Archives for August 2005

Is ‘Email Communication’ Becoming an Oxymoron?

Rant alert! Someone reminded me this morning that one of the over-used (read ‘done to death’) tricks of internet marketers in the past twelve months or so that I’ve noticed, has been to send out emails indicating that one had made an error. These are readily identified by the subject heading which will say something […]

THB Insider – Issue 2, August 29, 2005

This is the second issue of Thinking Home Business Insider, or THB Insider for short. The first issue can be read here. In this issue, I focus on the idea of creating a Big Dream or Vision for a home based business. I’m a great believer in the idea that, as people in home based […]

My First Post for Business Blog Consulting

It was a pleasure and an honour to be invited to join some distinguished bloggers as a contributor to Rick E. Bruner’s Business Blog Consulting blog. What I’ve found is that the thought of posting something on someone else’s blog sets up a different mental process from that involved in posting to your own site. I suppose it’s […]

Marketing Higher Education

Having resolved to get up to speed with my Thinking Home Business Insider ezine, I’m here on Sunday afternoon working on the copy. I wanted to include an item, the subject of an email, which slipped past the spam catcher. Then I realised it probably had some words in it which might not slip past the spam traps […]

Blog Day 2005

Here’s a great initiative for promoting blogging internationally. Dreamt up by Nir Ofir, the concept is to have one day in the year dedicated to having bloggers from different countries and different areas of interest get to know one another. The date is 31 August, or as my American friends would write it, August 31. That […]