A few changes and news over here on CATS & DOGS
Well… “all new” might be a little bit exaggerated. Still, today’s post is important in order to tell you all about the changes that you will notice over the next days, weeks and months. After all, we are cleaning up things a little over here at CATS & DOGS to make this blog more interesting and structured.
But how come? First of all, the new data security rights made things a little more difficult for us over here. We had to implement a couple of changes to stay within the rights and that took a lot of time and sweat.
But we also had a lot of work in other places, lots of press trips, many Instagram coops and so the time that we normally would have needed for the blog, did move a little bit into the background. This is also how we lost track of posting in a regular fashion.
Furthermore, it is and always has been an important thing to post unique content on all our platforms. We are aiming to post different things on Instagram, Instastories and on the blog. And especially on the blog, you should have the chance to read more and further into a certain topic.
This was the reason why we decided that things needed to be cleaned up and become more structured. This is why we are implementing categories that will return every week. These categories should give you a better idea of when to expect what. This is what we have come up with for the future of our blog:
Mondays: “story”, a category where Max and I will talk about all the different things that interest us,
Sundays: a 2-week alternation of “Sunday thoughts” (a column) and “recepies” for your cooking inspiration.
In this way, we hope to give this blog a better structure and we hope that this will be a nice feature for you all as well.
After all, it would be too sad to see everyone only concentrate on Instagram and forget about all the amazing blogs that tell so many interesting and exciting stories, show beautiful editorials and give you such a good idea of the persons behind it. What do you think about this, anyway??
Photography: Max Bechmann