Mixing Up Posts Between Blogs

This is never pretty, but I did it twice yesterday – and left it overnight without noticing. I posted a Yankees blogger interview on Bad Boy Blog instead of YanksBlog.com. I posted Dolphins injury notes on MarianoRivera.com instead of PhinsBlog.com. What happens, predictably, is that all of my blog admin panels look the same (except for some being Nucleus CMS and some being WordPress) and I’m in one of them and just post without switching sites. Annoying, but it happens. Kind of embarassing, though. It doesn’t happen THAT much, though.

Patrick O'Keefe

Managing online communities since 2000, I publish a collective of websites known as the iFroggy Network. I wrote the book Managing Online Forums and, as a public speaker, have presented for organizations like CNN, institutions like Australian National University and conferences like SXSW. More about me.

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James Dasher

about 13 years ago

Have you thought of using something like Windows Live Writer for writing your blog posts? James

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Patrick

about 13 years ago

Probably crossed my mind here or there, yes.

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James Dasher

about 13 years ago

Lol, okay... :-) thought it might help with the organization... Take care, James

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Patrick

about 13 years ago

Well, I mean, I am aware that they exist. :) So, they've crossed my mind. Haven't seriously thought about using them. I don't know if it's an organization thing as much as just forgetting to switch sites once in a while.

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