Today is an important day for timnash.co.uk. If you’re not reading this today (Monday, in case you were wondering), perhaps it’s just another day. Today, I stopped offering consulting services on the site. In truth, I stopped probably a year ago. I just forgot to tell myself.
As the Technical Director at Coding Futures, I now have a day, night and weekend job, which simply takes the majority of my time. I wouldn’t change it for the world, but sadly, the blog has been the neglected child. That needs to change, so I’ve made some changes.
First, even though it’s been up a month: SURPRISE! The blog has had a theme makeover with the help of my friend Kat Neville, who designed the theme nearly 2 years ago. I just finally got around to getting it up and going.
Secondly, while I was offering consultancy through the site, I was never comfortable having advertisements on it. With consultancy gone, I’m going to introduce some advertising. It will also give me a good excuse to play with adApe (ooo I can do product placement to) before it launches. If you’re interested in advertising on the site, please do get in touch.
As this is timnash.co.uk, advertising will be slightly different and experimental. Therefore, advertisers will have the ability to run mini retargetting campaigns on the site. If you are concerned about privacy, the good news is the retargetting will obey do-not-track headers. Over the next couple of months, expect new and interesting advertising experiments, which hopefully will be good exposure for advertisers and of interest to readers.
For me, the way to get back into blogging is to make timnash.co.uk exciting again (and force me to give it the time it deserves). I’m also interested in hearing what people want me to write about.
Here are some of the drafts I currently have. Which should I finish first?
- Long Landing Pages, Success a myth or a fact?
- Determining Connections within networks
- My Super Affiliates help me screw you!
- Who owns a site’s analytical data
- Digital Suppression a slippery slope to reputation management
- Identifying Users, no such thing as anonymous
- Expanding your retargetting methods
- Something completely different
Not all those posts will be published. Some are just a few words, while others almost finished. So, what appeals to you?
Remember, if your interested in advertising, take a look at what timnash.co.uk can offer.