You might have noticed I changed my blog structure … AGAIN. I actually love the concept of using the front page as a landing page. Hell, all the great sites have fantastic front pages but I have one problem.
I need to focus on creating amazing content for you first.
After all, that’s why you are here. To find the answers you are searching for. The problem is I don’t know what those answers are.
How to find the answers you are looking for
I know part of the answer to the problem is finding the problem you are searching an answer for. By creating content on different topics of interest to me, I should be able to figure out what you are looking for.
For example, you might be interested in accessible tourism and travel, or how to start blogging, or social media, or the amazing world of the Deaf culture.
But which ones are you interested in the most?
I have no clue at all.
I have to create content that you want to comment on. I have to create content that you want to share with your audience. I have to give you a reason to come here.
It was not until I came across something Brian Clark said that hit me. As a result, I ended up posting about it here.
Tell me your thoughts
Your feedback matters because you are using this site to find the information you are looking for. Without your feedback, I will continue to stumble blindly until you comment.