The Official Website of Author L.A. Mitchell

When One Blogging Door Closes…

Link...old school blogged on... on the 21st day of November, 2014

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

Okay, so back in the days of heavy blogging (remember those? Before other social media swallowed blogging whole), my blogging friends were like family. We shared poems, triumphant (and not so triumphant) entrances into the publishing world, our lives, our environments, our art. Though I was an early entry into the Twittersphere, I’m just now warming up to the site (I know, right?), and I’m still holding out on not doing Facebook (despite the persistence of some of my marketing guru clients). I have stayed in contact with many Vortexers via Twitter and LinkedIn. Some have stopped blogging altogether. Some have kept the blog fires burning.

When I sit down at my laptop, I’m far, far more likely to be all business. Freelancer girl. This is my chair of productivity, which is why I needed to set up my social interactions through my phone. I downloaded three feed-reading apps, decided on one, and entered all my old blogging friends into it. My hope is that I won’t lose touch when I take down my old Blogger site for good this week.

I don’t blog as much as I used to, but I do recognize the power of a blog – even now. Posts from years ago helped me to secure one of my many awesome clients. He said he felt like he knew me when he hired me. I guess Fabio and Dean Butler jokes will do that. I won’t post as often as those heavy blogging days, but I hope you’ll subscribe or drag me into your reader so that we might keep in touch. Sign up for my newsletter. Find me on Twitter. Leave me a comment every so often. Keep blogging if it still rocks your world. It still rocks a tiny corner of mine.






2 responses to “When One Blogging Door Closes…”

  1. Vesper says:

    I miss those days… I guess everybody’s too busy now…
    Glad I’ve found you here again. 🙂

  2. LA Mitchell says:

    I’m so glad, too, Vesper. It seems like the very thing that brought us all together has left us too busy to stay connected. I’ll always pop over when I’m in the mood for poetry. You’re the best poet I know. 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *