My relationship with blogging has reached the next level. I talked a while back about this blog being almost the longest relationship I’ve ever had. We had a talk, my blog and I, and we decided that it deserved its own domain name, that it had been far too long living with Typepad’s name.
Off we went to GoDaddy and registered www.semanticallydriven.com.
If you have eagle eyes and you’re visiting my actual blog (not the feed) you might notice this as part of the URL.
Therefore we now prefer not be known as http://www.semanticallydriven.com (although you’ll still find us there). We are now http://www.semanticallydriven.com/.
Everything SHOULD work as normal because my content is still on Typepad but it’s just got a different URL as part of the address now. I’ve done something called mapping my new domain name to my existing blog.
If you do have me in your blogroll you can update the address – that would be great. If you don’t then you’ll still find my blog and any links kicking around will still work.
If you visit me via a feed reader then that’s all still the same – you should notice no difference.
There are others to be told like Technorati and that’s just tipping the edge of the iceberg.
I’m not quite sure what I should do now. Perhaps I should have a party, crack open a bottle of champagne?
Have you participated in the All Women Blogging Carnival this week? Also I’m offering one person a chance at getting a new webblog banner.
Should I update the link in the latest post that I have to you?
Oh – and the good news is you are still the same.
I love the name of your blog. Very creative!