When I launched Your Organizing Business, it was a standalone blog. A few years later, I incorporated it into my main website, OrganizedAssistant.com.
Since then, I’ve been pleased to make Your Organizing Business into a valuable resource for readers both inside and outside the organizing industry. The downside is that there’s so much content here that it’s overwhelming. Even I have trouble finding information here sometimes, and it’s my own blog!
What I’ve done
I’ve recently launched a new website at JanetBarclay.com to promote my Web Design and other services.
It’s also the home of my new Maximize Marketing Blog, where I’ll write about website and online marketing strategies.
What does this mean for Your Organizing Business?
I’m taking Your Organizing Business back to its roots!
By that I mean that once again it will focus 100% on professional organizers and productivity consultants – yay! Because of this, my Guest Blogging Guidelines now say that all guest posts must be specifically relevant to this audience.
Some of the existing content will be updated and republished, and some will be moved to my new blog.
What does this mean for organizing and productivity consultants?
It means more content that’s specific to you and your business!
It also means more chances for you to be featured as an expert. In addition to the Professional Organizers Blog Carnival and regular guest blogging opportunities, I’ll be starting a new series of Organizer Interviews in the near future. If you’re interested, please drop me a line!
Any other questions about these changes?
Please leave a comment and I’ll be happy to fill you in.