Five in the Morning 102408

Find and expand your niche, says Lewis Green. Warning: Do NOT read this post when you’re hungry. Seriously! Don’t do it! OK, I warned you… (*see picture below of what I had for lunch after reading it).

Jill Konrath on what a Joe the Plumber approach to marketing means for us.

How to use your web influence wisely, a great list from Joanna Young.

Cheryl Smith on Zappo’s “culturefit” interview process. Very interesting.

Why produce an e-newsletter as well as a blog? Problogger shares 8 reasons. #4 is particularly important. For my pharma consulting work/blogging/self-promotion, the e-newsletter is absolutely central…

PLUS: Ever wondered about the names for those various facial hair arrangements? Be  in the dark no more! The Swiss Miss links us to The Expanded Beard Type Chart!

BONUS Photo: The best “Missing” sign you’ll see this week!

*Sausage and Pepper grinder, thanks to Lewis Green:


About Steve Woodruff
Steve Woodruff is a blogger, a Connection Agent, and a consultant in the pharma/healthcare industry. He specializes in helping people and companies make mutually beneficial connections.

4 Responses to Five in the Morning 102408

  1. Joanna Young says:

    Hi Steve, thanks for picking up and mentioning that post


  2. Cheryl Smith says:

    Sorry – I didn’t obey the instructions. I read while hungry. Fortunately, grinders don’t suit the breakfast menu.

    Nice blend of posts to start off Friday. Thanks for the love! I’m humbled to be included with the likes of Joanna and Darren. Thanks also for pointing me to two new blogs: Lewis & Jill.

    Who knew there was so much to learn about beards? 🙂 Happy Friday!

  3. Lewis Green says:

    Thanks Steve. Great pix and a great discovery for me: Five in the morning.

  4. doug meacham says:

    I didn’t read LGs post yet. I took one look at that sandwich and remembered i haven’t had anything to eat today. Priorities — #1: Food; #2: the 5 in the morning posts

    Thanks again for this series. One of the best things about social media is sharing insights. They don’t have to be your own to be of value to the community.

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