Here’s where I keep track of my writing on other sites. I’m still focusing on building content for my own site, so off-site work is not too common. Check back once or twice a month and there should be new stuff here.
Right now, I’m writing on Tumblr & exploreB2B. They’ll be some SlideShare coming soon.
I like Tumblr because you can write quickly and simply. I’m still working on using the other post types more. But for now, I like being able to pull together a post without checking 10 boxes and fields like I do with WordPress.
Google Webmaster Tools’ Crawl Errors on Site Dashboard The first in a series on Google Webmaster Tools that I’m working on. It may be a while before it’s done, but I plan to go through every screen accessed from the left-navigation.
A quick holiday readiness check for small online retailers – the name says it all. Worth checking out and sharing if you have an online shop and need an actionable site preparedness checklist.
Living the work…then letting it go – I was feeling a little down as my last project came to a close. Knowing you’ll move on doesn’t make it much easier to let go.
5 Ecommerce Navigation Enhancements for Customer Experience & Sales This is a short deck focused on making it easier for customers to quickly find what they want on your ecommerce site. The emphasis is on clear navigation signals and optimizing for the most important categories.
It’s important to contribute to other sites to build your brand (and some links), but I’m not in a big hurry with this. I’d prefer to build my site’s assets first, then expand. Right now, I’m on track to reach my production goals for the site, so I’ve started experimenting with other sites. I’ll share more of my writing and let you know when I move to another site.
Where do you write to practice? To gain exposure? Let me know in the comments.
Featured image by Thor on Flickr