Seth Godin is (by far) one of my favorite bloggers in the blogosphere universe. In fact, my very first blog post was a book review on one of his books. However, this recommendation is not for his blog, as I am certain that y’all (that one’s for you southern readers…) already have Seth in your feed reader.
This recommendation is for a blog that I found while reading Mr. Godin’s posts. It is called: Church of the Consumer. I love reading blogs about marketing and consumer appreciation/experience that transcends all professions. So much information can be applied to real estate and there is infinite value in them there blogs. Here are a few posts that I recently enjoyed, to get you started:
- Your Marketing Budget is Too Big When … (!!)
- 5 Must Haves for a Thank You Note (I *heart* the handwritten note, BTW)
- PR is Useless
- This is Nirvana? ROTFLMAO!
- Eat Pray Love – as a WOM Model (#3)
So, go add this to your feed-reader Athol, (If you haven’t already…) and make it an A-List.
November 30, 2007 at 1:36 pm
If Seth (and only Seth) charged 5 bucks a month to read his blog, I’d pay it. Don’t go getting any big ideas, Seth.
And by the way, many of you know that our brother Aaron Anglin who was killed in a car accident in September, he was Seth’s biggest fan. In fact week Aaron died, I pretended not to know who Seth was just to hear from Aaron how great Seth was. As a pioneer marketer, Aaron knew well enough to seek out the best, and I affirmed Aaron that had found it, in Seth. As human beings go, Seth did his part to reach out to the Anglin family, and I can honestly say that behind Seth’s image is a fantastic human spirit. Hat Tip.
December 1, 2007 at 1:07 am
Thanks for the kind words about our blog : )
December 1, 2007 at 9:55 am
Hi Jackie – THANK YOU for stopping by! I am so happy that I found your blog – SO much great information that can transcend almost any profession!
February 21, 2008 at 2:23 pm
Mariana, I just checked out some of these posts. Thank you for highlighting this blog. I too love Seth and just finished reading The Dip. Can’t wait to peruse more posts on Church of the consumer.
February 22, 2008 at 10:07 am
Irina – The Church of the Consumer is in my feedreader. I love it!