Me on the web today
Martin Payne has very kindly published my online branding paper at Pool, writing a very nice introduction to the piece at the site:
When use of the Web started to become commonplace, many claimed that it would never be possible to build brands on-line and that traditional marketing tools will still be required. Others including the Pool editor disagreed with this view. Since then, many brands have been established using on-line media only and have become larger than off-line rivals. Jack Yan’s article notes the way in which the on-line medium can be used to build brands in a different way.
It was also a delight—since the 19th is my birthday—to have spotted my blogging story at Toby Bloomberg’s Blogger Stories (he also publishes The Diva Marketing Blog). While I believe in social media, I admit I was a blog sceptic for a long time. Toby leads with that, and then allows me to tell my blogging story in my own words, and how I did not believe the community was there in the blogosphere till recently. I hope you enjoy them. Posted by Jack Yan, 18:57
Jack - Hope it was a wonderful birthday! I enjoyed reading your story and I for one am glad that you had a sip or two of the kool-aid and decided to launch the Persuader Blog!
Thank you, Toby! I got lucky with this blog—if it wasn’t for that early press coverage, I might have been discouraged back in February. (And it was a nice birthday, thank you!)Post a Comment
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