Many months ago I received an E-mail from Roman asking if I would be interested in participating in a demonstration by a company called BuzzLogic. From the first day I saw the demonstration, I was interested because their idea offers the opportunity for bloggers and companies with a strong Internet presence to connect in sensible ways. In much the same way I provide a TBC (tri-blog community) page, BuzzLogic provides a means for shared exposure.
It also provides a means for directed marketing to be provided in a manner consistent with the goals of interested companies, while providing some amount of control to the blogger. This allows both groups to work together and share information. And by linking many bloggers together, each "BuzzRoll" allows viewers to related blogs the host site feels are worth visiting.
This week, Roman was able to launch a BuzzRoll on the B-Fit B-Day site. I am already on board with the goal of swimming, biking, and running on my birthday (or somewhere in the general year of my birthday) in pursuit of the gold medal challenge. That's swimming the first digit in my age as of December (4 miles), biking the total of my age (40 miles), and running the last digit in my age (10, since this is a "0" birthday). For the gold, this will be accomplished in one 24 hour period.
I will also be documenting on that journey and the rest of my triathlon experiences as part of the B-Fit B-Day BuzzRoll. For you, the reader, that means you will see a widget at the bottom of related posts. Discussions on the BuzzRoll can be accessed through that widget, and you can get to the main BuzzRoll at the main B-Fit B-Day site. We'll be "testing the waters" for the next few months, and if you have any feedback, let me know. I'm just learning, myself, and will be providing my own impressions. Your input will help with the process.
You can join this and other conversations at B-Fit B-Day.
Just who is this Iron Pol?
A former out of shape sailor, who became a marathoner, then a triathlete, Ironman, and ultramarathoner. Now, life has pushed me into short track speed skating. More important than the titles is the lifestyle, and sharing it with others.