100 blogs in 100 days, day 51: Some Assembly Required

Filed as Uncategorized on October 26, 2005 10:57 pm

by Duncan

Day 51 of 100 blogs in 100 days, and today’s offering comes to us from Thom Singer

Blog: Some Assembly Required
About: “Some Assembly Required” is a fun look at the importance of building a professional network, marketing, sales skills, public relations and branding. Hosted by Thom Singer, a guy who just experimented with a blog…never expected readership, and is now hooked on sharing his opinions on a variety of marketing, networking and other business topics. I believe that the world is still a place where “people do business with people they know and like”. While the internet, cell phones. blogs and other technologies make it easier to communicate with people….nothing replaces the one on one relationship.”

So drop on by to Some Assembly Required and let Thom know what you think.

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  1. By Larry Bodine posted on October 27, 2005 at 4:15 pm
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    Let me add my kudos to Thom Singer’s blog. Thom writes a networking column for Professional Marketing magazine (which I edit). Thom is Irish, so he’s a great story teller. Plus he knows how to write within one printed page, a rarity.

    If you want to see more of Thom’s articles, see:
    First Impressions Are Forever
    http://www.pmforumna.org/pages/magazine.asp?Action=DrawArticle&ArticleID=183

    Networking is Not About Trading Business Cards Over Martinis
    http://www.pmforumna.org/pages/magazine.asp?Action=DrawArticle&ArticleID=114

    You’re Fired!
    http://www.pmforumna.org/pages/magazine.asp?Action=DrawArticle&ArticleID=89

    He and I just had a coffee together here in Chicago where I live, and he’s just as dynamic and charming as he is in print.

    Yours,
    Larry Bodine
    Professional Marketing Blog
    http:\\blog.larrybodine.com