Speaking of Precision is a knowledge preservation and thought
leadership blog covering the precision machining industry, its
materials and services. With over 36 years of hands on experience in
steelmaking, manufacturing, quality, and management, Miles Free (Milo)
Director of Industry Research and Technology at PMPA helps answer
"How?" "With what?" and occasionally "Really?"
can give you 271,574 reasons why you probably ought to make it a priority.
for the moire pattern, but how about those views?)
is the number of views to posts for the blog at PMPASpeakingofprecision.com all time since we went live in the
summer of 2010.
You are missing
hundreds of thousands of opportunities to connect with people who are looking
for what you can provide if you don't blog about how you can help them.
240,000 potential viewers get to see our blog name and title 3 times a week on
the various linked groups to which I and my colleague belong. We post our blog
to our linked in groups each day if it is appropriate to that group.
if the group members don't click through, just seeing the title of the
post and our blog name raises our visibilty and gets our idea (the
could be doing this too.
it's a commitment. Anything worth doing requires a commitment. But the numbers
show that we have had a lot of interest
in what we have chosen to post.
to be precise.
could generate similar interest, I'm sure.
here's a gentle post from my mentor and friend, John Sonnhalter, to help
you see that this "Blog Thing" is doable- and worthwhile.
Insights covers the business to business and business to
tradesman market sectors.
we try to publish three posts a week. We don't seem to have a
problem finding original content to write about- if you count publishing
standard industry information or lessons we've learned along the way as
the proof is in the pudding, as my grandmother used to say, and 271, 574 servings say our pudding is worth
is in the pudding!)
bet yours is too.
If 271,574 views isn't good enough, how about having over 100 items show up on
Google page 1?
to talk about this further? Leave a comment and we'll connect.
Pudding courtesy of Stephanie Meyer at Fresh
Tart Blog. thanks Stephanie!