Posted by: johnocunningham | November 7, 2017

Best Blog Posts in October: Referrals, Holiday Media, Networking, Emails and Questioning Authority

This is my 59th post in a series of monthly features that I have dubbed “Best of My Blog Roll.” The concept is simple – at the end of a month I peruse my own blog roll (see that column on the right) for material created by other bloggers that I think is most worthy of sharing with others, and then I report on it here.

Reviewing blog posts for the month of October 2017, I have chosen to highlight the following blog posts:

  1. A post about the emerging sophistication in networking referrals by Lindsay Griffiths on the “Zen and the Art of Legal Networking” blog. The post is entitled “Driving Collaboration: Beyond the Traditional Referral for Mid-sized Firms.”
  2. A timely post by Mandy Edwards on her ME Marketing Services blog entitled “Five Ingredients for a Successful Holiday Media Campaign.”
  3. A post by David Ackert on the Ackert Advisory blog entitled “The Key to Networking is Quality over Quantity.” This post features a link to a free download on targeted business development, which is designed to help lawyers focus their marketing energy and avoid random acts of marketing.
  4. A post by Ivana Taylor at DIY Marketers entitled “Six Things You Should Know About Email Marketing.
  5. A thought-provoking post by Bruce MacEwen on the Adam Smith blog simply entitled “Tenerife” after the location of the greatest commercial aviation disaster in history. The author looks at lessons learned from that accident about catastrophic failures caused by organizations that culturally stifle the act of asking questions of their leaders.

If you have a favorite blog or blog post, feel free to mention it to me. Happy reading !


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