I was bored with the last theme, so it was time for a change. That change however, made me realise that I haven’t been writing as much as I’ve been taking pictures. I guess it’s all about striking the right balance?
I was particularly inspired by Mitch Joel’s post “The one key to successful content“, over at Six Pixels of Separation.
One particular paragraph rings true:
Most marketers who are creating content are worried about things like the type of content they’re writing (text, images, audio, video)? Where that content should reside (Facebook, Twitter, blog, YouTube, Pinterest)? How frequently to post (hourly, daily, weekly)? Who is going to create it (an intern, the communications team, a freelance journalist, the CEO)? It turns out that Seth, myself and many other people who create content that seems to garner some semblance of an audience and attention are inspired to create the content. Pushing beyond that, we are inspired consistently.
So here’s to keeping at it and pushing to be constantly and consistently inspired.
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