Since my first post on February 17, 2004, I’ve written more than 91,000 words on A New Marketing Commentator, but these are going to be some of my last words here for a while. Yes, it’s time to give this blog a rest — again. I’m sure I’ll be back soon, but I’ve decided it’s time for another break from the blogosphere, similar to the one I took earlier in this blog’s lifespan.
In the meantime, please don’t hesitate to check out my archives, especially the 2,700-word “10 Ways to Succeed in Social Media” and the 2,800-word “10 Ways to Succeed as a Copywriter,” two long series of blog posts I’ve bundled together and published as long, standalone articles.
Other relatively recent posts I’ve written that I’d like to single out include “The Importance of Character in Social Media,” “50 Reasons Why I Like Twitter” and “Retrospective: What I’ve Written about Social Media in the Last Year.”
Altogether, I’ve written over 200 posts here on this blog (218 to be exact) — on marketing, advertising, social media, fundraising, even the Boston Marathon — each of which I invite you to read at your convenience, if you haven’t read them already.
And while you’re at it, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. I may not be blogging for a while, but I have every intention of remaining very active in social media.
Thank you, as always, for your friendship, support and interest in what I have to say.
Photo of Bob Cargill by Kevin Harkins of Harkins PhotographyGoogle+