As I was posting about the increase in spam, I noticed that my last post was over a month ago, talking about a server outage. That's not the kind of stuff that you want staying on the frontpage. :)

This is why I recommend NOT blogging to many website owners. It takes a lot of time to regularly update a website, unless that is your job, or you  have a lot of free time managing your business.

Even people in the web industry, running websites as their job, don't have the kind of time it takes to constantly keep sites updated with frequent blog posts.  It certainly wasn't great that the last update to this website was that there was a server outage.

What made it worse for me, is that I would see it on my RSS feed, reminded every morning that I should add something new to the website. But other responsibilities take priority over the website, like taking care of clients and their websites.

So, a reminder to those that think it is a good idea to have a blog with updates for your business... it only works if you really, really, update often.  Why do I do it? Because I'm supposed to, since a web guy needs to show that he knows what the latest trend is.

Hopefully I'll post something sooner than another month or so. But, others come first.

Brian

Seven Sages - Your Personal Webmasters
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