Regaining Focus

As much as I try to convince myself that I want to centralize my content here at KingdomGeek, the task has proven quite the challenge. Facebook & Twitter have spoiled me with the ease at which I can post whatever’s on my mind. And the more niché sites such as Youtube & Flickr provide all the tools needed to make hosting media anywhere else seem silly.

I’m not alone, though. Maybe micro-blogging (i.e., brief content/media updates via social media) doesn’t matter. Perhaps it’s all one big sycophantic echo chamber. (Although, I can’t help but wonder how different the blogosphere at large is.)

Perhaps the hooks they have in me are illusory, and I should be biting the bullet, posting my content on my Web space.

Might as well. It can’t hurt. And besides, this place hasn’t been lively enough lately.

3 thoughts on “Regaining Focus”

  1. Rick, not all is as it appears to be. While it is true that there aren’t a lot of people commenting on your posts, that doesn’t mean your blog isn’t lively. You do realize that you are getting more than 5000 hits a day, right? That is very good!

  2. I meant it hasn’t been lively enough for my part. All my best thoughts end up as Facebook statuses, eventually buried on a profile that I ultimately have little control over maintaining into the future.

    And according to my own stats, I’m only getting around 150 unique visitors a day. Five thousand seems a tad inflated!

  3. You can always compile a list of your best thoughts on one page for your readers to access. When you get a chance, go to my site and click on Christian Quotes in the sidebar to see what I mean.

    By the way, I got the figure from

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