I am going to try to write one of my longer, meatier pieces in the next week (it is SEO/information architecture related, and should be of interest to those uISVs who have hundreds of pages rather than the typical 5 page brochure site), and after that I don’t have a strong idea for a topic to cover yet. I thought I would ask you guys: what do you want to see covered here? I’m in principle open to writing about almost anything within my capabilities, and quite a bit of the stuff outside of them, too. ;)
What Do You Want To See Covered Here?
Originally written: February 03, 2008
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Patrick McKenzie (patio11) ran four small software businesses. He writes about software, marketing, sales, and general business topics. Opinions here are his own.
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Redesign of Bingo Card Creator main site — interested?
I’m hiring again, on a project unrelated to the last two.
Blogging As Personal Marketing
I will post more about this topic in the future, but one of the reasons to have a blog is that it allows you to establish a reputation as an expert in your field. Having that reputation leads to all sorts of doors opening up for you — for example, if I weren’t blogging and otherwise creating useful content, it would be fairly unlikely that the CEO of Dzone (a social networking startup for programmers) would drop me an email and ask to please repost my linkbait to his site.