Spring Cleaning, Online?

A bit of an odd question, I know, but why not? We throw away stuff we don’t need, clean up, and organize what’s left in our houses, right?

So why not with things like social media profiles, websites, and blogs?

It’s what I’ve been doing a little (or more like a lot) of, since there are over 100 posts here at Fiction and Copy Decoded, and the launch of a new segment tomorrow. Figured it was time.

I needed to make it easier for you all to go “subject shopping” depending on what you are looking for. I’ll have to fiddle with things some more, probably. Which is why some of you might see a lot more categories than before.

And I didn’t realize how much I’d written–100 posts, with an average of however many words per post (maybe 300?) is 30,000 words. Sounds interesting when you put it that way. And a few thousand more would be almost a short novel.

Today is also the first day of May, too. Soon, it’ll be June, and then we’ll be halfway through 2o14. Interesting, or maybe a bit scary, depending on how you think about it.

Have you ever tried to clean up your online profiles, website, or blog, and get things organized once you got things off the ground? Drop me a comment, and tell me how things went.

And make sure you stop by tomorrow, for the unveiling of the new segment that will give you a hand with your writing skill.

Until next time,



About Ty Mall

Thanks for stopping by. I've almost always been interested in writing, among other things. Along with discovering pop culture, I've uncovered a lot about the craft over the past 10 years. And whether you're a fiction writer or email copywriter, I'm here to pass on what I've found out. And have a ton of fun in the process.
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2 Responses to Spring Cleaning, Online?

  1. I not only do spring cleaning on my Facebook, I keep the trend going with fall summer and winter cleaning as well. I get rid of anyone who I wouldn’t have a conversation with if I saw them out in public, especially if I actually never met them in the “real world”. Good luck!

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