think “I wonder if it’s worth it”, I get an email like this from a blog fan and my question is answered. It is worth the work, it defines Mission Repair and separates us from the competition – because these kinds of emails drive me to continue and validate our efforts.

So thank you James for the awesome email. I know that I’ve already replied to you individually, but now I’m also commending you in front of all of our readers – there are over 800,000 unique readers by the way – I offer my sincere thanks for reaching out.

Take care everyone, and have a great day. I’ll be blogging about some great news so stay tuned because I feel that there might be an iPad Mini special coming soon. Just for you James…

Ryan

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