31 responses

  1. Herbert
    October 13, 2011

    There is a big difference if your content is written by someone. Some points might not be elaborated. The good thing if you write your own, you can expand and give life to the content :)

    Brilliant content Sylviane.. craving for more :)

  2. Sylviane Nuccio
    October 14, 2011

    Thanks Herbert, I appreciate the compliment. And thanks for passing by again.

  3. Herbert
    October 14, 2011

    Anytime :)

    I love the way you write, very detailed :)

  4. Herbert
    October 14, 2011

    Anytime :)

    I love the way you write, very detailed :)

    Cheers :)

  5. Holly Jahangiri
    October 18, 2011

    Sylviane, I’m so sorry for your loss. My first pet was a beautiful Siamese cat. My sister in law had a couple of “rescue” cats that I fell in love with when they were smart enough NOT to hurt my child, even though she was dangerously close to annoying them (she was 3 at the time, and blissfully unaware of just how annoyed they were). I’ve had a neighborhood cat – well loved pet, mind you, not a hungry stray! – “adopt” me and hang out in my yard for affection, trying to feed me songbirds, even though I refused to feed him or let him in the house, and tried to convince him he’d be better off back home with his own family. Actually, thinking back on that, I’m pretty sure this cat – Taz – had some sibling rivalry issues and liked coming to my house to play “only cat.” Anyway, I know how they can get their adorable little claws into your heart, and I know you’re hurting. I imagine your other kitty is a little lost without its playmate, too. Good you still have each other.

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      October 18, 2011

      Thank you so much for your comment Holly. My Tony has gone 12 days now and I still cry every day, wake up for a whole hour or more in the middle of the night missing him so much. It has slowed down my work and everything else.

      People who don’t have or love pets might not understand, but my cats were with me these past 11 years and that’s a hell of long time, and I just can’t erase it in just a few days or weeks. That’ s just impossible. Thank God, my other kitty helps me tremendously in my grief.

  6. Larry Lourcey
    October 18, 2011

    Sorry to hear about your cat Syliane. My 8 year old lab sits here next to me all day and I can’t imagine not having her around.
    Personal experience does make writing so much stronger. I think it is the same reason why reality television is so popular. People like to feel a connection.

  7. Sylviane Nuccio
    October 18, 2011

    Thanks for visiting, Larry. Because of your dog, I am sure you understand me. My cats are just a tremendous part of my life for so many years now, it’s just tough though though. I still can’t believe it.

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    October 19, 2011

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  9. Debbie
    October 20, 2011

    That is a really thought provoking post – brilliant in fact. I must admit my best posts have been the one where I am describing deep emotions. Whether I could bring that emotion into my ordinary posts – now that would be a skill…

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      October 22, 2011

      Thanks for your complement, Debbie, I really appreciate. Yes, indeed our best writings are the ones we put our emotions in, I know it can be harder depending on what you are writing.

  10. Claudia
    October 21, 2011


    You are great!! Thanks for this wonderful information. I need to learn how to write, which I know nothing about!

    God bless you!

  11. Claudia
    October 21, 2011


    It’s me again, by the way I AM SOOOOOOOO VERY SORRY about your baby Tony! We have a little white female toy poodle named “Preshus”. She is 10 yrs old; My family and I cannot ever imagine losing her. She was our first baby, then we had 4 “real” children after Preshus. I know what you mean about all those precious years of wonderful memories. I literally have hundreds of pictures of Preshus before our kids came along and pictures with her and each and every one of our children. Our kids (ages 2yr to 9yrs) treat her like a queen!

    My heart is filled with tears for your beloved Tony. If possible can you send me a picture of him?
    I know Tony was a valuable loss; I will pray for you!

    God Bless,

  12. Sylviane Nuccio
    October 22, 2011

    You are such a sweet person, Debbie. Thank you so much for your words. The fact that I lost my Tony still has not sink in totally. This is been one of the toughest months of my life.

  13. Ana
    October 24, 2011

    I think writing from experience is a powerful thing, Sylviane – many bloggers, including me, just don’t know how to bring it in. Yet connecting with your readership is extremely important!

    PS Sorry it took me so long to visit; I also appreciate you stopping by my blog.

