This summer, I started writing my personal blog here at www.guestbook.com. The name of the blog is a play on the German word guestbook, and it was inspired by the German word guten Tage. I also wrote a book called Guestbook and published it in August 2009, titled günter netzer, which translates to “good day”.
At the same time, I’ve also started a book on German history called guten Tage, and I post a lot of my posts there. So basically, günter netzer is the German word for guestbook, which is a blog I started in April 2009.
günter netzer is a German word, and the blog is a place where I often post things that my German-speaking friends might find interesting. When I first started posting, it was mostly about games and games-related topics, but I’ve since posted more about my personal life and my travels in Germany.
One of the things that günter netzer has done that I find really cool is that it has become a place where I have met some of my German-speaking friends and acquaintances. My German-speakers are often very open about their hobbies and pastime. They’ll often tell me things they’ve found funny, and I’ll post my thoughts on such things in günter netzer.
Another cool thing that günter netzer has done is that Ive met some of my gaming friends who use günter netzer as a place to post their posts. It can be a way for some of us to stay in touch with people we dont see as often, or a way to have a little bit of fun.
In the spirit of keeping some things “German”, Ill post something here that Ive found really funny. My German-speakers are a little more serious than Americans, and Ill make sure to do things I dont want to say. I hope you all enjoy my words.
günter netzer is probably the most obvious example of a game where an awful lot of our posts are links, and I think this is the reason that it works so well. If you have a small game like günter netzer, you are going to want to put a lot of links on there. I also like to use all the links in the game to help spread the word about the game and/or my own games.
There are many different examples of this, and it varies from game to game. For instance, I played a game called “Dinocroc’s Curse” where I put links on every post so that people reading the posts where you were. That got me a lot of links and it also made it easier to play the game when I was trying to find other people to play.
I’ll be honest though, I didn’t do this when I first got into gaming. I was playing a game called “Battletoads” and I put links on all of my posts. Not only did that help me find other people playing it, it also made my writing much more readable than before. I also had my own game called “Battletoads: Apocalypse”, in which I put links on every post so that people like you and I could play it together.
I can see why you might think that’s an odd way to create links if there’s this much incentive to link. But yes, it’s a good thing to do when you’re trying to find other people to play together. It also makes your writing much more readable and accessible for the readers of your blog. Plus, since the game is made by a German company, we have an even bigger incentive to link here than most.