Hello again everyone, welcome to This Week in The Pyramid! This week things are going to be a little different. There are big changes here, and I want to take the time to make sure you are in the know.
Before we go any further, please take some time to check out the Partners page. AP has several great partners, all working to grow the game of soccer at the lower levels, and more will be forthcoming. Check out their sites and lend them your support. Now, for your regularly scheduled program. Check it out.
First things first. American Pyramid is now it's own site! Wasn't it already, you ask? Kind of. I now own the domain name. This is now americanpyramidblog.com. This means I now have greater control of the site layout, and, hopefully, start offering discounted products of some kind to you to help take this site to another level. Which will be explained further in point three.
Second, serious props to Michael Taylor. As I'm sure you noticed, the logo on the site, and soon on Twitter and Facebook, has changed. That's Michael's doing. I'm proud to announce that Michael Taylor is the latest partner here at American Pyramid. He's done logo work for Oakland County FC, along with the Premier League of America. You can check out his Behance portfolio, along with his work on Dribble. Give him a shout if you need work done, and tell him AP sent you.
Third, after some great feedback from an interviewee, serious consideration is being given to making American Pyramid into a podcast. Now, to be clear, this is in consideration, not a guarantee. And if it does happen, the current format of long form, story like interview will not be changing. So if you're hoping this becomes another speculation type podcast, it's not going to happen.
Fourth, in an effort to make sure you don't miss out on content, I'm officially sharing my release schedule with you. All new interviews come out on Thursday mornings, and This Week In The Pyramid comes out on Friday mornings. Also, if you really want to make sure you don't miss out on anything, you can sign up for the Newsletter and get the interviews before everyone else.
Fifth, if you or anyone you know is looking to get their brand/product/service out there, have them reach out to me either over social media or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let's work together to make sure the lower levels get the attention they deserve!
Until next time, Stay Loyal, Support Local.
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