I’ve decided to start blogging. Okay, that’s all you need to know about that.
Actually, I decided to put pen to blog around two years ago. As you can see, I like to move fast.
At the time, I thought that the first line above would be a good start. Now that I’ve finally put finger to screen, my opinion has changed.
Apparently, you do need to know why I am attempting to start a blog on LinkOrchard. The plan is that as well as a blog, the site will do all the social for our websites, namely:
So it’s sort of like an umbrella name.
Well, there is nothing like this, it’s just that there is some network security issue. SPDY was once a protocol which is now not supported by Google (due to the coming of HTTP 2 which made it pretty vulnerable) ERR_SPDY_PROTOCOL_ERROR in Google Chrome
The goals of this blog are:
1. To write a summary article titled as follows:
“How you can create your dream brandname or domain name.”
This will absolutely be the best info and tips we can come up, summarised in a single article. There will be links off the summary to individual blog posts should anyone wish to explore further.
2. To write a summary article titled as follows:
“How you can leverage domain names to accomplish your business or startup goals.”
This is different to creating your brandname or domain name. Here, I will be revealing the secrets of the search/domain industry and how you can benefit.
3. There will be notes on:
– design, especially in relation to color
– digital life
– Generation X
And now on to the rules for the blogger. That’s me, so this is a note to self.
1. No rants.
Except of course for Gtld posts. Only joking – no rants. Actually that’s the only rule for me.
I am sure I will write something that is so wide if the mark it just has to be corrected. Please get in touch if you would like to reply, or indeed if something needs to be added to. And if you feel LinkOrchard could help you in anyway.
I have no idea if I will stick at this blogging or not. Nothing ventured, nothing gained as the saying goes.
As long as the next post is within two years … could you call that progress?