Rad! And other responses to chaos reduction and self-promotion

My online life is splintered. The debris isn't as widespread as it is for many, but I sense the chaos factor increasing with each new application, community membership and task. Do you know the feeling? It's like having too many kids and always wondering if you left one of them at church.

I need to do some gathering. Case in point: I've had an off-the-beaten-path and very under-promoted promotional website for the past few years. It doesn't help that I never really liked the design, but it's still mine and I can't leave it behind.

Thanks to new tools here at Blogger, I'm finally doing something about it.

Irresistible self-promotion
This week I added two new pages to New Breed of Advertisers. They say more about what I do and how I might help you do what you do. You'll find the tabs at the top of the page. Pass them along to a professor, student, chaplain, copywriter.... Those are all folks I work with.

In case you're hesitating on whether or not to click on Talk and Write, I'll tempt you with this:

 See what I mean? Irresistible. That's me in the hat, chillin'.


Glynn September 14, 2010 at 9:55 PM  

Well, whether it's been underpromoted or not, I've been following your blog for about two years now. And I've enjoyed the posts.

Red Letter Believers September 15, 2010 at 10:15 PM  

Many blogs are TOO self promoting.

I dont even have my name on mine. I'm kind of weird I guess.

But, like you, I started using the "pages" tab on Blogger and it's a nice tool

Sam Van Eman September 16, 2010 at 1:17 AM  

How to strike a healthy balance between offering gifts to the community and curbing pride. This is a toughy, David.

Hopefully I have people around me who would say, "King Sam, step down from the throne. It doesn't belong to you."

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