So, I work here now. In Liverpool. That means I’m a Scouser, right? At which point shouts are heard across the studio of ‘never’ and ‘you’re a wool.’
A brand new post on Arbenting takes a look at the commitments we make as bloggers to the content we create, and how these commitments need to be considered as part of our content strategy.
There is a whole community out there who really cares about each and every word that is typed into WordPress, Blogger or Typepad. This community’s strength is built upon good, solid foundations that originate from good old-fashioned hard work.
Last September, Ignite Social Media came up with a list of 100 Women Bloggers You Should Be Reading. Needless to say, I was ecstatic because a. I do follow some of the ladies featured on the list such as Kristien Del Ferraro, Grace Bonney, Kelly Kautz, et al, and b. I’m always on the lookout for great reads on the web.
You have a broken blog. In fact it is not just your blog. Its pretty much every blog out there. The problem is that blogs are fundamentally flawed. Blogs are great if you use them for their original purpose. However, we often use them for a lot more than a chronological series of posts that have a short shelf life.