As marketers, we're asked to lead, but we're never put in charge. So our ideas frequently die a horrible death. Which leads to all sorts of psychotherapy.
This piece (my first post ever) explains why this happens, and one method I've found to deal with it (that doesn't involved hallucinogens).
I'm pretty ruthless when I qualify potential clients. Yesterday, in a rant-filled haze, I wrote a list of phrases that, if you're gonna say them, mean I won't work with you. Sorry. Love ya. But we won't get along.
My name is Leanne, and I work for Google+. I was going over your articles, and they're really interesting reads! On that note, I wanted to let you know that G+ has recently released a feature called Collections. With this feature, you can easily organize your posted material to make it look more attractive, and gain followers for those specific Collections. I think this would work out really well for you, and anyone with a G+ account can create multiple Collections. Would you be interested in creating one?
- Portent InteractiveInternet Marketer, presentChairman and Principal Consultant
And, in case that wasn't enough, father of 2.
- UC San Diego
- UCLA Law School
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