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March 15, 2013 by musehick

So, I am kind of retro-fitting the idea of Twenty Twenty as a time-based target and revising it to make it a production target. I aim to have every currently existing website that I own up to twenty entries. When this is complete I will start Ten Ten and that will add ten extra entries in – this will bring about conclusion of a whole swathe of poetry book sites I am working on designed to be 30 poems long. Once Ten Ten is complete  I will embark on Twenty Twenty Phase Two where I add a further twenty entries to every site, and those sites designed to cap off at fifty entries will be concluded. The aims of this project are to bring me to a point where I can shut down a fair number of these sites and start operating from a centralised base, and it will allow me to consolidate the traffic I have dispersed across the various sites.

I want to get my work out to as many people as possible, and while the scattershot approach has paid dividends, I want a more concerted push with everything not so tangentially linked that you have to go trawling across the internet to find my work. This also gives me completed books in the bag, which is also a nice thing.



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