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I have a question about "following" etiquette. Do you follow every blog that follows you or do you only follow blogs that you are interested in reading? What are everyone's thoughts on following etiquette?

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I only follow the blogs I'm interested in or else you get burnt out trying to keep up with the bloggin Jones. After awhile you have so many blogs your following you really can't keep up and your not happy because half of the blogs just don't interest you.
I follow everyone who follows me. I don't really read them all and I bookmark the ones I like to read anyway. The reason I do this is strictly for the count. The more followers, the more you get notice. Like building links, kinda...
Great question. I wasn't sure about that.
I follow almost everyone. The exception is the obviously pseudo-spammy hyper-promotional Tweeple. I always scan a prospective follow's tweets, if there is something useful or funny I'll follow back.
Right, I'm with you when it comes to Twitter, but what are your thoughts on following blogs in blogger?
Oh, I do not participate in any of that new blog following stuff. I'm subscribed to the feed, why do I need to be roll called elsewhere?
That is true.
I follow because I figure if someone is following my blog, I want to follow theirs too. I also bookmark the ones I read the most...

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