Dear Contributors and Readers,
Blogging Painters is now celebrating its first anniversary. In that short time, the site has become a valuable and essential online resource for the painting industry. We couldn’t have done it without you and we are grateful and appreciative.
When we launched BP we hoped it would be a place for painters that were online and blogging about their business to share information and interact with other bloggers. Little did we know it would become so much more and so fast. It’s been a fast learning curve for all of us at Blogging Painters and our success has meant we are making some changes in the way we handle contributions and content on the site.
Our goal is to continue to provide paint contractors with useful and practical information and tools for their business as well as engage and interact with industry leaders from all segments.
Please read this page for our new contribution guidelines. It outlines our updated requirements for articles and postings to be considered for publication on BP.
Over the next few months we will be working our way through the archives of articles on BP to ensure they meet our new requirements for publication. If an article you have written has been removed because it does not meet our guidelines, we invite you to review and resubmit the article.
If you have any questions or wish to discuss any of our guidelines, please feel free to contact us.
6 thoughts on “It’s been a year for BP!”
Happy Birthday and Congrats!!!
Thank you for all your hard work and positive influence on the painting community.
Looking forward to continued growth and where you are going next!
Thanks Paul, sometimes I feel like the conductor of a band, we have a great group of “musicians”!
Wow, that went quick!
Congratulations to all who brought BP to life and all those that partake in forwarding articles for publication.
Happy Birthday to you, Happy Birthday to you…….
All the best.
Thanks Tim, it sure did, and has been a lot of fun, stay tuned for more!
Nice work Chris and congratulations! We have even higher expectations for you in year 2…
Thanks Scott, I look forward to the challenge! I think we have a great team in place and as more contractors realize the benefits of an online community and become active, we will continue to grow!