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Written by lyceum
66 days ago

Adam: Thanks for your input! Please send links to blog posts on this topic, if you come across them in the future.

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
66 days ago

Sure thing, will do.



Written by lyceum
67 days ago

Adam: Thanks for the tip and idea. I am not a tech person, but creating an podcast episode talking about this process and behind the scenes, could work really well. Do you have tips on my blog posts on this topic?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
66 days ago

Sure thing. A podcast would work great.

Not sure off the top of my head!

Best,

Adam



Written by lyceum
67 days ago

Adam: I have to chew on this sentence from the blog post:

"It’s more or less a hybrid of your Resources and About pages built specifically for the purpose of showcasing everything that goes into your craft."

On my "site" I will have the following tabs: About, Blog, Contact.

I have been asked to describe how I work with podcasting and in what way I give specific pieces of new med advice,

Is this an example of what Gary Vaynerchuk is talking about "documenting" your worklife?

All the Best,

Martin



Written by adamjayc
67 days ago

I don't follow Gary but I think this is likely quite similar to what he's talking about.

Lyn simplified the concept in this blog post to make it easier to implement.

The approach that I like to take is to do behind the scenes blog posts. They have more of a journey-like quality to them and can be more focused then a general behind the scenes page. For example, you can hone in on something very specific.

I did one of these last year for Blogging Wizard's redesign and it worked quite well.

For example, you could do a blog post (or podcast?) that specifically goes into all of the decisions that went into your web design process - branding, layout, tools used, what you did/didn't do.

Actually, I'd love to see a blog post like that for your "last site"!

Best,

Adam



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