It is a Catch-22. Polls consistently find that people choose email as their preferred method of being contacted and updated. The Same polls find that the highest source of irritation to online consumers is spam. This brings up the obvious question of the difference between an email and a spam.
A lot of people these days are so focused on marketing their businesses online that they tend to neglect the offline part. Sure, promoting online is much easier, gives us wider reach and most of the time, is cheaper as well. However, this doesn’t mean doing offline promotions is not worth it.
I mentioned many times in the past how I got started with blogging, and it was through blogging about basketball, particularly the NBA. Ideally it was my plan to blog about other areas of basketball like local basketball, European leagues, collegiate basketball, etc. however it was pretty obvious that I wouldn’t be able to keep [...]
When I started being aware of blogs, most of the blogs at the time were pretty much sporting a generic design. The simple blog layout was usually just a 2 column layout, a simple header, simple footer and dull colors. Of course I just followed the herd and had those design on my blogs. Now [...]
So what’s up? It’s been almost 3 months since I last posted here in this blog and the last two posts didn’t even seem like “real” posts from me. Overall, I just posted less than 40 posts for the past year and just 4 in the past 4 months. Oh yea! I’m sure you’ve heard [...]