Feeling a Little Sorry for Myself

Sometimes (not often, but sometimes) I wish business wasn’t so good. Like this weekend.  Other commitments keep me from joining the gang at the BlogHer conference tomorrow.  It seems like everyone I’ve built a blogging relationship with is going to be there – Yvonne, Toby, Jory, Cathy… even Matt. Have a margarita for me, guys… […] Read more »


– Women are divas of DVR, recent study shows, with 48% making the decision to purchase and 55% claiming they know how to work the DVR better than their husbands… – Show me the money:  Industry survey says that 53% of those who prefer gambling online vs. in a casino are women… – My, what […] Read more »

Persona non Grata?

Just before I jumped on a plane to Burbank, I caught a Brand Autopsy post on the effect that the success of Ann Taylor Loft has had on its parent, Ann Taylor.  John Moore gives an excellent account of how Ann Taylor execs have had to rethink and redefine the Ann Taylor customer. Leave it […] Read more »

Forbes Picks WonderBranding

Forbes.com has just come out with their "Best of the Web 2005" edition, and I’m honored that WonderBranding has been included in a group of prestigous bloggers in the marketing category. P.S.  They’re right about the large type – since they wrote this review, I’ve changed the font type and size to be just a […] Read more »

Oh, the Possibilities

After addressing two terrific audiences in Orlando last week, we headed down to Melbourne Beach for a couple of days with family.  Since the hurricanes of last year, hotel space is at a premium; little Tuckaway Shores provided not only cozy oceanfront accomodation but also some much-needed personal inspiration. As luck would have it, it’s […] Read more »