I notice from the comment section on Stuart Bruce's blog that a new blogger has emerged from this month's CIPR Northern Conference.
Stuart ran a hugely popular workshop on blogging and social media and it seems at least one person has taken the call to action and started blogging (always a good sign of a successful workshop).
The new blogger can be found at Adopted Northerner, but has chosen to remain anonymous.
While I am always glad to see someone new entering the blogosphere one of the most fundamental pieces of advice I would give is: avoid being anonymous!
I appreciate there may be reasons for anonymity but the beauty of the internet and blogging is the need for transparency, and this includes being open and honest about who you are and what you do.
There are some notable anonymous blogs: ...the world's leading...; Guido Fawkes; Strumpette - but taking a lead from Richard Bailey I haven't linked to their sites.
I was going to post this in AN's comment section, but ironically I have to have a Blogger Profile to post comments. Why is that? Because Blogger "...doesn't allow anonymous comments."
Welcome to the blogosphere and keep up the good work... just be as open as possible!