Hello, hello, hello, all you rock ‘n’ rollers! A new day of blogging has begun. What adventures in blogging will we share today?
It’s the beginning of a new week and by Friday I’ll be back on my regular beat in Little Italy, drinking beer at Armand’s and thinking deep thoughts about life and blogging as I sit on a high stool at the bar up front near the window so I can scan Liberty Avenue for women in yoga pants (Yes, I’m a dirty old man). Then Saturday night I’ll be at Nico’s in Little Italy for karaoke.
Let the fun begin…
I like being retired. Being retired means I don’t have to work for someone else. Which means I can be a full-time professional blogger; but I find I still have too much time on my hands. I’m exploring different ways to be a more productive blogger. I’m searching for ways to be more active and more engaged.
It’s a nice dilemma to have…
One area that I’m exploring is online broadcasting. Yes, The Gazette has a presence in online radio. I look at online radio as another means to get the word out about my little girlie blog. And I hope online broadcasting will give me ideas that will turn into content for The Gazette.
I spend a significant amount of time and effort searching for and trying to come up with content for this blog. I never seem to have enough good content. And after around 15 years of blogging and after all the changes that have happened to blogging, I’ve come to one conclusion: content is still king.
So, I hope online broadcasting will do two things. It will help to introduce my little girlie magazine to a new audience and it will give me something else to blog about.
If you would like to hear my third broadcast (I deleted my first two broadcasts because they sucked), click this link: Pittsburgh Flash Radio. The broadcast is one hour long. Click on Showreel Item in the lower left of my broadcast page to hear the broadcast. I don’t know how often I’ll broadcast, but this is a start…
Hail to Pitt!
This is Guy Hogan reporting for the Pittsburgh Flash Fiction Gazette.
Today in Pittsburgh there will be a mix of clouds and sunshine with a high around 70. Spring has sprung!