Johnnie Moore

Marketing = Facilitation

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

A propos my last three posts, may I restate my view that great marketing is about facilitating conversations, not talking loudly on someone else’s behalf? Thanks for listening.

(By the way, I’m writing this at 2.40am because I am totally jetlagged and my body clock is somewhere over northern Canada or Greenland at the moment).

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links for 2010-09-15

Go That Way Really Fast « Innovation Leadership Network "Atwood uses the clip as an analogy to make the point that you don’t have to release a perfect product first