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Sunday, March 19, 2006

I've had a few friends ask me about blogging lately. I've generally recommended it, especially if they're in an industry where contact with potential customers on a regular basis would be useful. For example, our friend David makes custom furniture. It's something that many people are inherently curious about. A blog would let people follow his construction process, and learn more about what goes into making a one of a kind item. There are some great examples online. If you're interested in what goes into make a custom tailored $4,000 suit, you can visit English Cut. How bout promoting a winery? Check out what Hugh is doing with Stormhoek.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who asked you about blogging recently? Five days after this post and none of us has made a comment? Clearly no one is really that curious about blogging. Generally, I think everyone agrees that the word "blog" has a naseauting effect. Not yours of course.

2:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

suddenly passed here!
is it a joke mjb?

3:25 AM  

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