A salable solution is both useful and repeatable. Personal weblogs qualify on both counts. A weblog is a great way to establish a personal presence on the internet and expound your viewpoints. And the road map exists for repeatable weblog success:
- Define the coverage of your weblog and identify the information sources that you would like to engage by reviewing these questions every 2 or 3 months:
- What are you interested in?
- What information sources do you follow in keeping up with your interests?
- What are you willing to write about?
- Identify potential topics for the day’s blogging by reviewing these questions everyday:
- What new events are your sources discussing in your coverage area?
- What have you personally learned or experienced during the past few weeks in your coverage area?
- Can you add anything new concerning those recent events or personal experiences?
- Write. Write early, write often.
Of course, a lot depends upon your definition of success. I consider your weblog successful when it acts as a catalyst to focus your thinking.