Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Personalization and degree of accuracy in fortune reading

Three days ago, I started the Fortune Reader blog and find with interest the natural traffic the blog is building up. I even got a teen reader to help out (who got me into this in the first place).

I got scared when the idea was first raised to me. However, I realized that it is not so bad after all. It can be revealing once you analyze the people and competition you meet.

What I'm only having a hard time is coming up with generic predictions for Chinese astrology and traditional zodiac reading per sign. This is a big problem once you have gained knowledge on different methods and if you want to attain a certain degree of personalization. Not one prediction fits one sign type as there are other factors to put into consideration, such as the moon sign (zodiac) or eight characters (chinese astrology).

What this has taught me so far is the benefit of listening to younger people and giving their ideas a shot. Although I'm not sure if I'm ready to dwell on computer games just to relate better with my boys. (although the headline "big mama kicks young boys' ass in computer games" can be cute) I worry that my 2007 workload won't get done at all once I get into it.

However, I'm excited as this is one blog project where readers can be from anywhere in the world.

To those who celebrated their birthdays last December 31 and January 1 (plus teen), your 2007 fortune reading is now online.

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