I’ve got too many blogs.
Best practice says I ought to post on a regular schedule in one place. Sticking to a topic my subscribers will appreciate and build my expert status and marketing niche.
Good ideas. I teach that myself. I have never been too good at practicing what I preach
On a good day, I’ll say I’m a renaissance man, a generalist with a lot of ideas to share on a variety of topics. Then, I’ll sit down and get busy with a project and decide it need to be put with a certain type of post on a separate web site.
I think if I was put up 3 posts on each of my blogs and kept up with the social media correspondence that results from sharing things, I’d need about 150 hours a week and still would miss some things.
But the real truth is… I get bored easily.
Social Media to the Rescue
I love how we have current technologies are allowing me to post small pieces of content, dozens of times each day. I’m gong to keep sharing news, tips, quotes and ideas I find with my social media network.
However, blogging is still the biggest of the social media platforms and I’ve got a two or thing I think are worth putting out there.
I must admit that the TODO list for blogging has gotten out of hand. This morning, I found a site that had a nifty slider to highlight posts.. with empty posts. A project I started six months ago. Several thousand people saw an error page as a post of another blog.
I could go on.. but I’m embarrassed just thinking about it.
So I’ve fixed up a few, put in a TON of redirection links so that people looking for my posts longer than 140 characters can find me and tried to put most of my plans for near term future writing to point here.
Check back tomorrow for a post with substance.. and let me know how I’m doing with a comment below, a tweet or message on any of the 30,327 sites I’m using when I’m not here.