To do so, you must post. And I haven’t done so. Not in a long while. Month-and-a-half to be exact. But you know what, I don’t feel too bad about it.
Last week, I was in New York City attending a United Insight conference entitled “Contagious Marketing: the Science of Word-of-Mouth in the Age of Social Media.” One of the speakers was John Andrews, former head of Emerging Media at Walmart. He has a blog. And he hasn’t posted in about six months. So you see, a month-and-a-half ain’t half bad.
But seriously, it’s also not good. And I apologize. Especially since Carol Cohen, co-founder of iRelaunch.com recommended this blog as good summer reading. OK, plenty of old posts to read. But, I swear, there are new, relevant, and topical posts coming. I’ve got a whole list of ideas.
Next up — to Tweet or not to Tweet. Interesting insight from Ted Rubin, touted as the “top ranked chief marketing officer on Twitter” at last week’s conference. I was surprised with what he had to say. And I’ll share it in my next post.