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3 Years Of Blogging!

As of today, it’s been 3 years since I launched this random blog that you have come to know as BigIsTheNewSmall.com. The name for this blog was inspired by Mr. Blogger himself Seth Godin and his book Small Is the New Big; I wonder if Seth will stop by and say Happy Birthday?  (Insert: Name Drop) I’ve shared some conversations w/ Seth and I love all of his books. Seth’s book Tribes was definitely a game changer for me.

BigIsTheNewSmall.com stats and Highlights:

  • 3,500+ Subscribers
  • Church Relevance’s Top 100 Bloggers
  • 16,000+ Unique Visitors last month
  • Great Conversations & Great Debates
  • Some amazing companies are now sponsors

The reason that I share the numbers above is to say, “Those numbers and milestones wouldn’t happen if it wasn’t for you… the faithful BigIstheNewSmall.com readers and blogging community. Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

I’m looking forward to all that God will do through this little blog with a BIG name in the upcoming years.  I have some projects coming up that I hope you will get excited about (Insert Tease: I can’t share them at this time). Seriously, God has given me a story to share and I can’t wait to share it.

Blogging Tips:

Be Consistent–  Be consistent with your content, whatever consistent means for you.  What would you read more- a good newspaper that came every day, or a great newspaper that you were never sure was coming?

Find Your Voice– Find your writing/blogging voice and not the voice of your favorite blogger. Who are you? and How are you gonna share your content specialization in the unique voice that God has given you?

Know Your Purpose- It’s important to write for the right reasons.  Write because you have something to share, to create discipline, because you enjoy doing it…  If you write for influence alone, it’s a tough hill to climb.  If you write for the right reasons, the readers and influence will follow.

Make It Worth Reading–  Remember “Content Is King!”

Don’t Give Up– Keep writing and don’t give up.

A Look Back:

What have been some of your favorite posts, comments and interactions on BigIsTheNewSmall.com?

A Look Ahead:

What types of posts and content would you like to see more of in the future?

Thanks again for reading and remember you can now subscribe via e-mail and RSS, the buttons are located in the header.

Two Is Better Than One!

2It has been 2 years since I launched this random blog that you have come to know as BigIsTheNewSmall.com.  The blog name and overall thought of blogging was inspired by Mr. Blogger himself Seth Godin and his book Small Is the New Big; I wonder if Seth will stop by and say Happy Birthday?  I have shared some e-mail conversation w/ Seth and I love all of his books; especially his newest book Tribes

I want to acknowledge that there would not be a BigIsTheNewSmall without you guys/gals reading… Thanks for reading!

Some Year Two Randomness:

We are expecting Big Things for BigIsTheNewSmall.com during this upcoming year.  My site is being re-designed from scratch as we speak, in addition to en entire logo/brand makeover… It’s going to be off the chizzain! 

Thanks again to the ridiculous number of new readers, the regulars, the silent readers and especially those who subscribe.  Thanks to all my co-bloggers; which are those of you who jump in the conversation via comments, that’s what truly makes a blogging community.  I would like to ask each of you to do me a small favor: Subscribe to my blog here and If you are on Twitter let your tweeps know about BigIsTheNewSmall.   

Thanks a million for reading… I’ve truly enjoyed these 2 years.  Remember: Two Is Better Than One!

A few questions:

  • What type of posts do you enjoy reading most at BigIsTheNewSmall?
  • What tagline would you create for BigIsTheNewSmall?
  • Share any other thoughts, memories, favorite posts or ideas to make this year even better. 

Today Is My Birthday!

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