And I’ll warn you now, if you’re getting sick of all this, just click out and close the browser. This one it going to get a little cheesy.
That said, in spirit of the upcoming Grammy Awards, I’d like to thank a few people. Reason being, if not for these folks, I totally wouldn’t have gone through with this experience. I would’ve backed out and missed a ton of fun.
As I’ve grown older and seen them fail miserably, I’ve stopped writing resolutions. I mean, I still get that fresh sense of hope that comes with a New Year, all the potential of a new beginning, but I never really write down or focus on any goals.
This year I’m going to do something though.
I’m writing personal mission statements.
I want you to know that I’m really not a hater. I don’t often rant or judge, because, well…I don’t necessarily know-it-all. I’m not a big fan of know-it-alls. Especially, in the digi-marketing world where blindly following best practices are the quickest way to the inbound marketing graveyard.
But, folks, I’d seriously love for you to take a look at stopping a few things in regards to QR codes.
Ok, not so much in the night.
Maybe more through the break in a tree, like in the photo above. I sort of thought that ‘in the night’ would add a creepy factor of at least 74 to the headline.
Actually, the tree thing is almost horribly more creepy.
Seriously though. I’ve taken a nose dive straight off the publishing bandwagon. Since doing that I’ve turned my focus to reading and thinking, and more reading…and more thinking.
A lot of reading has come in the form of books, but I have continued to read blogs. I mostly stick to the usual blogs, but sometimes I will break from the usuals and maybe get nutty and try a new one out.
Like some kind of digital predator, tip-toeing through the interwebs. Peering through the break in digital trees.
In the night.
Jokey-jokes aside, here are four I think you should add to the ol’ rich site summary reader. Ok, RSS reader. Or whatever you use.
If you didn’t notice, take a second and look when my last blog article was written.
That’s right, April 13th.
I’ve been blogging on and off since about 2004, so I’m definitely no stranger to the game. On this particular blog, I launched in January after exporting over from another blog. When I launched I hit the ground like a hurricane and was publishing a regular 4 times a week or so.
Then, I ran smack dab into a wall.