Sunday, 13 March 2011
Well here goes for Blog number 1
Before I started this I asked for some guidance and advice from others to see what should be in and what should be out. This was a little lesson in the use of social media. Ask, listen respond. Mostly its about just doing it
So here are some of the things people said.
1. Blog about the things that you are linked with including HTCC and Polcyb (polcyb.org)
2. Be genuine, be yourself, blog about what interests you.
3. Readers come, readers go. Dont try to please people.
4. Avoid corporate-speak & please warn if there are to be more swimming photos.
5. Mundane political correctness and obvious material already out there; 2.
6. Keep a balanced free speaking view
So I am going to try to keep to these guidelines and see how it goes
I will get the first main blog out soon
Thanks and if you can add to my list please do so.
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