First of all, thanks for reading, and/or following my exploits in whatever form they take. Hopefully you’ll see me around the Internet or wherever even more in 2017, so be sure to say ‘hello!’
If you’ve been following this blog or my work for a while, you may have noticed that I try to do a yearly update post on results and goals. I think it’s healthy to reflect once in a while about where I’ve succeeded and failed, and what I actually want to do writing-wise next year. This year is a little different, as “creating content” is now my full-time job since March, so I certainly have an advantage over 2016 Jeremy. That being said, here is where I stand right now:
Per the last post like this, my goals were:
- 4000 Total Followers on Twitter: I’m nowhere near this, at 1982 on my main @JeremySCook handle, and 915 on @DIYTripods (which isn’t really that active). 2897 isn’t bad, though nowhere near that goal. Still, it’s been a useful tool for contacting people and having them reach me, so I suppose that’s fine.
- Write for 7 Customers, at least 1 of which I haven’t written for before: I wrote for Atmel, Makezine, Wired UK, and Popular Science, which I’ve done work for before. Additionally,