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James Hipkin

Love the numbers in the headlines :-) and thanks for the call out.

Sonia Simone

Of course!

I like this headline, it makes me feel happy. Tomatoes always put me in a good mood.

James Hipkin

You are drawing out my inner cook. Among others, I have a recipe for gazpacho, that I got when we lived in Spain, that will make you crazy.

Sonia Simone

Figure out how to tie it into marketing and you can do it as a guest post! :)

Hell, we're heading into gazpacho weather, the marketing angle is optional . . .

Dawid

Cool Post Love it.

Nadine Touzet

Great. Thanks.

Loraleigh Vance

Thank you, Sonia, for an info packed post. A newbie like me can use all the help I can get.

I must also thank you for length of your posts. Maybe I'm getting ADD or something but I find it's a breath of fresh air to see a post I can digest at a reasonable rate.

Not that I'm a slow reader (or thinker) but time is of the essense, no?

Janice Cartier

Chocked full of treasures here. Thanks. Now my mouth wants fresh REAL tomatoes to go with all those simple and very useful gems.

Sonia's cooking in the kitchen with Julia...love it.

lawrence berezin

Dear Sonia,

Great recipe. You made your ideas stick. Thanks for the resources, especially "Beyond Bullet Points". Are you familiar with "Presentation Zen" by Garr Reynolds? If so, what do you think?


Janice Cartier

Thanks Sonia to you and James. Used Thread of Steel idea. Marvelous touchstone.

Sonia Simone

Lawrence, I did pick up Presentation Zen and I like it, but I didn't find it *useful*. To use the analogy of this post, Beyond Bullet Points is more of a recipe. I want to reread PZ, though, because I think he's making some important points and the book is genuinely beautiful. (And how many PowerPoint books can you say that about?)

I love it, Janice! That makes me very happy to read.

Loraleigh, I have a hard time with longer blog posts as well. Our attention is just so divided.

oyunlar

Große Rezept. Sie haben Ihre Ideen bleiben. Vielen Dank für die Ressourcen, insbesondere "Beyond Bullet Points ". Sie oyun sind vertraut mit "Presentation Zen" von Garr Reynolds? Wenn ja, was denkst du?

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Hi Sonia,

I just found you recently ( through Copyblogger) and have, in a very short time, become a raving fan! You are one of the most entertaining, imaginative,inspirational, lively, down-to-earth, real, informative and just darned helpful writers on marketing that I have ever come across.

You always make me smile (and often laugh out loud), a quality that goes on the very top of my list of what makes a great writer.

You certainly deserve to get lots of attention and tons more raving fans!

Best of luck with your new venture.

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thanks nice post,and thanks sharing!!!!

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