Here's the story: Usedcarsalesman decided he wasn't having much fun flying solo.
And it also crossed his mind that his good readers probably didn't have a heck of a lot of patience for a dude who only posted when he felt like it -- you know, once a week or twice a month or once every two months.
Furthermore, he figured his readers would reasonably flock to something updated everyday (heck maybe even more than once a day).
But Usedcarsalesman knew he was only human; he new he couldn't sustain that kind of pace -- essay after essay, 7 days a week, an unrelenting flow of material produced without reprieve.
So, Usedcarsalesman said, "I think if you want to keep readers interested and coming back to a blog, then you have to team up with some other writers and work together to update the one blog on a regular, daily basis."
He floated this idea around within certain well-used forums and he also read certain blogs that already had adopted this team "modus operandi." Usedcarsalesman's group-blogging concept seemed like a good ideas to others also.
From all this came a group-blog which Usedcarsalesman started up with a partner of his. It is called, TheBloggersBulletin.org. The Bloggers' Bulletin focuses on the topic of blogging/social media and it currently has 45 Contributors.
Frankly, Usedcarsalesman has spent most of his time administering and editing The Bloggers' Bulletin lately. So his own house, the great "Usedcarsalesman.com," has fallen in to neglect, if not disrepair.
Will Usedcarsalesman find a way to come back and again "reside" at Usedcarsalesman.com on a regular basis?
He doesn't rule out some kind of part-time arrangement with Usedcarsalesman.com.
After all, If TheBloggersBulletin.org is his new blog of residence, then Usedcarsalesman.com might serve Usedcarsalesman as his vacation getaway, right?