    • Sylviane Nuccio
      October 24, 2011

      Thanks for visiting Ana, I really appreciate. I always love passing by your blog, the posts are always so interesting to read. I just wish I had more time to apply it all :)

  14. Scott
    November 26, 2011

    Whenever I face the situation where I don’t have any idea regarding the topic and still I want to write something then I read relative details from wikipedia or from other authentic sites. I try to make the article / post more lively and keep details topic wise so, reader can easily understand, feel good and find what they are looking for.

  15. Gary Ashton
    December 19, 2011

    Just a few years go blogging was a simple way for people to keep online diaries and users started to show interest in what was happening in the lives of other people so certainly even now, writing about something original from personal experience will always grab the attention of readers and you’ve brilliantly stressed on this point.

  16. DavidMicheal
    December 29, 2011

    Hi Sylviane, I got to know your site through your guest posting in youngpro. In fact i have seen so many things that i have been looking for how to do in article marketing, which has been the challenge i always have in promoting my affiliate site. Am very grateful and promise to check back.
    I will apply all that you have just said.


    • Sylviane Nuccio
      December 29, 2011

      Nice meeting you David! I am very glad if I could help in any way. If you have any questions you need to ask, please, don’t hesitate. I’d be glad to help in any way I can:)

      • DavidMicheal
        December 29, 2011

        Thanks Sylviane,
        please can you check my site and tell me if there is a way i can improve the traffic, am just very new to the system.

      • Sylviane Nuccio
        December 30, 2011

        Sure I can refer you to some tips!

  17. Louise Cook
    August 29, 2012

    I have learned so much from you and your blogs. I find that when I mention something personal, the response to the blog is much larger. So sorry to hear about Tony, I know how that can hurt. They do take hold of your heart, don’t they.

  18. Megan
    December 27, 2012

    I agree on what you’ve pointed out. By using your own experience, aside from making the writing easier on your part, it’s also great way to establish rapport to your reader. Besides, how can you empathize with your reader if you haven’t experience it yourself? It’s like giving dog training tips when you don’t even have a dog? hehe.

  19. Lee
    March 17, 2013

    Writing your own articles is very important because then it comes from you and you can adapt it and correct it as you are on the same wavelength as you are the one who wrote it.

    Great info thanks lee

  20. Dave Patrick
    April 7, 2013

    Hi Sylviane

    I have put an edited version of your article on my blog with a link to your blog so people can read the full version.

    Hope this is OK with you.



    • Sylviane Nuccio
      April 7, 2013

      Hi Dave,

      Sure, I think it’s fine. I see that your site appears to be brand new with no Alexa ranking yet. If you ever dropped it let me know, because I do not like to have broken links on my blog.

      Thanks for valuing my post, and tanks for letting me know about this.

  21. Dave Patrick
    April 7, 2013

    Hi again Sylviane (what a lovely name)

    Thank you for your message.

    Yes my blog “The Daily Write” is new.

    After writing articles for other I M’s for 2 years I have decided to do my own thing

    Your article really got me thinking…

    I have been married for 42 years. We’ve had our ups and downs but we are still very happy in each others company, so I could write about relationships.

    I have always had black Labradors (Beattie is 4 today!) My last 2 Juno and her daughter Hebe died of cancer within 10 weeks of each other so I have experienced the deep sorrow you and I both felt when our wonderful companions died.

    I had a heart attack and a double heart bypass 10 years ago, and I have an artificial Aortic valve, so I know what real physical pain feels like.

    … plenty to write about!

    I plan for “The Daily Write” to be around for a long time. But I promise I will let you know should I decide to kill it.

    If you would like to do a guest post sometime I would be very grateful.



    • Sylviane Nuccio
      April 8, 2013

      Hi Dave,

      Thanks for the introduction. I am always willing to get to know people better. Yes, it seems that you’ve got a lot to write about.

      Just remember that a blog should be focusing on one niche alone as people get confused if your blog is about anything under the sun on the same blog, unless it’s more like a journal, but in which case traffic might be lesser.

      For more info about me you can take a look at my about me page as there’s more there than I could tell you here.

      I welcome guest posts from people I’ve built a relationship with, and once we know each other better, I would love for you to write a post as long as it fit the niche of my blog.

      See you around :)

  22. Hari
    July 5, 2013

    Great post dear! You really posted a great article and it will help all the person. Who are wanting help form someone. Your information is very helpful.
    Thanks for writing these type of article.

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