Blog Topic Challenge: A topic a day keeps Vero busy

Blog Topic ChallengeThis blog has always been fairly adhoc in terms of topics, with the only running threads being technology, marketing, customer service or personal family stuff.

As an experiment beginning on Monday, Jan 7th, I’ll write a post a day – every day including weekend – on a topic of my readers’ choice. Depending on the topic, I may write a short ten liner post, or go ahead and do some full-on research if it looks interesting (and, realistically, if I have the time), but my challenge will be to post on that given topic every day without fail.

It can range from topics I’ve already written about where you want to know more, topics you’d bet your hat I know nothing about, or questions about me. Serious, silly, techy, non-techy, it’s up to you.* I’m putting my blog in your hands for a month!

To some people, 31 posts in 31 days seems like nothing, but this will most likely include some research on bizarro topics if people I know read this blog are anything to go by. 😉

Make your suggestions for my first few posts in the comments for this post and I’ll begin the Blog Topic Challenge on Monday.

[* Please don’t make me write about rugby or cricket though, I just can’t understand those sports…]

9 thoughts on “Blog Topic Challenge: A topic a day keeps Vero busy

  1. Abul

    Interesting and challenging to say the least!

    I’m not sure if you want to or not, but here’s my choice being thrown into the hat;
    I’d like to hear your opinion on the Anime scene; you can research it and give me your opinion on it and perhaps the industry and the hottest Animes currently being watched?

    Not sure if you are an Anime fan, if you are good, if not it could be a new hobby?

    Abul.

  2. Terence Eden

    We hear a lot about cool new mobile services for young people – but what services are aiming to capture the “grey” pound (or dollar or Euro)?

    Most countries have a rapidly aging population, the older population generally has more disposable income, they also have more leisure time.

    So what can we do to capture the market?

  3. pa

    Salut Véro,

    Quelques titres qui pourraient t’intéresser:
    Firms of Endearment: How World-Class Companies Profit from Passion and Purpose by Rajendra Sisodia, David Wolfe and Jagdish Sheth (Wharton School Publishing)
    Beyond Buzz: The Next Generation of Word-of-Mouth Marketing by Lois Kelly (AMA-CON).
    No Man’s Land: What to Do When Your Company Is Too Big to Be Small but Too Small to Be Big by Doug Tatum (Potfolio).
    Do It Wrong Quickly: How the Web Changes the Old Marketing Rules by Mike Moran (IBM Press).
    Tirés de Best Business Books, Citizen, Jan 6, 2008.

    Francine

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