I'm planning to start a new blog that would talk about marketing... new media marketing, predominantly, to be honest.
However, I'm no marketing expert. I've been a formal student of marketing... did my graduation (bachelor's) and MBA in marketing. I have 8+ years of work experience in the role of a marketing professional (have done sales too at the start of my career), but I'm no marketing expert.
In fact, on the blog, I plan to project myself as a student of marketing who curates some of the coolest stuff from the marketing world. So, I won't have much advice that I can give first-hand or even case studies that I have experimented with. That's what experts do, and I'm not that... yet.
Having said that, I also want to monetise the blog in more than one ways. I'll figure that part out.
What I'm concerned about is how seriously people will take me and my blog given my not-an-expert status?
I'll obviously do my best to share information and resources that people find useful and actionable. I have no worries on where I'll get content and content ideas from either.
So, I'm just writing here to get a feel of how my blog would be perceived by the target readers - marketing professionals, digital/new-media marketing professionals, to be specific.
I would appreciate your thoughts, whether positive or otherwise.
Thanks a lot (in anticipation)...