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When I first stated writing this Blog/PodCast I had big plans for what I was going to do and try to achieve. Since then I have learned that it’s not as easy as I thought. I have learned to truly appreciate those people who produce top quality PodCasts and Blogs. Trust me if you are only reading a blog, you have no idea.
There is so much “competition” for Wine Blogs. It’s very hard to produce a top quality blog, and podcast. Sites such as The Wine Wankers, The Wine Stalker, among many others are kicking out top blog posts that are entertaining and informative.
The first thing you need to do to be successful at writing a blog is be consistent. Timeliness is by far my biggest weakness. I won’t give you excuses, but it is by far my biggest problem.
When I have time to write something, or produce a podcast, its a great feeling. I want to do more, but again its finding the time.
So where does am I going to with all of this; Well to be honest I have not fully decided what I am going to do. But here are a few options:
- Start opening up Tasting Notes Radio to other Bloggers to post. There are a number of other excellent Wine Bloggers out there. If we combine into one blog we will be delivering information on a more regular basis. Personally I like this idea since it gets bloggers working together.
- Close down Tasting Notes Radio. Not something I want to do, but an option.
- Just keep publishing when I do have the time.
Again I have made no decision. However I am open to my friends and fellow bloggers out there for their advice.
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
This is, in my humble opinion, an amazing bourbon. Produced not far from Jack Daniels distillery in southern central Tennessee town of Kelso.
Prichard’s is known mainly for some fantastic sipping Rums that need to be drank on their own.
This fantastic bourbon has a slight peaty finish that reminds me of some excellent drinks out of Scotland.
This is a must have, not even try, bourbon for any fan of the drink.
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