The year is about to run away and pass the baton to 2015. Naturally, around this time every year people start reflecting on the days passed and what they have achieved. Some do that openly on their blogs or social network profiles. I decided to make no exception and write a little about what you have found most interesting in my blogging about digital marketing and the Internet.
“Infographic of the Day” is a tumblr-based blog I have been maintaining for more than 3 years now. Every day I am trying to offer a new visualization of data that I find interesting, compelling or simply useful to have a look at. As of today it features 1216 infographics and 432 followers.
User experience is important, but so is the effort the blogger puts into his personal space while sharing knowledge, emotions and opinions. Keeping the user on your website and giving him the opportunity to stay focused and read more than just one post is not an easy thing. And this is why I wanted to segment my points of sharing by topics (Digital, Photography and Bulgarian posts) in three separate pages. I think that this approach to Information Architecture on my blog offers a better reading experience for my audience, new and returning visitor.
On April 29, 2013, a Nepolitkorektno blog post went viral within the Bulgarian community on Twitter and Facebook. Within the first hour of it being published it was read 3,000 times. In the following twelve hours it was read ten times more – 30,000. And this post ended the day by being read almost 40,000 times.
“Hi! My name is Borislav and I am a blogger” – No, this is not a greeting I use in my Blogger Anonymous meetings. It is a statement I make every time when I hit the button “Publish”.