There really is no excuse why my posts have become so infrequent.
But I’m going to offer a few anyway.
Recently, I’ve been stepping up my blogging activity for a few clients. Unlike my own personal diatribes where I write about the items that are popping into my head at the time, these take a good deal of research and often multiple interviews, drafts and re-writes before we go live.
I generally don’t like to divulge client information without their permission so the clients for whom I’m creating these posts shall remain nameless. Fortunately, the number of clients continues to increase. So I find myself writing about a wide variety of topics.
I’m sure Google is confused by my browsing activity. They must think I have some fairly eccentric and quirky tastes as one day I’ll be researching the Army Corps of Engineers and the next I’ll be investigating Gmax impact testing. I’ve been fortunate enough to blog about museum exhibitions as well as new curricula being offered at university programs.
These days, I’ve been diving into swimming pool construction. Soon, I hope to be writing more about thermal power generation and posting knowledge about fluid conveyance systems. If that all sounds a little heavy-duty, it is. But it’s also quite interesting to go on a crash course of learning, consuming as much information as possible and then doing my best to digest it and create something that’s relevant and useful to the target audience I’m addressing.
On top of all that, I continue to try and get better as a painter. So there’s always a work that is in the works. One is awaiting more brushwork as soon as I decide that I’ve said enough regarding this particular post. I have another painting that is sketched out and waiting to show up on canvas as soon as I wrap this current one up.
So my attention has been elsewhere. That’s a good thing and a bad thing.
Good, because my business has been booming and blogging has had a lot to do with it.
Bad, because in order to keep building your business, you’ve got to keep at it, particularly when it comes to blogging.
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