Before I get any more lost in tweaking, adjusting and fixing this and that, I thought I should get this post written and posted. 😀
After months of thinking, guessing, and second guessing, I am excited (and relieved) to announce the launch of ChurchMag 2.0.
How do you like it?
I anticipate there will be plenty of hiccups in the coming days while we get everything sorted out. If you notice any weirdness, be sure to let me know. 😀
The morning (here in Italy) has been full of Transmit, multiple tabs, devices and plenty of Google searches — but it has been awesome! A few weeks ago I emailed a highly-regarded ChurchMag advisor about my latest changes to the staging server version of ChurchMag 2.0. He told me he was too slammed to give me his full attention and dropped a heavy statement on me. He said,
“Trust yourself. I do.”
That’s when I decided we would launch after yesterday’s April Fools #EPIC day; besides, the 2.0 needed to be launched in plenty of time for Operation Awesome.
The future of ChurchMag 2.0 has just begun. We have more plans in the coming months and year — including reorganizing all 12,000+ blog posts to make sorting and searching easier. You can be sure the version number will be changing:
Finally, if you are a ChurchMag Authors Guild member or have ever guest posted for ChurchMag, be sure to update your bio info, so all the links are correct in your author bio:
So fancy. 🙂
Well, I better get back to reformatting upcoming blog posts, figuring out why the post date isn’t displaying, and using duct tape where it’s needed.