I have a classical music blog at the website blogiversity.org, where any one can volunteer to do a blog on any subject simply by joining the website and registering.
Blogiversity has blogs on a wide variety of topics, and I cover classical music for it. All aspects of it; famous composers and their works, great conductors and musicians, current events in the field,
music history, etc. Orchestral music, opera, chamber music, choral music etc, you name it.
My blog is geared toward people who don't knowmuch about classicla music but would like to learn more about it, and I try to debunk myths about it, such as the canard about classical music being stuffy, boring and elitist.
My blog is called simply "The Horn", and you can easily access it from the blogiversity home page .
That's interesting. I could probably do that but I've never thought about it. Who are your customers? Pastors? Authors?
Customers are mostly academic theologians and seminarians. Used to have a couple of large web sites that had large Q&A sections that we "ghost-wrote" the answers to for the site's main posters. Dropped them in 2010.