…only to find he’s got comments disabled.
It’s happened three or four times now and it’s frustrating as hell every time. Perhaps it’s deliberate – if you can’t comment then you might be more likely to post about it and then link (as I’m doing here) to him, but if that’s the case it’s a crummy strategy.
For someone who constantly pitches going the extra mile and paying attention to the details I have to admit it’s surprising. It’s clear the blog is a marketing tool for him, and I’m fine with that because it still delivers valuable information – but right now I walk away with the impression that he’s more interested in talking at me then talking with me – not a warm, fuzzy, positive brand experience.
So come on Seth, lets move beyond the 1.0 “Talking At” methods of marketing – let’s have a conversation on your blog and build community around your ideas & observations.