Paul Walsh asked me to elaborate (on twitter) on why I only read one of his blogs (Segala.com) and what he should do with his BIMA posts?
Well I keep two blogs going, PutPlace and this one. PutPlace I could do more on, but thats pretty much all about PutPlace and designed for users of PutPlace, Partners and has a pretty clear Agenda, the promotion of PutPlace as a business. Copacetic is mine and existed before PutPlace and will live on after it. If I was Paul I would want my huge blogging rep attached to a site associated with Paul Walsh rather than Segala. Someday Segala will be gone and he will have to do a pile of work to get a new brand up andÂ running.
For now I will continue to get my Walshie juice from Segala 😉 As for BIMA never read it, probably never will.
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Thanks for your thoughts Joe. To add a little insight… most of the stuff I write on Segala is relevant to my BIMA audience and visa versa. Whilst I link from Segala to BIMA, I don’t link from BIMA to Segala as I feel uncomfortable about the ethics of doing so.
I don’t mind my ‘Paul Walsh’ stuff appearing on Segala because as far as I’m concerned, it’s the same thing and it makes Segala that bit more accessible, I hope. When I sell Segala, my soul will go with it anyway 😉
So, do I duplicate the posts on both blogs, or stop writing about social / startups / creative stuff on Segala and leave it to the BIMA blog only? I think you’ve almost answered the question because if you’re in any way interested in the rubbish I have to talk about, I’m best leaving it on Segala or you and others will leave. I don’t want that to happen!! 🙂
Do let me know if and when I start to up my stakes!
Paul, you keep posting it on Segala, I’ll keep reading it. Duplicates are cool with me if they are cool with you.
Still unsure Joe because both blogs have an overlap in audience. Unlike you, they’re interested in the other stuff I talk about on the BIMA blog – about creativity etc. Anyway, all this talk is giving me food for thought (speaking of which, I need to eat).
If I could give you one piece of advice it would be this, ignore me. If you keep up all this attention you’ll have me reading the BIMA blog as well 🙂