This is the third time I’ve started a Texo blog. The first blog was launched the same week I started Texo in 2005. I hoped to attract thousands of clients, by winning them over and convincing them to sign up with my witty prose and thoughtful ponderings. I ran out of things to say after about five posts.
My second attempt at a blog was a year or so after Texo had launched and was fast turning into a successful little webhost. I wanted to “be open” and “communicate” with my clients. My clients weren’t as open or communicative and after my first few weeks of blogging had elicited not even one comment, I threw my toys out the cot hands in the air and decided that perhaps blogging wasn’t something I should spend any more time on.
The fact that I had stupidly accidentally deleted the blog’s database during a site redesign made the decision really easy.
Here goes attempt number three.