Ask the blogger: how did you get so many followers?

We are most focused on our WebSite but TRY and respond to blogs. It is difficult. Helpful to know how much it matters/

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I went out on a limb and contacted some of my greatest blogging idols to see if a few of them might like to lend us some of their wisdom in response to the one question we’re all thinking about: how the hell did you get so many followers?

To be honest, I wasn’t sure I’d get many replies. Surely these bloggers (with their thousands of followers) are far too busy to answer the many questions, emails and comments they must get every day? Turns out I completely underestimated how LEGEN – wait for it… no really you have to wait for it… sorry just a little longer – DARY these bloggers really are. Because who would answer an email from a random quote-seeking newbie like me?

Legends. That’s who.

So instead of digesting, paraphrasing and regurgitating some of their responses to make the perfect introduction, I thought I’d move aside and let the bloggers do…

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THE HARRIS FAMILY and CHESAPEAKE BAY SEAFOOD Part1

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From 4- 8 pm, on Sunday, December 10, Harris Crab House and Harris Seafood Company are celebrating the 70th Anniversary of W. H. Harris Seafood with a great seafood buffet, along with a presentation of Memories, Stories, and Photos! Reservations Recommended. $35 per person/$70 per couple Call 410-827-9501 to reserve your seats!

Harris Crab House's photo.

Kent Narrows, the body of water separating Kent Island, Maryland, from the mainland Eastern Shore, and the Chester River from Eastern Bay, was once a hub of the Chesapeake Bay Seafood industry, with as many as 15 seafood processing, or packing, houses operating along the Narrows’ eastern marshlands.

W.H. Harris Seafood, the last operating packing house at Kent Narrows, and the last full time shucking house in the state, celebrates their 70th year in business this weekend.

A few months before he passed away, I had an opportunity to speak with Harris Seafood…

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