As some of you know, I recently departed Dittus Communications and accepted a new position as Google's Washington, D.C. spokesman. I start next week and couldn't be more excited.
My new position will mean some changes for Potomac Flacks. This blog started as an outgrowth of my work at Dittus to help clients understand and participate in the blogosphere. It's developed a life and a following all its own, drawing an average of 400 visits a day. The response from readers has been extremely gratifying, and this site has turned into something of a gathering spot for communicators all around town.
But in order to give my new job the attention it deserves, I'm going to have to cut back on time spent blogging. For the time being at least, my hope is to post a few times a week (rather than my current pace of 3-5 new posts a day). That will mean less dogged tracking of every new D.C. flack personnel move, but I still hope to highlight the most interesting happenings from the Washington PR world, and as always, I invite readers to help by sharing tips.
Thanks for all your great feedback so far, and for making my initial foray into the blogosphere so much fun.