Been mixing up the blogroll, dredging up some past posts and just having a grand ole time slacking. So with like 19 months into this project here at spataillyrelevant.org, I thought I would review stuff I wrote before, which may be of interest. Sorta like my own personal patchwork plagiarism, this post is driven more by slackerdom.
As a business exits the hyper-local stage and expands beyond a region, not all geographies are created equal despite cliche’s such as “There is no bad patch, only bad sales people”. Alas, that just isn’t true. …
Spatially Relevant (SR), a Top 333,000 blog, is the leading Geography, Marketing, Product Management, Social Media and Live Music (GeoMaPMSMLM) blog. SR is seeing amazing flatness in our growth and seeking a little assistance in taking the SR experience to the next level.
In a reasonably unscientific manner I’ve noticed what I think might be an interesting/plausible relationship in how regionalization may impact blog content. Content development, presentation and geospatial references appear to vary based on where a blogger hails from….
Packaging up into value and down into customer acquisition with planned out year up sells are two themes I’ve been seeing in the marketplace…
The short story “Who’s cribbing” is about a new science fiction writer finds that all his submitted stories are being rejected because they are copies of those published by another writer in the 1930s and 1940s. He does not understand what is happening. When he finally gathers all his letters and rejection slips and tries to publish that, he is told that this, too, was the work of that other author
I mainly forgot each of these. Hopefully not a clutter in your reader.