It’s So Easy To Go Off Track

It’s been many months since my last post on this blog. It’s amazing how easy it is to get out of the habit of posting, and once you’ve lost that habit, a blog can easily fall into a state of neglect.

So this post represents me getting back on track.

Last summer I started a new day-job and it had a profound effect on my day-to-day routine, and that’s the problem. Once your routine is broken, some tasks get overlooked or forgotten.
The job is great though. Working on accounting software is a big departure from the sonar systems I worked on previously, but I’m learning some great new programming skills.

As you’ll see from previous posts, I am learning to play guitar. I’m still not that good yet, but I do practice as often as I can – at least every day – even if it’s just a five-minute run through one song.

My two young sons are now attending stage school on Saturday mornings and loving it. We’re all looking forward to them appearing as Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz in July.

I have just begin to resume development of my software product, Simple Software Maker, which I hope to release within the next few days. Version 1.0 will be free in exchange for a Tweet about it – using this great new tool, G.I.F.T. (Get It For Tweeting).
GIFT was created by my good friend, Dan Blackburn. I reckon it’s going to become a major marketing tool. If you have a giveaway product, or want to offer discount vouchers, why not Give It For Tweeting? Your customers get the gift, while you get the publicity as word gets sent to your customers’ Twitter followers.

So if you would like to get a free copy of Simple Software Maker 1.0, keep your eyes peeled for the GIFT button which will appear on this blog over the next week or so.

April 6, 2013 · Phil Rogers · No Comments
Posted in: General, Online Marketing

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