I tend to write my blog posts at the end of the day, when I have something to write about – what I’ve accomplished that day, what I’m working on, etc.
But what’s really interesting to me right now is that a fair number of people seem to be reading this blog. I’ve got something like 227 hits just since I started this blog less than a month ago. That may not sound like a lot, but I’m doing very little to promote it.
My original intention was to both document the building of Hub Solution Designs as a company, and to record my thoughts on Master Data Management and Customer Data Integration – trends, the industry, different players in it, etc.
I’ve done mostly the former and very little of the latter so far, but I think that will change over time as the company-building stuff gets taken care of and my time frees up to share my thoughts on MDM and CDI.
Even though I’ve done this once before and know from experience what needs to be done to found a successful company, I’m finding a book called “Six-Week Start-Up” by Rhonda Abrams very helpful. It’s a very thorough checklist of things to do in order to establish a new company. You can find it on Amazon.com here.
Anyway, if you’re reading this, leave a comment – I would love to hear from you, find out what your reaction and feedback might be, and how I can make this blog more of a two-way dialogue than a one-way monologue.