That’s a really odd thing for me to talk about, right? I mean, I don’t write a business blog. I don’t even write a marketing blog. I write, well, a slice of my mind and heart blog. What would I have to say about marketing?
That’s a question that you’ll have to ask Drew McClellen and Gavin Heaton. Because I volunteered, I’m going to be one of the authors, one of the many authors of Age of Conversation 2.0.
1. Follow the link to see you you could be an author.
2. Follow the link to vote on the precise vague topic of the book. The three choices are
- Marketing Manifesto
- Why Don’t People Get It?
- My Marketing Tragedy (and what I learned)
Why am I interested?
Because I am about telling stories to help people understand more clearly the Story that we are living in. Because Jesus spent a significant amount of time telling stories, and then was the subject of four books in a row. Because marketing is telling a story clearly enough and consistently enough and simply enough and complexly enough that people want to be part of that story.
Or at least that’s my story.
Sign up. Be an author. Define it your way.
(Be part of the story of Age of Conversation 2.0)
Cool! I’ve volunteered to write for this one too.
But what do you mean – you’re not marketing? You do it every day 🙂
ah yes, joanna, i know. It’s just not the focus of my blog (the result however?).
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