When do you start writing again?

When do you start writing again?

For many years I used this site as an outlet. I blogged about everything. What movies I saw, what races I went to, what events I did, what my political thoughts might have been at the time. Then Twitter came along, and my blogging fell by the way side, not quickly, I still blogged a lot about different things, but I became more sporadic. I created many other websites, for cars, for DotNetNuke, for photography, for whatever. Those sites saw content get generated.

This site became a way for me to "link" to each of those sites. A sort of aggregation of my content across various platforms. 

Ultimately that's what this site became, just an aggregation. no real content of it's own, and my search presense has suffered greatly. This site used to generate a lot of traffic from search engines, people looking for DNN tutorials, people looking for 350z information, people looking for video game info, all found this place.

Nowadays that simply it's the case. My most trafficed site anymore is CollectorOfJack.com, which I love, (I need to get some fresh content on there). This site doesn't see much traffic, it has had a number of SEO issues that I've been working to address.

I've shuttered or redirected a number of my various websites, trying to consolidate into a more manageable level of content, things, stuff, etc.

So what's going to come of ChrisHammond.com? Well, in some ways it will still be an aggregate of other content, but ultimately it's time to revive. It's time to generate new content, new tutorials, new writing, new thoughts. 

So stay tuned, you'll see more here over the next few months as I work on my various hobbies and projects, and document them here as best I can.

A few projects in the works:

1) My smart mailbox

2) Various Artificial Intelligence projects and learnings

3) More DotNetNuke tutorials!

4) What else?

See you soon

- Chris Hammond


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Chris Hammond

Chris Hammond is a father, husband, leader, software developer, photographer and car guy. Chris focuses on the latest in technology including artificial intelligence (AI) and has spent decades becoming an expert in ASP.NET and DotNetNuke (DNN) development. You will find a variety of posts relating to those topics here on the website. For more information check out the about Chris Hammond page.

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