I just published my first TV show review on the Feathered Outlaw blog, and man oh man, how I’m BEAT. It was for the first episode of Preacher on AMC, even though that came out in May. I’m just using these early moments when I have no actual readers to craft my skills and to learn how to write reviews.
How the hell do people do this so fast? I typically see an episode’s review hours after the show was aired.
Or are they granted an early screening so they can publish their reviews on time?
Anyway, I know that I have to stop being so sloppy when I work on posts, so I made sure to take the time to edit the crap out of it.
The sad thing is that the Yoast plugin kept telling me that I have readability issues, and I was going insane trying to revise the post. I just had to hit publish and do clean ups and get better and this.
I just posted my first official affiliate marketing post over at the Feathered Outlaw blog site. I’m rather excited and frustrated at the same time.
I’m excited because I’ve studied affiliate marketing for a really long time, and never took action. It ended up being painless and a whole lot of fun making. The blog post describes origins of the quote “And in that moment we were infinite” from one of our Feathered Outlaw Designs. I actually didn’t know where that quote came from when I was creating the shirt, and felt it was just a good thing to create for our content marketing strategy. And the obvious affiliate products in question are the book and movie version of “The Perks of being a wall flower” by Stephen Chbosky.
However, I’m frustrated because I loaded that sucker up full of keywords and other meta descriptions, and I’m not seeing it show up in Google. I know, I know…I’m being impatient. However, I thought it would be a good plan to start blogging of my blogging adventures. Partially to help in creating another means to get my meta tags in the google rankings (I have buckycore splattered all over that damn site). But also, I think it’s important that I just start to blog more frequently.
You can’t exactly be considered a blogger and content marketer if you casually blog, now can you? I’ll just muster up the courage and inspiration to make this an on going process.
Considering that I have followers on my highly neglected WordPress site here, I might as well put it to good use on my current journey. At this time I’ve been busy working on new tee shirt designs to contribute to the rebuilding of my past design company named “Rockin Seams” Many artist use their blogs to document the process of their creation to alleged adoring fans. I have two followers as I type this and I’m not exactly sure they’re adoring fans at the momet.
But for the time being I will share my works in progress along side the building of the sites and the businesses them selves