A last-minute booking to sit in on first-year undergrads at UCA Farnham’s journalism course means I get to wade through a pile of blogs in a professional capacity – as opposed to my usual practice of wading through a pile of blogs for geeky fun.
The students are doing the online module, which means they are supposed to be learning about blogging. All the highbrow blogging-as-social-commentary stuff should have been covered, which means I get to look at the fun stuff like How to Build Your Audience.
Does life get any better?
Also, this means I may actually be able to carve out a tiny niche in the vast “bacon + cat” Google search rankings. Fame, fortune and 65,000 page visits beckon seductively…