Worth A Comeback?
I haven’t been looking at this blog for quite some time now. I have been concentrating on the successful launch of Music Eyz and helping others with their approach to their content and social media.
Its been over two years since my last post and the world has come a long way, both the real world and the digital world. The economy has gone through a recession and appears to be out the other side. London has hosted a “really successful” Olympic Games and Man Utd aren’t the best football team in the country any more. (Before anybody says it, yes I know Spurs aren’t either).
The things is, whilst there has been a lot of change in the real world, the digital world has evolved at an alarming rate. The mainstays of digital marketing PPC and affiliates, whilst still important, are being rivaled. The world of content, on-site merchandising and social media are massive tools in every digital professionals armoury.
Whilst their can be many explanations for the rise in importance of the newer disciplines, the two key ones for me are Google and customers.
Either way, one of the reasons I stopped blogging was because, in my view, there was little value to be added to the discussions around the main digital acquisition channels. Yes my experience is extensive and some people may have found the insight interesting or even useful, but you could get that from anywhere. My inspiration for a comeback is that very few people have produced great content relating to content, merchandising and genuine views on the commercial aspects or quality of Social Media.
Now this post isn’t meant to be self-idulgent. This post is genuinely to get my thoughts and potential direction of the blog on a screen. Just to see if this makes sense and is “Worth A Comeback” If you are reading this, I would love to hear your views. Do you think I should kick this off again? Do you agree about my sentiment around a lack of quality resource in this space? Am I wasting my time and yours?
I may just do it anyway, but would be great to hear from you all.
But in the words of LL Cool J, “Don’t call it a comeback, I been here for years”