I quit twitter once because I could not see the immediate value but being a persistent guy, I went back with renewed fervor. This blog must be part of my routine so my blog doesn't peter out. I will also need a plan to keep this thing moving. Planning every detail out piece by piece isn’t exactly my forte…..
So I just started a new paragraph. That just happened.
I fear my blog will never be in a straight line. Staying on topic, providing value consistently and concise story telling are my long-term goals. For example, I feel like the title for the post should be "Fake it till you make it" because this post isn't really speaking to the point of building a habit. I guess I will have to do a "Building A Blog Habit - Redux" later, after I have some knowledge to share.
Earlier today, I got a tweet from @WebAnna, that led me to her post titled: "Why Do We Blog?" and while reading her blog, I ran across a link within Anna's post by @TollyM titled: "Blogging and Ego". I was lucky enough to meet both of these terrific people at #VideoCampATX (for all y'all non-hashtaggers - 'Video Camp Austin Texas 2010'). Big THANKS to David J. Neff III or (@daveiam on twitter) for putting Video Camp Austin together for us!
Why did you start your blog? Did blogging come from a place of passion, professionalism or was it part of a plan?