It Takes a Community

A client asked me yesterday if I had “come up with the answers” yet to a particularly thorny issue in their Bigstockphoto_group_of_people_13853
marketing. I told her that I was more concerned with “coming up with the questions” at this point. What to ask, who to ask, how to ask, when to ask, and why to ask are key for you if you want to get the “right answer.”

Which brings me to this blog and the community of people who read it. The readership has grown every week since I started it and I’m pleased with the number of emails I’ve gotten from many of you. Many of you are small or medium sized business owners. Some work for Fortune 500 companies. A surprising number are from the United Kingdom and Asia. And, quite a few of you are in sales or marketing. Which means you all have quite a bit in common. Now I’m hoping we can start a conversation between everyone here.

At the bottom of each posting is a comments button where you can click and comment, ask questions, rant, whatever you please. And, anyone can reply to your comment with their own. I’ll be happy to respond but I bet others will also respond. You don’t give up your privacy. You don’t have to use your real name. We don’t post your email address. You can even get advice for your own business just by asking – there are a lot of really sharp people in this community.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you. So is the rest of the community.

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