So here it is, without warning, the last post on Social Media Philanthropy.
For 3 years now (since I started True Voice Media) I’ve tried to figure out how this blog fits.
Trying to maintain this blog AND the company blog (in addition to all of my other sites and properties) is proving to be too much.
In the early days where there weren’t as many clients, the pipeline was empty-ish, and there was less going on, I could maintain both, but now, it’s simply not possible.
I started this blog in 2008 without a real clue of what I was doing and along the way I found my voice. 525 posts later, it’s time to say goodbye.
So what’s next?
Don’t worry, I’m not retiring from blogging, nor is this content going away. Here’s what to expect:
- Social Media Philanthropy is going to get a redesign aimed at making the archives easier to browse.
- The podcast has a new home on True Voice Media.
- Blogging activities are also moving to True Voice Media.
- Some posts will be moved over to the True Voice Media blog and redirected from here.
- Social media sites for True Voice Media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, will all be left up but will cease to distribute new content from Social Media Philanthropy.
What’s next for you?
All subscribers will be ported over to the True Voice Media Mailing list automatically so technically you don’t have to do a thing except sit back, relax, and keep enjoying the free content.
If for some reason you decide you want to unsubscribe, it will be super simple to do. We promise to only be a little hurt.
A Sincere Thank You
Thanks to all of you that have read this blog.
It’s not always easy to keep up, but your comments, shares, and support made it all worth it.