Monthly Archives: June 2013
I’m coming up on my 1-year anniversary with PGi. Time flies when you’re having fun. Looking back at the year, I think I have accomplished a lot. We launched a new corporate website (www.pgi.com) and made some significant improvements to our online marketing program. Our metrics are improving on a weekly basis. Most importantly, I brought on some great new team members who are going to help get us to where we… Read More
I have two daughters, ages 5 and 2. It’s really great being a Dad. Tiring, but great. I look at my single friends who are able to go out any night they want; who never get woken up in the middle of the night; who can just pick up and go anywhere on a moment’s notice. And I think, wow, what the heck did I get myself into? But, then my… Read More
Originally posted on David Cummings on Startups:
One of the more popular questions I get is “How do you write a blog post everyday?” I think the “why” question is more interesting, but the “how” comes up more often. Here’s my routine: Keep a list of possible topics on my iPhone (I usually add 1-2 topics per day) Major news or announcements immediately become top priority (like Salesforce.com buying ExactTarget/Pardot) Review the…
__ My friends at Forrester Research invited me to a dinner last Tuesday night featuring James McQuivey, Ph.D., the author of the book Digital Disruption. The event was held at Southern Art restaurant in Buckhead. Since I work at the Terminus building right down the street, this was super convenient for me. Plus, I’ve been wanting to try Southern Art since it opened. I’ve heard great things about their buttermilk fried chicken…. Read More
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