Creating Focus

For some time now you may have noticed that the level of content I have been sharing is quite low. To be completely honest it is due to a lack of motivation on my part. I have found it difficult to pinpoint a subject and then to actually narrow it down to a suitable post length piece and to write it.

This is not to say that I have not been writing. I have written a number of fairly long articles, however, really posting them as posts would be unrealistic, they would more be a series of sorts. This though requires time to break down, which is again something I have not allocated beyond the writing. A lot of this time has been more so allocated to some planning and exploring options for the next 6 to 12 months.

What this planning has led to me realizing, is basically the separation between my blogs is unclear. I have multiple different blogs that the one post could be posted on. I also have to some extent overlapping content on one and another. What this could use is a little bit of a clearer focus. In other words, getting a more definite idea of what content can be found on which blog, and a minimal amount of overlap between blogs. This is really where this refined focus will begin.

In total I have five websites which will be covered by this clearer focus, and hopefully this change will help me to get more on topic with these sites. Meaning I can get more quality posts, out there for you to read. So here is the focus and the topics you will be able to find on which sites of mine.

www.BeSocial.com.au – This is the place where I will be sharing anything I find interesting in relation to Social Media, since I started this site that has been it’s focus, however I have in the past posted more then a little on this blog relating to social media.

www.BizCycle.com.au – Environment and Sustainability are fairly important topics at the moment, I do have some of my own views and this is where you will find them. Still a fairly small site, I am looking at some interesting topics to discuss in the neat future.

www.BusinessFinds.com – This is going to become the new home of any writing I do in regards to business topics. For some time this blog (www.joelbrown.id.au) has been partially that home. However I wanted to move the business subjects to another site and this is the perfect fit.

www.JoelBrown.com.au – In creating the .com.au version of my personal site I have been a little more deliberate in the range of the topics. The first topic I added here was about my Travels, which is going to be a primary focus of this site. The second topic I just recently added was Photography, which in many ways links in with my travels very tightly. I may look to add another one or two topics at most here, however they will be topics that are very much part of my life on going.

www.JoelBrown.id.au – Finally this blog. The focus here will be entirely on Personal Development, and personal challenges. While I will leave the content here that is here, I will be moving the focus. This is still quite a wide area to cover here. There will be a range of subtopics covered within personal development, however they will come up as they come up so following along on the blog will I expect be quite interesting, considering some of the ideas I have.

These are going to be five quite different sites, and while it may seem like quite a lot of variety, these are all topics of interest to me. Whether I was sharing on the blog or not I would still be reading and learning about this topics, so I may as well share what I learn and my perspective with everyone.

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I love the fact that you figured the website thing out 🙂 But aren’t all those blogs to many work, even for a full time selfemployed guy? 🙂 Are alle those websites your real real passion? 🙂

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