There was a time when I was writing quite a bit of tutorials and help articles on technical issues, but when I fully got into SEO I stopped doing that work to focus on Marketing. I’ll be honest though while I enjoyed working in SEO I was never as good at it, as I am in WIndows Servers and Infrastructure. That is why I never really did any public discussions of what I was doing, I was always worried that there would be someone higher up the SEO food chain that would disagree and I didn’t ever feel confident enough to deal with that.
For the last 2.5 years I have been back in a Network Engineer role, and I am truly happier doing this work, and I am much more confident in everything that I put forward. Because of this I am going to start getting back into being more public with work I do. While I do a considerable more amount of Windows Server(some Linux) and Infrastructure, I am also focusing more on Cloud (Azure/AWS) work as the future of data centers are shifting. A lot of my tech certifications lapsed while I was doing SEO work, so Ill be working to get those back. I also will be spending time on the Technet/MSDN forums helping others, which in turn expands my learning greatly by giving me a wider breadth of issues to troubleshoot/learn from, the others on those forums are a wealth of knowledge and even if I cant answer I routinely follow other threads just to learn myself.
While I doubt this post will get much attention or fanfare, you HAVE to start somewhere, even if it is starting over from ground zero. A lot of my older content is on Windows Server Training, Ill be migrating those posts over to here and redirecting that site. Back when I first started working that site, I was using it more for affiliate sales to a few vendors, but that model no longer applies and I would rather have the articles all under my brand.
I hope you find my new content helpful and feel free to reach out or interact at any point!