My dear Loyal Visitor,
I believe it deserved it.
This blog has started as a hobby a year and a half ago. It took it six months before a first visitor arrived to it, and about nine months before it really kicked-off.
Today, there are about 160 daily web visitors, 70 subscribers to my Feedburner feed, and 60 subscribers to WordPress feed – all in all there are almost 300 hundred people reading this stuff every day.
For a narrow-niche blog, such as this, I believe I do fairly well.
What does the move to the new domain mean for you? Here’s my commitment to you:
- Starting from New Year, there will be a regular posting schedule. A new post will be here every Monday and every Thursday. There might be posts on other days as well, but two weekly posts is what you’ll get. Every week.
- I’ll intentionally blur the focus even more away from Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Other than continuing to evangelize the Sure Step implementation methodology, I’ll cover more generic ERP and SCM topics, as well as project management topics and implementation best practices.
- Over time, I’ll build a Microsoft Dynamics NAV Functionality Catalog, which will explain the wealth of things you can achieve with this ERP system. I believe this catalog will help you reach a decision about implementing it in your company.
- I’ll keep delivering an occasional NAV tips and tricks posts, functionality explanation, and a how-to article. I believe all this stuff will add a lot of value to all of you who want to learn about NAV, and if you are here because of NAV, there will be even more content from you (read bullet #1—more posts in general means more posts about NAV).
- I’ll try building a community out of this blog, get in touch with you, get you to share your opinion, experience, ideas on how to get the most value out of NAV and ERP implementations.
Thank you for reading this blog, I hope it was worth your time so far, and I promise to make it even more so in the future!