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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

#7 - Blogress (or Blog Progress)

In August 2010, we started this blog about gas analyzers. And with stunning irregularity we have maintained it.

However, using our keen eye for the obvious, we have noticed a bit of an uptick in social media activity around the web. So we are re-committing ourselves to posting information & ideas on this blog page. Someday we will actually have a reader.

Our posts up to this point have been product-announcement-type messages. We have introduced our syngas analyzers, landfill analysers, and our hydrogen analyzers using his venue. But these types of posts tend to be somewhat closer to advertisements often with very little in the way of personal touch. We hope to morph it now into something a bit more human and helpful.

The perennial problem with these blogs is how and where to start. It all goes back to primary school. How many times did you or a classmate whine, "I don't know what to write," in creative writing class?

To assist, we looked for ideas from those who blog about blogging. This guy had some good ideas:

The writer of this blog, Chris Brogan, encouraged his readers to freely make use of his list of suggestions. Everyone loves blatant plagiarism. So we are taking him at his word and plan to write on most of the topics as presented in his list.

We saw another blogger who faithfully posts new material on his site every Tuesday and Thursday at precisely 9:04am. Our track record at Nova generally precludes such diligence. But a loose goal of posting sometime every week seems doable. We'll try.

When not writing blogs, we design and build hydrogen analyzers, oxygen analyzers, and other instruments that analyze atmospheric gases.

Give Mike or Dave at Nova a call, or send us an e-mail.
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