More of my ‘ghost blogging’ for a leading IT company published today. Contact me for details and access if you need a techie blogger
Finished seven 500 word blogs and two shorter ones for an IT company you’ve never heard of, unless you work in corporate IT. Unfortunately they go out under a director’s name, so if you want to know more about that side of my work, contact me.
I’m updating my website, new theme, some new pages, some old ones deleted, some edited. Just noticed my last blog post was 10 months ago. I should do more. But they’re funny things blogs. Some are just vanity, some commercial ones are just banal, some are just designed to attract clicks and win a few pence in advertising revenue. I try not to be vain, or banal and I don’t have adverts on my website because it is there to advertise me, I don’t want potential customers being distracted.
Once you take out the vain, “I’ve just been approached by a major online agency to edit their new site”, the banal, “I’m hoping the window fitters will call soon about making good around the new windows” that doesn’t leave a lot to write about. But I will. Probably.
Fellow freelancer Simone Costello has put together a ‘blog carnival’ roundup of blogs from work-at-home types. Read it here.
I’ve had a static web site for a few years and gradually got better at designing them, but not good enough and the rest of the world has been getting better quicker, so I’m setting up a new one on a new domain using wordpress. If you’ve stumblemd across it already, don’t tell me what’s wrong, it’s a work in progress and I’m learning fast.