Tag Archives: marketing

Professional Development Groups: a Thing of the Past?

I was recently part of a team tasked with marketing a huge professional development / networking event. The event wasn’t attended well and was probably our worst rated event, based on survey responses. We (thought) we did everything right. Great speakers. A great venue. We tied in a networking session followed by the actual presentation. […]

Social Media Part 3 – Boosting Positive Brand Image

Today summer officially ends. I’m sad since the northern half of the U.S. didn’t see much summer at all.  We had some amazing days, to be sure, but the whole “hot” part of summer never came ’round.  I can count on one hand the number of days I actually got to swim, attend barbecues or […]

Seth’s Blog: Who gets to decide what you want?

Sometime Seth hits the nail on the head.  This is one of those times. Take  a minute to read his post and let me know what you think.  Seth’s Blog: Who gets to decide what you want? Posted using ShareThis

Are we that stupid? Perhaps…

Here’s an interesting story I wanted to share, from marketing guru Seth Godin.  The timing is perfect, with us in the midst of a horrible presidential campaign season.  (Since when did it become Obama v. Palin?  Why don’t people ignore the truth?)  http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2008/09/spin.html This post hit hard because I can’t stand uneducated ignorance.  If you […]