On this last day of 2008, I am caught between the natural pause to look back and my unbridled excitement about the future.
But first, I want to thank you. The readers of this blog are among the most engaged, caring, and smart as any I've found in the blogosphere. Thus far, you've left over 552 messages and you are likely among the almost 300 subscribers. You constantly challenge me to be at the top of my game, providing me with new insights and perspective.
The thing I am most thankful for in 2008 is you, the readers.
But I hope I've given something back as well. I have tried to respond to your questions and write posts you could really use in your own marketing efforts. And in that vein, I'd like to point out a few of OnlineMarketerBlog's 2008 posts you may have missed, or that you might want to peruse again.
As we end 2008 and look forward to a new year, I hope you will join me here as we move marketing forward, together. Enjoy!
- 5 copywriting lessons from AC/DC
- 13 marketing lessons from film noir
- 7 marketing tips from comic book superheroes
All About E-Books
- "Writing content in a web 2.0 world" e-book
- "Writing holiday donation emails" e-book
- 3 secrets for a successful e-book
- What is twitter? A beginner's guide
- 5 ways to succeed on StumbleUpon
- How to be an A-list blogger - study, study, study
Posts That Still Make Me Giggle
- You might be a marketing blogger if...
- Romancing the blogger by Mo'Luv
- Are you a goofus or gallant boss?
The 3 Most Read Posts of 2008:
- 5 new social media jobs you will fill in the next 5 years
- The end of email - celebrating the imminent demise
- I'm f*cking sick of the "ROI of web 2.0" debate
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