I have come to understand that being an active blogger involves as much (if not more) time, reading and reacting to other people’s posts as it does writing your own. Stoneroad’s Blog is another source of interesting thinking in the BC/DR field. I was particularly interested in this article – “If done right, we should […]
… are we on the wrong track with pandemic planning?
Recently I attended a seminar on Pandemic Planning. The presenter was talking about all the standard approaches, and the need for organisations to ensure they have an adequate stockpile of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This started me thinking – we cannot sustain these approaches to this problem. Some example numbers Let’s say you want to […]
… getting started as a blogger
Just what the world needs – another blog! But getting started is harder than it sounds. Sure all you need is a piece of software and a computer and you are away. But there is no point in getting started at this unless you mean to carry on and add some value for other people. […]
Example Blog Post
Why Magnetic Headlines Are Crucial for Your Posts Welcome to Rainmaker. This is a sample post to get you started on your journey. Don’t forget that your headline is the most important aspect of writing a great post, and getting readers to read your opening paragraph. The first four to six sentences of your post […]
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