I live in Coffs Harbour on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales in Australia and I love it here. I have been writing content, stories and editorials for Coffs Coast Marketing for several years now, helping to promote the Coffs Coast region – which is what the area around Coffs Harbour is called – to tourists and visitors.
But there are many things that are so lovely here that I just feel like sharing with more people. Not just visitors, but also people who have lived here a long time, or who have just moved here.
That’s why in January, I decided to start a blog about Coffs Harbour activities and fun things to do here, written mostly from personal experience and featuring my own photos. The URL of the website is www.thingstodoincoffsharbour.com.au
I announced the start of this new website/blog in my post of 7 January 2009 as part of my New Year’s Resolutions. Somehow I thought I would be able to manage writing several new posts per week, but unfortunately I simply don’t have the time for that. However, some of my favourite pastimes are up there already and I will keep trying to write and publish one new blog post each week.
Being a WordPress blog, it uses categories and tags so it’s easy to navigate and find topics of interest. So if you like walking, you just click on the word walk in the tag cloud on the right and you go to the page with all the stories that mention walks around Coffs Harbour.
Because the website is still very new, you can expect new stories to be added all the time. By subscribing to my RSS feed, you don’t have to keep coming back to check for new ideas for things to do in Coffs Harbour but you’ll be kept up to date via your RSS reader.
Blogs aren’t just for fun. They are really good examples of attractive websites with continually updated content and an easy to use Content Management System. Having a blog can work extremely well for your business!
If you’re interested in starting a blog but aren’t sure where to start, contact me via my Content Writer website and we can discuss how I can help you.