To remedy this injustice, I decided it's time for some shameless self promotion: 30 days of self promotion. 30 days of writing, publicizing and
Do I have a plan? No. But I do have some rules:
- New blog post everyday. Every day for the next 30 days I will write a blog post on Losing the Internets. Will they all be good? No. Will they be well thought out? No. Will they use words that don't butcher the English language? I guarantee not.
- New promotion tactic everyday. National Share-a-Losing-the-Internets-Post Day; internet memes; guest posts; Facebook promotionals; give-aways. Perhaps a testimonial from Hall of Fame bowler Parker Bohn III! That one probably overreaches, but we'll have a good time.
- Running commentary on how we're doing. When looking on the interwebs on how to promote your blog, all I find is one crappy infographic that lists every social network site available and not much else. (See link.) I, on the other hand, will attempt to show scientifically the best ways to generate interest in your writing. And when I say scientific, I don't mean the scientific method that you learned in seventh grade. I mean that I will wear safety glasses, a lab coat, and rubber gloves -- and nothing else.
It has come to my attention that the Stretch Armstrong movie has been cancelled. My faith in Hollywood has been extinguished.
My editor also insists that I must wear pants while writing blog posts. Luckily my jeggings have just been cleaned.