The hiatus is over. The Digital Handshake manuscript has been submitted to Wiley and has officially entered the production phase.
However, I'm finding myself to be devoid of anything to say, which explains why this and other blogs have gone untended for some time now. It's as if everything I have to say is in the book. Plus, I'm tired. It's going to take a while to gear back up.
This hiatus has given me time to reconsider the way I publish information. Historically, I've commited everything to my blogs. However, lately I've thought about revising that strategy to something on this order:
1. Once per month write a longer, better researched, more insightful article focused on a major theme. It will show up as a blog post, but will be syndicated across a number of properties, including Bizzuka, and be distributed via email as well.
2. Once or twice per week write shorter, more practical blog posts on each of the blogs. You know, "Seven Ways…," "Three Keys…," that sort of thing. Still thoughtful and researched, but not as extensively.
3. Tweet daily. Truth is, I don't have time to write extensive content on a regular basis and there is no "should" or "ought," that demands that I do. So, I'm going to give this a try and see how well it works.
Love to know what you think.