Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Tonight, I take my final for my fall graduate course (it seemed as though this class would never end). If you are new to this site, I have been laboring to complete my MBA for several years now. I take about two courses a year, one in the fall and one in the spring. It's a snail pace, but I'm a working man in the business of finance. It's the best I can do.
With the end of my class tonight, I plan on refocusing my efforts to the blogging world and I could use input from my friends and readers. I'd like to share some of my plans and get your ideas as well.
What I plan on doing:
Focusing the content of New Conservative Generation
Left Coast Rebel, a great friend of mine and brilliant blogger, has suggested I focus my posts on public finance and economics with a twist of unashamed, conservative political analysis and commentary. If you want to interest readers, you need to differentiate. Given my experience, education and background, going content specific is a great angle for me and this site. I hope you will stop by often to read and comment on my posts regarding the money and economics involved in the politics and policy of the day. You may have noticed, that I have already started. Please let me know what you think.
Going Local in a Big Way
I live in Upstate NY, which means I live in the area of NY that is not NYC. As evidenced by the NY-23 election, the local races here will prove to be a key battle ground for 2010. There are about 4 or 5 upstate congressional seats held by Democrats in Republican strongholds and I plan on putting 110% into promoting local candidates with smart, level-headed ideas.
What are your thoughts?
I've long been thinking about starting other cooperative sites with other bloggers. However, I have not been able to bring anything to fruition. If you enjoy my writing, would like exclusive NCG content for your site, or just would like to engage in a side project, please shoot me an email.
Would you like to post your content?
I'm open to picking up your content as well, especially if you want to provide content relating to economics and finance (that's my proposed shtick). Please send me an email.
What do you like? What do you think should change? What would you like to see?
Thank you everyone for your input and support!
Posted by conservative generation at 9:07 AM