It has not escaped me that my offerings of late have been sparse. I don’t like it when people don’t post for a while, then they come back and write an I’m Sorry post about why they haven’t been posting. So I won’t apologize. What I will do, is encourage you to do two things:
Why You Should Like Blogging Basics 101 on Facebook
Even though I haven’t been posting faithfully over here, I’ve been posting several times a day on Facebook. I’m answering questions, sharing links, and generally enjoying the community of savvy people like you. Why aren’t you over there with us? We really want you to come and join our conversation. I have my Wall set so you can upload relevant pictures (did you attend a blog conference recently? Show us what happened!). You can even link to your own posts if they’re relevant to blogging theory and development. I only ask that your posts not be spammy in nature or too salesy (that hasn’t been a problem so far). I encourage you to come over and share.
Why You Should Sign Up for the Blogging Basics 101 Newsletter
I’ve been teaching some local classes helping businesses understand how to set up and use their Facebook business pages properly. I’ve had more than a few people request an online option for these classes and I’m going to oblige them (I’m hoping to get those going this month!). I’m currently focusing on Facebook business pages, but I’m also developing classes on SEO, analytics, beginning blogging, and several other topics. I’m very excited about this venture because teaching and interacting with you is my favorite part of what I do! If you’re signed up for my newsletter, you’ll be the first to know about which classes are being offered and when. As you complete the Blogging Basics 101 newsletter sign up form, please be sure to fill in as much information as possible. I will never share your information, but, for instance, if you share your city and state with me, then I can exclude you from newsletters that are pertinent to my locally held classes. That way you aren’t inundated with irrelevant information. However, you’re not required to share anything more than your e-mail address and you have the option of unsubscribing at any time.
Finally, I just want to say THANK YOU. Thanks for subscribing to the blog, liking the Facebook page, and subscribing to my newsletter. I appreciate your support.
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