My beloved blog has been taking a back seat of late – we’ve been so busy with fulfilling customer contracts that we’ve simply just not had time. We’d been updating this on a daily basis and do feel a little guilty for letting it go so long without a post so we’ve decided to take a new stance.
Inspired by a comment at the Nation 1 ‘Blogging for Profit‘ event we’ve decided to turn over a new blogging leaf and publicly state a few aims and challenges to get our momentum going again!
One person at the Q&A session asked whether it was better to plan a blog or just go with the flow and post when and what you feel like posting. For me, I like planning and lists, I can’t help it (partly, I’m sure, to being a Taurean) so for me publicly stating what our plans are means I won’t deviate from them (Taureans: dislike change, stubborn but very dependable!)
So, here’s what going down with the PoLR blog in the future…
Resolution one – post frequency
As we’re busy for the foreseeable future a daily update is just not going to happen. Instead, we will be updating a minimum of once a week and you’ll be hearing from all of the team on a much more rotational basis! We’re going to funk it up a little and stop you getting bored hearing the same old authors every day!
Resolution two – general banter
We started off this blog with a team news section which we have now moved to our main news page as we feel it’s in a more appropriate section for people wanting to read about our business news rather than people who want to read about Internet Marketing, Web design etc. I mean, if you want to read about an e-commerce survey do you really want to know that we have a fan-dabby new client? Thought not.
Resolution three – why what we do is great for you!
I love reading other company’s case studies, I think they are an excellent way of proving that professional Web Design and Internet Marketing are worth investing in. So, we’re going to post more case studies with hard and fast facts and figures to provide you with evidence of why what we blog about can add value to your business.
Resolution four – ending it all 😉
The admin area of this blog has so many started but as yet unfinished posts so resolution number is four is simply to get them polished and published!