I’ve been working this blog for six and a half years now. (wow, 6 1/2 years? really?) And while it’s still technically alive with recent posts, I’ve noticed him limping. We all could use a make-over every now and again, but I think I need to go to the professionals to see if his true health is in danger.
“He’s coding!……. paddles charging……… CLEAR!” (*thump*)
In order to breathe new life into this tired little blog, I signed up for the 4-week Blog Triage class with Alyson Stanfield of ArtBizBlog.com and Cynthia Morris of OriginalImpulse.com .
Today’s assignment is to describe the people I want to visit and read my blog. There’s a wide range of folks that would include:
~ Art collectors (both my existing patrons and future collectors). Some have established collections, while others just beginning.
~ Fellow artists, active as well as those who appreciate seeing others’ work.
~ They’re from all over the world, but most in the U.S., with many in the Rocky Mountain area.
~ They are fairly computer savvy able to easily navigate through blogs, though there’s some who on-line searching is still new.
~ While they may be at home on a computer, Facebook/Pinterest/Twitter may not be their thing.
~ Many have some connection to horses (direct or indirect), dogs, and animals in general.
~ All have an appreciation for things with visual appeal.
~ And of course family and friends.
But most of all, I probably write for me. Tell you more about that in the next post.