That’s ninety two dollars and twenty one cents, if you’re thinking of writing a check.
Okay. Help me out here, because I really want to understand. I only have two questions:
1. What the hell does that mean?
2. Really, what the hell does that mean?
How do you put a value on something like a blog, and why does someone feel the need to do so?
Jeez…why don’t we just attach a dollar amount to all of our conversations?
Imagine it: You and I sit down for a cup of coffee. I say good morning, how are the kids. You say fine. I ask about your new job; you comment on my recent weight gain—with the utmost of tact, I must say. I give you some advice on how to handle your new boss (who sounds like a real piece of work, to hear you tell it) and you give me a tip on how I should handle my protein/carb/fat ratios.
Now—here’s the good part—when we’re all talked out, I hand you a bill and you give me $92.21.
I have no freakin’ idea!
Tell you what—go ahead and offer me $92.21 for this blog right now. Know what I’ll do?
I’ll turn you down, that’s what. I spit on your ninety two dollars and twenty one cents.
What’s that? $100.00 you say?
Well…ahem…every man has his price.