seriously. how weird is it to think that being a nerd would actually increase your chances of being popular? in this situation, it’s ridiculously true. nerds run the web, which will eventually run the world. so there.
in this whole situation of trying to figure out the logistics of the company, i’m also trying to figure out the marketing of the company. hello? why do you think i’m blogging? i mean, yes, it has turned out to be a bit of a stress reliever, but it’s also managed to create some as well. the more ‘visible’ durtbagz is online, the better my chances of popping up at the top of google when you type in tote bags or hand bags or messenger bags. here’s my question: how do i become visible? i mean, blogging is obviously a part of it, but, people have to read the blog in order for it to do it’s job. how do i create excitement about my online journal of creating durtbagz? i’ve emailed my friends (BTW, if you are reading this, email me a one-word message: poop, we’ll see how many of you are really my friends. ha!), and that seems to be doing exactly nothing. maybe i’m not very interesting, but neither are IT nerds. there are just a lot of them and it seems like they all know each other. because they all blog and read each other’s blogs. do you see the irony?!?!? is there some group out there of late 20/early 30 somethings that are interested in seeing someone flail as they start a biz that could either be huge or a joke? or is everyone in this category too busy keeping up with ms. lohan? (hey, i’m know i’m on perezhilton.com every day). i’ll go to rehab, if that will increase my audience, i mean, are you kidding me? would you rather be sweating everyday for the next four months and trying to launch a company or hanging out in malibu, doing yoga, eating health food, and probably getting massages with multiple happy endings for the next 30 days? i vote malibu. can you do 60 day stints?
anyway, i’m not a computer nerd. and as it turns out, this is becoming a big problem.
i’m off to drink a few. any nerds out there willing to help me out, your next cold one is on me.