“WE WANT MORE POSTS” — Anonymous comment. Thursday, February 15th, 2007.
First off, thank you. This type of comment, to me at least, says that what I’ve been doing with this blog for the past year or so is of interest to you, dear readers. And, while you may not always agree with thoughts, comments or opinions, you’ve taken the time to get involved in the discussion. For that, I say “thank you” to you.
Now, let’s see where we can go from here.
The offer is still open — if you’d like to contribute something to this blog, you’re welcome to do so.
If you’d like to show off some of the work that you’ve been doing, feel free to send it my way.
Also, here’s a thought for you — whenever the advertising/marketing industry as a whole goes through any large-scale changes (think the rise of interactive work in the mid- to late-nineties), those same changes seem to trickle down to the local level a couple of years later.
We’re now about two years into the rise of the Web 2.0 world, which, if history serves as a guide, means that it will start to impact the local agencies at any time, if it hasn’t already. Who is best positioned to take advantage of this? Will it have an impact on anyone’s business?
By the way, the title of this post is also the title of a song. Bonus points to anyone who can name the band. Even more points if you can do it without looking it up online.
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Kelly Reckless, looked it up online, ha so i don’t get even more points, but yes we want more posts by you!
Oh so close, but not quite right.
Reckless Kelly. Thanks You Tube.
No I think I was right, thanks tho.
Like I said, very very close.
The band’s name is “Reckless Kelly” not “Kelly Reckless”
I know — details, details…
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