The Editor of the SLP has a blog something she thinks is a blog.
It seems that Hannah had to be talked into doing it and certainly when she started it she wasn’t entirely sure about whether it was going to be worth the effort:
I realise that everyone else – and his dog, has a blog and now it’s my turn. Can’t say I am happy about it and can’t say I’m not. So we’ll leave it there.
But I think that Hannah’s missing some of the benefits that could be got from the efforts she’s making. The most obvious thing that she might consider is putting a few links into her posts, both to the SLP website and the stories she’s writing about, but more importantly to sites beyond the SLP.
She might also think about her blogroll and whether, by showing that she’s interested in what other bloggers are writing (if she is), she might encourage those of us in the blogging community in South London to participate in the conversation she’s trying to have with readers and the wider South London public.
That said its good to see that someone in her position is using the medium and that she’s listening to the feedback she’s getting from the site.