Anyways, the reason I like their blog so much is it’s always full of quick and simple small business marketing ideas you can use right now. It won MarketingSherpa’s "Best Blog on Small Business Marketing" award for 2006. If you haven’t already, bookmark it.
I’m going to look really stupid for saying this, but I never realized the author of that blog was promoting an upcoming book (duh!). I just went to the blog every morning, read his useful tips, and left. Frankly, I thought the book was already out there, and I somehow missed it. So one day I got an email to the effect of, "Okay, my book’s finally ready, hope you like it." What a nice surprise! See, ignorance really is bliss.
I’ve already pre-ordered my copy. I know if it’s half as useful as the blog, it’ll be worth its weight in gold. And I just read that the author, John Jantsch, used to work with Michael Gerber, author of The E-Myth (my all time favorite business book ever, and probably the only reason our business is still going strong after almost 7 years). On top of all this, I just noticed that MailChimp has been featured on the Duct Tape Marketing blog! Too cool.
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