Blow Out The Candles

05/19/2007

1095 days = 3 years = the number of days that Diva Marketing (Blog)Diva_birthday has been part of the exciting social media marketing conversation.

Little did I know when the I tenuously hit the publish button on May 19, 2004 it would be the beginning of an adventure that would ..
>bring a new passion into my life
>change the direction of my business
>provide opportunities to make new friends from all corners of the globe
>bring me a coast-to-coast tour of the U.S. of A
>and even bring a bit of fame in terms of being quoted in many main stream media pubs and highlighted in the best seller book on blogs - Naked Conversations by Shel Israel and Robert Scoble. Still waiting for the fortune part to kick-in. (wink)

In their book, Shel and Robert ended our "conversation" with the remark -

"In our vision, blogging changes marketing more than marketing changes blogging."

In the three years I've been involved in business blogging I believe that Both have occurred.

Marketing is morphing into a more conversational, customer-focused discipline. While at the same time blogging is becoming more strategic with a focus on supporting business outcomes. - Toby Diva Marketing

Yes, I do believe you can have an authentic, honest, transparent conversation using social media tactics and be accountable to goals and objectives.

Thanks to Merrill Dubrow, CEO blogger from M/A/R/C, a BBF and a BBBF (before BBF), for the gift of our interview.

Please help me blow out the candles of Diva Marketing's virtual cupcake Birthday_cupcake and make a wish for the continued evolution of this emerging industry.  From the bottom of my heart, thanks to You for joining me in the conversations of this exciting new world. Looking forward to what is next in our adventure.

Update: Diva Marketing shares May Blog Birthday celebrations with BBFs CK, CK's Blog, Jody DeVere of Ask Patty and Josh Hallett, Hyku. Any other May Blog Bebes?

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