I’ve spent years helping people get online. I’ve worked on getting small businesses and nonprofits online. I’ve worked closely with my IT group in developing, launching and maintaining online projects.
I didn’t have my own Web site.
I used to have one, back when online journals were all the rage. I used to have one, when I was first learning html and needed a venue to test my newly-acquired skills. I used to have one, once upon a time.
I thought it might be time for a new site.
These days I can quote you chapter and verse on the importance of social networking. I know about the rise of podcasting, the real power of blogs, and the ongoing debate surrounding the best ways to monetize content. I can give you examples of good online communications, ways to improve your message delivery to your clients and why distributed news sources are actually a good thing.