It’s that time of the year again. Time to look back and look forward.
There are many tips out there to improve your blog. There are just as many people out there who claim to have found the one true way to maintain a blog. Over the last 10+ years I’ve run a blog in some form or other, I’ve read it all. So why would I read yet another book that claims to offer the magic formula for technical blogging?
Another year has passed, so it’s time to take a short look back and think about what to do in 2016.
As every year, I take a brief moment to look back at the previous year and forward to the next year.
One of the main things that struck me when reading Fitness for Geeks was the importance that Bruce Perry gives to all kinds of nutrients, such as vitamins. Why is that?
In 2013, I only published five posts on this blog. That’s probably an all time low. It doesn’t mean I was relaxing, I was busier then ever, but didn’t get around to writing much about it. Until now.
Another year has (almost) passed. It was a very exiting year, in which I threw a lot against the wall to see what would stick. I also managed to implement most of my 2012 goals, although, in hindsight, they were a little too vague.
2011 has been a transformative year for Streamhead. Due to some major work and planning behind the scenes, I haven’t been able to post as much as I would have liked. But all this hard work is about to pay off and you, my dear reader, will enjoy the fruits of it. In 2012, I plan to double down on in-depth articles, tutorials and case studies. All practical hands-on information. Read on for a review of 2011 and my goals for 2012.
If you run a blog and want it to be read, you need a site that’s up and running as much as possible. WordPress will keep you away from many of the nasty site hosting details, but you can be sure that you will run into performance issues at some point. WordPress will help you with a number of useful plugins and options. This post lists 3 easily implemented strategies that should give you some extra mileage before you upgrade your hosting plan.